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"Such an informative well balanced film, so much work to be done. Amazing to see ideas and innovations abounding in Cornwall"
Susan Cousins
"Saw the film last night. An amazing project. Hope the roll out to schools gets going soon."
Sue Allen
"Brilliant first film so inspiring. It gives one hope for the future when so many human activities out there are destroying our fragile and precious planet."
Anthony Davies
"I'm pleased to support this really important initiative to get the message out, particularly to young people."
Chris Giles
"First class film. Brilliantly assembled. Messages come across loud and clear."
Andrew George

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Cornwall’s Climate Stories is a series of documentaries highlighting the impacts of climate change already being felt across our county, as well as the fantastic local businesses, researchers and community groups working hard to prepare us for the challenges coming our way.

Climate change is going to impact us in Cornwall in ways beyond just extreme weather and sea level rise. The films will focus on specific themes, from housing, transport and fishing to energy, health and farming, looking at how these will be affected in the future.

The series, being produced over the next three years, will also showcase some possible visions of a surprisingly different future - with beavers being used to re-engineer Cornish rivers and prevent flooding, hydrogen fuel being made from offshore wind power, cattle slurry turned into eco-diesel and our fields growing new crops like sunflowers and sweet potatoes.

We aim to screen the films at schools, colleges and community events the length and breadth of the county, as well as online, to instil a feeling of pride and motivation about how Cornwall’s natural resources and ingenuity could make us a great example for the rest of the UK to follow on the critical journey to a low carbon future.

If we’re to have a chance of staying within safe climate limits, then all of us will have to be on board. We’re passionate about doing our part to make that happen.

If you have a Cornish climate story you think we should be telling please let us know!

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Each of our30-minute documentaries takes around four months to complete and costs over £17,000. This includes the full production costs, community outreach and creation of educational materials.

We launched this project with a generous bequest from a private individual who cared deeply about nature and the environment.

We have also raised over £23,000 through a very successful Crowdfunder campaign with donations from over 260 wonderful individuals and businesses, as well as the Cornwall Council Carbon Neutral Fund, Digital Plymouth iMayflower Fund and Creative Cornwall Calling Fund.

We are also grateful for funding from LocalGiving's Magic Little Grants and the Postcode Local Trust to help us produce our first set of educational materials.

If you would like to help us to engage with communities and young people on this issue in Cornwall and beyond, please click below and donate. Thank you.


Plenty More Fish? is the second episode of Cornwall's Climate Stories. Presented by fisherman Ben Church, it looks at how climate change is already affecting the Cornish fishing industry in many ways, from the changing fish species entering our waters to the challenges of stormier weather – and even the possibility of crab and lobster shells dissolving as our waters become more acidic.

It also looks at positives such as inventive solutions to fight climate change while tackling Cornwall’s invasive oyster problem, and the possibilities for zero carbon fishing boats – and even some encouraging signs about future sustainability.