Sector Save the Ocean
"HOTCORN GREEN" powered by sector No limits
At the Auditorium Parco della Musica, in Rome, sector No limits and Hot Corn - digital magazine of cinema and TV series - presented HOTCORN GREEN: exclusive talk on the theme of "Cinema & Environment" with Neri marcorè and Donatella finocchiaro. Moderator: Andrea Morandi, director of Hot Corn. Among the guests attending the talk, the actors: Selene caramazza, Eleonora gaggero, raniero Monaco di lapio, Elia fongaro together with diletta Rossi - Director External Relations sector No limits and Rosario scandura - director of the film "The Lion Rock", winner of the HOTCORN GREEN 2019 award.The film, set in Sicily, touches the theme of environmental protection. On this occasion sector No limits presented an absolute preview of the project "Save the Ocean", a collection of watches made entirely of recycled plastic: case and buckle are produced with plastic from the oceans, while the Nato strap is made of PET.
The plastic present in the oceans is at the base of the pollution that contaminates the seas, leading each year to the death of hundreds of thousands of marine mammals. To reduce the pollution of the oceans and the resulting environmental impact, sector No limits - active for years in projects related to environmental sustainability - is engaged concretely in the use of recycled plastic (predominantly recovered from the oceans) and in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in production processes by 25%. The new sector “Save the Ocean”, the brand’s new watch collection will be unveiled for the Rome Film Festival and will be launched on the market for Spring-Summer 2020.