YTL’s Climate Change Week is back for the 3rd year and is bringing usÂ 2 episodes of National Geographic Channel’s Strange Days on Planet Earth: Oceans. It will be screened at Pentas 2, The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) from 12 to 17 May. Edward Norton, the award-winning actor, director and environmental activist will be diving into the health of the world’s water system, chronicling the cyclinal causes and effects that are bubbling up from its depths.
Advocating environmental protection, promoting energy efficiency and contributing to sustainable development has been the passion of YTL Corporation. Climate Change Week is a project to educate Malaysians to act against global warming. Kudos!
TheÂ 2 episodes of Dangerous Catch and Dirty Secrets were shot around the world and follows a team of scientists to investigate the phenomena in fresh and sea water. Expect high-tech detective stories designedÂ to expose surprising links between environmental events around the world.
Be the first to catch it!
Malaysians can catch this seminal documentary for free by registering online and find out more about Climate Change Week 2009 at www.ytlcommunity.com/climatechange. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.