To mark World Oceans Day, the United Nations and Oceana present: Silent Fish,
by Andreas Loukakos & Thodoris Chondrogiannos.
In collaboration with: Ocean Week
The Mediterranean remains the most overfished sea on the planet, in the era of climate change. Traveling across the Mediterranean, the film captures the lives of fishermen who struggle to make ends meet and are at risk of becoming extinct.
How to Participate
The event involves an online screening of the film #SilentFish, followed by a panel discussion.
Step 1: Register for the event before 8 June by clicking here:
Once you have registered, you will automatically receive a Zoom link.
Step 2: At 7pm (CET) on 8 June, click on the Zoom link to join the event.
After a short introduction, the link to the film will be shared. After watching the film, join us for the discussion.
- Federico Gelmi – Fisherman in the film whose Associazione Pescatori di Pantelleria is a member of Low Impact Fishers of Europe (LIFE)
- Lefteris Arapakis – UNEP Young Champion of the Earth and founder of Enaleia
- Anne-Cécile Dragon – Science and policy officer, DG MARE, European Commission
- Nicolas Fournier – Campaign Director, Marine Protection at Oceana in Europe
- Miguel Bernal – Senior Fishery Officer, General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean – FAO
- Dimitris Fatouros – UN Regional Information Centre