My Utopia #34: Paul Watson



We spoke with Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, at Cannes film festival.

About being labeled a terrorist, his encounter with a dying whale, the question if mankind will survive – and his personal utopia.

Thanks to Paul Watson, 3.14 Hotel, Cannes, G.A.N.G & everybody who helped making this possible.
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Paul Franklin Watson (born December 2, 1950) is a Canadian marine wildlife conservation and environmental activist. He founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, an anti-poaching and direct action group focused on marine conservation.

www.www.seashepherd.org
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Lemonaid is a social business from the heart of Hamburg. We produce the soft drinks Lemonaid and ChariTea. We support a humane and fair agriculture by using raw ingredients sourced from small-scale farming cooperatives all over the world. What’s more, a fixed amount per bottle sold goes directly towards supporting Lemonaid and ChariTea’s charitable social Projects. This is our contribution towards creating a better world.
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FilmFabrique Kollektiv is a network of film-makers based in Hamburg’s Gängeviertel, a quarter run by a collective and dedicated to social and cultural initiatives. Emerging from a protest against the planned demolition of the area, the Gängeviertel is now a defining part of Hamburg’s cultural landscape – and a thriving alternative form of urban development.
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Musik: Jahzzar – Room with a view

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