I just finished watching the Netflix doc, Chasing Coral, that premiered last night. Has anyone else watched it yet? It's definitely worth sitting down and watching it. Very short description... It's about coral bleaching. I found it to be one of the best documentaries produced lately; in that it presents its information in a very straight forward manner. The producers did a good job setting up the foundation of their story by teaching the viewer just what is a coral and the reef; so those not like us can at least understand what this is about. The commentary is written so that the viewer isn't overwhelmed by copious amounts of data or language they wouldn't comprehend. They come at you with a direct approach and present their arguments with research and video evidence. There's no finger-pointing or accusations towards who's to blame; they do briefly mention those countries that are committing to clean energy. And, of course, there's an emotional storyline that makes this hard to ignore. After watching it, I felt like this was just the very beginning to (what I hope is) ongoing dialogue and presentations that address what is happening to the coral reefs. There's plenty of doom-and-gloom video footage, but there's also plenty of footage of beautiful reefs and its inhabitants. (I was somewhat distracted by the sometimes "Stranger Things"-like soundtrack playing during the film.) It would be perfect timing if Richard Vevers (or others involved) were to speak at MACNA 2017. If you've watched the documentary, please chime in with your thoughts.