Cornish surf and environmentalist brand, Finisterre, has announced a date for their Sea7 activist camp. The online event aims to engage and connect communities with information on how we can protect the world’s oceans.
The Sea7 event will be streamed live from Finisterre’s clifftop workshop in St Agnes, Cornwall and will include talks from leading thinkers, scientists and activists. Key issues affecting the health of our seas, from climate change and plastic pollution to ocean recovery, as well as running a series of activist workshops giving you the tools you need to stand up for these issues will be discussed throughout the event.
The Sea7 event will take place one day before the G7 Summit in Cornwall. While the G7 summit plans to discuss global challenges such as coronavirus and climate change, Finisterre believes the health of our oceans must take priority. “We are all connected to the sea, even if we think we’re not; from coastal villages to landlocked cityscapes. Every river, every stream, every drop of rain from the sky is part of this complex and interwoven system. When we live in harmony with nature, we thrive. But if we continue to neglect and abuse it, our own future looks much less certain.”
The Finisterre Sea7 activist camp will be streaming live on Thursday 10th June 2021. You can sign up and find out more information on the event on the Finisterre Website.