DLV Limited is producing a documentary about the Aral Sea located in Central Asia, one of the world’s most catastrophic environmental issues. The narrative has two key pillars making it distinctly unique from other films exploring this subject: Firstly, in this documentary, we let the local people tell their story, themselves. Secondly, we focus on – and follow – ongoing efforts of innovation looking to make for a better future.
We truly believe in optimism as the engine to tackle climate change. Its contrary, negativism, leads to a feeling of fate and irreversibility, which generates spectatorship. This documentary wants to impulse public’s actions by raising awareness that many people are waking up every day to fight the environmental crisis and need to be joined for a sustainable future.
Our vision and approach are in total emphasis with Conservation Optimism. Media and people alert every day on the gravity of disasters and its consequences if no action is taken. We truly think that optimism is the key by shining the light on positive projects and inspiring people, which will lead to a large-scale impulse to change and take actions. Then, it is essential to learn, prevent disasters and improve our resilience. The more people hear about climate and optimism, the more they will have a positive mindset and the strength to empower the change.
We would be glad to join ConservationNOW and partnering with Conservation Optimism in order to give more visibility to the community, participate by writing blog articles and interact with other members to cooperate on various projects.
Barsa Kelmes meaning “The place of no return” in Kazakh and Karakalpak.
The Barsa Kelmes salt lake is the bottom of prehistoric Tethys Sea, described by some a salt reservoir.
During our @AralDiscovery tour, travellers can safely navigate with one of our expert drivers! https://t.co/DxIHppsA1G