Blue Heart: An Afternoon of Impact Producing

Join us at the London Wetland Centre for an afternoon of impact producing on Sunday 29th September. 

 We’re all set for another insightful event and panel discussion. This’ll include a screening of Patagonia’s documentary Blue Heart—this is part of our film festival at the end of September.

 Tickets are available now and start from £10. It begins at 2pm and will run until around 6pm. Here are some details on the environmentally-minded documentary: 

 “The Balkan Peninsula is home to the last wild rivers in Europe. However, a deluge of hydropower development threatens to destroy the culture and ecology of this forgotten region. If fierce local opposition fails, the last undammed watersheds on the continent will be corralled by more than 3,000 proposed hydropower dams and diversions—at a time when dams are being decommissioned throughout much of the developed world.”

 After the screening there’ll be an ecological panel discussion chaired by Jo Sawiciki of Cerescom.

Also adding to the debate will be Catherine Capon (an environmental social media influencer), Talia Wood (Extinction Revellion UK), Luke McMillan (Eco Film Festival), and other special guests.

The Wetland Centre is a reserve managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in the Barnes region of Richmond upon Thames.