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Report: Al At the current rate of #globalWarming, 80 percent of the Maldives could become uninhabitable by 2050 as most of the land at one metre above sea level risks being submerged. The archipelago also faces another major problem: plastic pollution, which ends up on beaches and in the ocean, destroying the marine ecosystem. A regional correspondents report.
Client: French 24
Directed: Mathilde Cusin
Camera: Alban Alvarez
Location manager: Ismail Azmeel
Production support : Fixers in Maldives
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"Freek's wilde wereld" NPO Zapp, Dutch television
Broadcasted in November 2021
The most famous biologist in the Netherlands, Freek Vonk, travels the world and gives tips on how to survive in the most remote places in the world. The first destination will be the Maldives, where Freek will look for tiger sharks, manta rays and sea turtles in the coming weeks. “Still, I am here with mixed feelings. There is currently a negative travel advice and travel is discouraged as much as possible. On the other hand, we also want to make episodes of Freeks Wilde Wereld, so that we can, as always, be back on the tube in mid-December. ”
To limit the risks, Fixers in Maldives prepared for Freek’s team a "Covid19 bubble", with the use of private vehicles as much as possible, frequently testing and as few people as possible are involved in the recordings.
Freek: “As always, it will be hard work to make just as beautiful episodes as you have come to expect from us in recent years. Working really hard to portray my passion – nature and all wild animals – as beautifully and as smoothly as possible. ”