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Untrashing Djulpan: A Sea Shepherd Film

Monday, Aug 19, 2019

“Ŋilmurru bukmak djäka wäŋawu” - All of us together, looking after country. 

Untrashing Djulpan
About the Film

In 2018, Sea Shepherd joined forces with the Dhimurru indigenous rangers of North-East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory for a remote marine debris clean-up mission.

 

Djulpan is a remote beach, far from any town or city. It is a culturally significant place for the Yolngu people and an important nesting ground for turtles.

 

However, for the past decade, the Dhimurru rangers have been faced with an increasing tide of plastic pollution arriving on their coastline.

 

Together, the team's plan was to remove as much plastic from the beach as possible but what they uncovered was the sad reality of plastic pollution today.

 

This film tells their story.

WATCH AND SHARE the trailer for 'Untrashing Djulpan': a Sea Shepherd film. 

With marine plastic pollution having devastating consequences on oceans and coastlines around the world, Sea Shepherd Australia is shining the light on how this increasing environmental issue is affecting mainland Australia.

Untrashing Djulpan
Exmouth Screening

Date: Monday October 7th

 

Address: Froth Craft Brewery, 5 Kennedy St, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

 

Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

 

Entry by donation

 

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About our Marine Debris Campaign

Our Sea Shepherd Australia Marine Debris Campaign is committed to promoting and facilitating family-friendly coastal and river clean-up activities and inspiring the community, businesses and industry to take action in support of the protection and conservation of local marine environments. 

 

Since 2016, our passionate volunteers have removed over 2.6 million pieces of trash from polluting our oceans.   

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