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Actor Javier Bardem has advised Sky Information in an unique interview that extra firms ought to comply with its Ocean Rescue marketing campaign to attempt to minimize plastic air pollution within the sea.

The Spanish star, finest identified for his roles within the Bond film Skyfall and No Nation For Outdated Males, was talking from Port de Blanes within the north of Spain the place he had been out with early morning fishermen who had began sorting the plastic collected of their nets for recycling.

“I used to be there for an hour and we took out a lot plastic, solely in a single hour,” he stated.

“It was excellent to see how a lot dust you will discover right here with a web.”

Javier Bardem joined a Spanish fishing boat to see the size of air pollution

He added: “We’re creating a complete chaos within the ecological system, within the environmental system, within the oceans, within the sea and we’ve to concentrate on that.”

Bardem was within the space as an envoy for Chivas Enterprise, an annual competitors for start-up firms that use enterprise to deal with social or environmental challenges.

He noticed the work of a Spanish winner, utilizing the plastic collected by the fishermen to make designer sun shades.

Bardem described it as “fairly outstanding and galvanizing”.

“It offers you an thought of easy methods to proceed sooner or later within the sense that, slightly than screaming out and complaining, persons are doing issues with a purpose to change the sample, slightly than leaving that stuff on the backside of the ocean.”

Spanish fishermen
Spanish fishermen kind the plastic discovered of their nets for recycling

Requested whether or not different firms ought to comply with Sky’s Ocean Rescue marketing campaign to scale back single use plastic he stated: “That is the best way to go.

“Now we have to go to a second when everyone is getting concerned in defending this planet and plastic is likely one of the most necessary points proper now.”

Actor Javier Bardem and actress Penelope Cruz, wearing jewels by Atelier Swarovski Fine Jewelry, attends the photocall for 'Everybody Knows (Todos Lo Saben)' during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 9, 2018
Bardem is married to actress Penelope Cruz

Bardem, who’s married to actress Penelope Cruz, stated he tries to practise what he preaches at dwelling.

He says we’ve all grow to be “plastic junkies” and wish to alter.

“We’d like to concentrate on not being hooked on the plastic.

“Within the sense that while you go to a grocery store and you purchase a few apples, generally they provide you them in a field wrapped in 400 plastics.

“That is ridiculous. It is like, I do not need that. I do not need that bundle.

“I would like easy apples that I can weigh and put in a special, regular bag and never a plastic bag.

“Issues like that after all create a change, create an consciousness, and it creates an consciousness particularly for the long run generations and those who’re going to actually face a tough time with this.”

Plastic in Port de Blanes
Bardem was shocked on the extent of the air pollution in Port de Blanes

Bardem stated a current journey to Antarctica with Greenpeace opened his eyes to the true scale of plastic air pollution.

He went into the ocean in a submersible and was dismayed to find there was plastic even there.

“You’d by no means say that plastic would get there however sure it did.

“And if you end up in such a distant, lovely, virgin space and also you see that plastic, micro plastics, are there floating within the water then you definately perceive that the issue is large, it’s actually going so broad all around the world and that you need to do one thing about it for us to guard the oceans.

“And the oceans are such an necessary key, a really, crucial key, for local weather change, to guard us from local weather warming”.

Javier Bardem looking at plastic pollution in Antarctica
Bardem stated his eyes had been opened to the air pollution downside in Antarctica

He known as on governments to cease the reliance on single use plastic.

“It is about, as they are saying, the truth that in 2050 there could be extra plastic on the ocean than fish which appears like a science fiction film to me but it surely’s actual.”

Extra from Sky Ocean Rescue

As we speak on the quayside followers collect hoping to greet him. He definitely has people-pulling energy and he’s hoping he can use that superstar clout to get his message throughout.

:: Sky’s Ocean Rescue marketing campaign encourages individuals to scale back their single-use plastics. Yow will discover out extra in regards to the marketing campaign and easy methods to get entangled at www.skyoceanrescue.com


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