Activism & Leadership

OCEANIC xLONDON: Oceans Conservation & Creativity

Talk with Lea D'Auriol, David Saddington, Laura Bridgeman, David Jones, Rory Moore

On Friday 30th June we are taking over The Hospital Club in Covent Garden for a dynamic evening exploring Ocean Conservation and Creativity, complete with a panel discussion , live music by Catty Pearson, and a DJ set and Pablo V.

Friday 30th June 2017, 5:30pm–9:00pm The Hospital Club, 24 Endell St, London WC2H 9HQ

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OCEANIC xLONDON: Oceans Conservation & Creativity

Oceanic Global and Advaya Initiative are coming together for an exciting collaboration in anticipation of Oceanic x Ibiza, on 20th July.


Our brilliant panelists include key figures from the worlds of Ocean Conservation and Activism: Lea d’Auriol (Oceanic Founder), David Jones (Plastic Oceans Foundation), David Saddington (Climate Change Communicator), Laura Bridgeman (Sonar) and Rory Moore (Blue Marine Foundation).

Throughout the evening there will also be an open Loft Lounge and screening room, where we are showing seminal Oceans documentaries including The End of the Line and Plastic Oceans.

See below for bios and schedule. We hope to see you there!

## SCHEDULE:

Oak Room
6.30pm Door open & arrivals

7.00pm Panel Discussion & Q&A on Oceans Conservation & Creativity
8.00pm Panel Ends
8.15pm Live Music: Catty Pearson
8.45pm DJ Set: Pablo V
12.00pm Event Ends

Loft Lounge
8.10pm Film Screenings start in the Loft Lounge
8.10pm Plastic Oceans
9.50pm The End of The Line

Friday 30th June 2017, 5:30pm–9:00pm The Hospital Club, 24 Endell St, London WC2H 9HQ

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Lea D'Auriol #

Lea is the founder of Oceanic, a non-profit that taps into universal passions of art, music and emerge tech to educate individuals on issues impacting our oceans and provide them with solutions for driving positive change.

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David Saddington #

Influencing UK & international policy, fronting a pioneering climate media campaign that reached over 3 million people and giving a TEDx talk at London’s O2 arena are just a few of David Saddington’s achievements as a climate change activist since experiencing a stark introduction to the impacts of climate change as a thirteen year old.

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Laura Bridgeman #

Laura’s career in environmental and animal activism is driven by life-long questions regarding humanity’s fraught relationship with “nature”.

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David Jones #

David is a technical and media diving specialist, and a professional underwater photographer. He joined Plastic Oceans in 2010 and is a font of knowledge on ocean plastic issues.

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Rory Moore #

Rory studied marine biology and coastal ecology at the University of Plymouth, focussing on marine pollution and tropical marine ecology. He went on to design and manage marine conservation projects, internationally.

Read Rory Moore’s profile