83. A Conversation with the Ocean Queen - Dr. Sylvia Earle
What else is there to say? Today Jill is joined by Dr. Sylvia Earle in a conversation about the ocean, its health and what we can expect for its future! As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty
Legendary Oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle On A Lifelong Fight To Protect The Oceans
The Climate Pod
Dr. Sylvia Earle is the perfect guest for a deep dive into a very important conversation: ocean exploration and conservation. As a National Geographic Explorer At Large, Dr. Earle is an internationally renowned oceanographer and author of the forthcoming book National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey, Dubbed TIME Magazine’s first ‘Hero of the Planet,' Dr. Earle serves as President & Chairman of Mission Blue/The Sylvia Earle Alliance and was the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The Library of Congress called her a “Living Legend” and we couldn’t agree more. In this wide-ranging conversation, we find out what first made Dr. Earle fall in love in the ocean, why we need to rethink and reimagine our relationship with marine life, and what we stand to lose if we don't take the necessary steps to save the ocean. Check out The Climate Pod's YouTube Summary of the IPCC Report Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at email@example.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group. Check out our updated website! Further Reading/Listening: Dr. Sylvia Earle's profile in National Geographic
60. Sylvia Earle: Sea(ing) the Change, Diving Deep, and The Global Odyssey of our Oceans
So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist
Her Deepness, Dr. Sylvia Earle joins us on the show today. Sylvia is a marine biologist who has been deemed a Hero for the Planet and designated by the Library of Congress as a Living Legend. She has been a Nat Geo explorer since 1998, author of over a dozen books. Her TED talk has over 3m views. Sylvia led the first team of women living underwater, has thousands of research diving hours, and explored all over the world. She is also a personal hero of mine, and today's show is a true honor to be able to present to you. In today’s episode we chat about how Sylvia is a witness to the oceanic changes in her lifetime, why no child should be left dry, and how by looking in the mirror, we can save our oceans and our blue planet. Show Notes: marinebio.life/60Support the show (http://patreon.com/marinebiolife)
#13. My Octopus Teacher | Dr Sylvia Earle & Craig Foster
Elevate Season 1, 2 & 3
Join us for Elevate Season 2 Episode 1 in conversation with “Her Deepness” Dr Sylvia Earle and Oscar winning filmmaker Craig Foster, to hear how an unplanned friendship with an Octopus taught a free-diving filmmaker a new world of emotional ecology.
Dr. Sylvia Earle - Generating Hope for the Blue Planet
An in-depth exclusive with legendary oceanographer and Founder of Mission Blue, Dr. Sylvia Earle. Sylvia shares all about her pioneering adventures beneath the surface of the ocean, about Mission Blue’s global network of Hope Spots, as well as her fundamental thoughts on protecting the blue heart of the planet. To learn more about Sylvia and her work, visit missionblue.org and follow Mission Blue on social media @mission_blue. For a chance to be featured on Dive Stories visit padi.com/podcast. PADIⓇ - Seek Adventure. Save the Ocean™
En el programa mensual de hoy: Raquel nos cuenta cosas muy interesantes sobre el Iridio y lugares para encontrarlo en España. Fernanda nos habla de un Abelisauridae. El Niebla Antiqua. También nos comenta novedades sobre la extinción del Pérmico-Triásico. Puedes leer más en su blog Paleonerdish. Finalmente África nos describe quien es la bióloga marina Sylvia Earle. Grupo de Telegram: t.me/geocastawaypodcast Web: http://geocastaway.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/geocastaway Facebook: http://facebook.com/geocastaway Youtube: http://youtube.com/geocastaway Correo: firstname.lastname@example.org Tienda: https://shop.spreadshirt.es/geocastaway/
Episode 33 - Dr Sylvia Earle announces the Winner of The Ocean Impact Pitchfest 2020
The Ocean Impact Podcast
In this very special episode of The Ocean Impact Podcast Nick and Tim were honoured to speak with Her Deepness Dr Sylvia Earle to announce the Winner and Runners Up of The Ocean Impact Pitchfest 2020. In this podcast Tim, Nick and Sylvia are also joined by Director of Ocean Geographic Society Michael Aw and editorial contributor Alex Rose.In the podcast Sylvia shares a heartfelt keynote address on the critical importance of conserving the ocean and inspiring people across the globe to take action in whatever way they can to protect Planet Ocean. Sylvia also sends her warm appreciation to all applicants to Pitchfest 2020, encouraging those who didn't make it to the Top 12 to keep going and to apply again to future OIO Programs. For Nick and Tim this opportunity to speak with Dr Earle marks a milestone moment in the journey of OIO and a hugely valuable boost to their bold aspirations for the organisation. Tim and Nick would like to send a special thanks to Sheree Marris, Michael Aw and Alex Rose for arranging this opportunity. For more information on Sylvia Earle visit: www.mission-blue.org/For more information about Ocean Geographic Society visit: www.ogsociety.org/For the descriptions and pitch videos of the twelve Pitchfest Finalists visit: https://www.ocean-impact.org/blog/pitchfest-2020-finalists
Ridge to Reef: CLUBHOUSE EDITION Feat. Dr. Sylvia Earle
Ridge to Reef
In this episode we talk about submersibles! Dr. Sylvia Earle who is a pioneer on so many level (perhaps at the deepest level) talks to us about why we should go to the deep. What we have to understand when it comes to our life support system here on planet earth. This is an episode from the Impact Investment Group on Clubhouse. Special Thanks to Elise Bernal and Jacques-Philippe Piverger for bringing the crowd together!
59-Lagostas em perigo;O desmonte do Ibama e ICMBio; Aniversário de Sylvia Earle e mais...
Nesta segunda-feira, dia 31 de agosto, trazemos a celebração do aniversário de 85 anos de uma de nossas grandes inspirações e referências, a Dra. Sylvia Earle, e de nossos parceiros do WWF Brasil, que completam 24 anos de atividades no país. Além disso, falamos sobre um relatório da Oceana que aponta uma pressão sem precedentes às lagostas na região norte e nordeste do Brasil e uma pesquisa sobre os plásticos que vão para o fundo do mar. Tem também notícias sobre o desmatamento e incêndios na Amazônia e Pantanal; O desmonte no ICMBio e no Ibama; entre outras notícias socioambietais.