The Krill Is Gone
Climate, Economy, Energy, Initiatives, Waste • 3m 12s
THE KRILL IS GONE: shows us how burning fossil fuels is impacting the world’s fragile underwater ecosystems. 3 mins.
DIRECTOR: Jeffrey Bost
VOICEOVER TALENT: SpongeBob’s Tom Kenny and Jill Taley
Producer: Matt Briggs
Writer: Clark Taylor
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