53 min

Sylvia Earle — Living in Harmony with Our Ocean ShiftMakers

    • Personal Journals

Dr. Sylvia Earle is an internationally renowned marine biologist, aquanaut, conservationist, and author who has led over 100 underwater expeditions. In this rich conversation with host Marianne Schnall, Sylvia discusses her new book National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey about the power and significance of our planet's ocean from its fundamental importance in shaping our climate to how it supports a multitude of species, including humans. She shares what "hope spots" are and why they're vital (10:20), how respect for nature can help us find enduring alignment with our planet (24:46), and how the unprecedented access to knowledge that next generations have collectively empowers us towards better solutions (38:52).

Sylvia Earle photo copyright: Mission Blue.

Dr. Sylvia Earle is an internationally renowned marine biologist, aquanaut, conservationist, and author who has led over 100 underwater expeditions. In this rich conversation with host Marianne Schnall, Sylvia discusses her new book National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey about the power and significance of our planet's ocean from its fundamental importance in shaping our climate to how it supports a multitude of species, including humans. She shares what "hope spots" are and why they're vital (10:20), how respect for nature can help us find enduring alignment with our planet (24:46), and how the unprecedented access to knowledge that next generations have collectively empowers us towards better solutions (38:52).

Sylvia Earle photo copyright: Mission Blue.

53 min