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brucepotter
Sat Feb 21 2009, 12:02PM
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Subject: Caribbean Climate Change Film now in High Definition on YouTube

Dear all,

Our award-winning film "Islands on the Edge - A Look at Climate Change in the Caribbean", which was recently broadcast throughout the English-speaking caribbean on CaribVision, is now on YouTube in both Standard and High Definition(!). The film is split into two parts as it exceeds the maximum video length allowed on YouTube.

To watch it in High Definition click on the link below and then select "watch in HD" at the bottom-right of the viewer. If your connection speed is less than 1Mb/sec, click on the link below and it will play automatically in Standard Definition or select "watch in HD"and wait for it to load - depending on where you are you may want to do this when you go for a coffee.

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2Z-t5U-NpA&feature=channel

Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XDpdMftd10&feature=channel

The Buccoo Reef Trust is currently working with partners on the production of further films for Caribbean television networks to promote greater public awareness of issues relevant to coastal communities, biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelyhoods. If you are interested in learning more about our non-profit film production unit or possibly getting involved in a project, please reply to this e-mail.

Please forward this message to help raise awareness of the Caribbean's vulnerability to climate change and the need for urgent action.

Best regards,

Owen

_________________________________

Dr Owen Day
Director, Buccoo Reef Trust
o.day@buccooreef.org
www.buccooreef.org
skype: owenday169

In Tobago:
Buccoo Reef Trust
Carnbe Junction, Carnbe
Tobago, West Indies
Tel: +1868 635 2000
Fax: +1868 639 7333

In England:
Purcombe Farmhouse
Whitchurch Canonicorum
Bridport, Dorset, UK
DT6 6RL
Tel: +44 (0)1297 489 699



Bruce Potter
Island Resources Foundation
35 Years of Environmental Programs for Small Islands

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