Harrison Ford Lends His Voice To The Ocean As Part Of An Conservation Campaign


Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature. This very true and resonating statement is part of the ‘Nature is Speaking’ campaign run by the non-profit organization Conservation International. As part of this campaign, the organization has enlisted some of Hollywood’s top talent such as Harrison Ford, Julia Roberts and Kevin Spacey, to work on a series of beautifully crafted videos. Each video aims to educate the world on the extent of the human races reliance on nature. In the videos, each of the actors personify a different environmental body, including Mother Nature, the ocean, the rainforest, water, the soil, the flower, the redwood and the coral reef.

Downloadable Posters — Nature Is Speaking

In the video below, Harrison Ford gives voice to the ocean, and makes some accurate yet haunting statements. “Humans, they’re not different. I don’t owe them a thing,” says the Ocean, voiced by Harrison Ford, CI’s vice chairman. “I give; they take. But I can always take back.

Since 1987, Conservation International’s central goal has been to save the human race through the care of nature. To do this they plan to educate the masses on issues concerning biodiversity, ecosystems and human well-being. Although the organizations board of directors includes a number of powerful and wealthy individuals, some of which are suspected to have profusely gained from corrupt methods, there are a greater number of conservationists and educators on the board, all of which likely have solely pure intentions.

On July 27, the short film ‘The Ocean’ won a Cannes Gold Lion award at the prestigious Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, making it the only U.S. film to win gold in 2015. The campaign is next scheduled to showcase at the Paris Climate talks this fall, after receiving an invitation from the UN Framework Convention of Climate Change. At the event, a new film in the series is set to debut.

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