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Dr. Greg Stone is a globally celebrated oceanographer and conservationist. Learn more about preserving our oceans through The Sea Has Many Voices podcast.

The Sea Has Many Voices Dr. Greg Stone

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Dr. Greg Stone is a globally celebrated oceanographer and conservationist. Learn more about preserving our oceans through The Sea Has Many Voices podcast.

    [Season:3 Episode:16] Dr. Richard Sears - Founded Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS)

    [Season:3 Episode:16] Dr. Richard Sears - Founded Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS)

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    Dr. Richard Sears  -  founded Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS) in 1979 to study marine mammals in the St. Lawrence, with an emphasis on baleen whales. 

     Working with The Largest Mammal on Earth.  Dr. Richard Sears has spent a life time studying the largest mammal on earth, the Blue Whale. Our host Dr. Greg Stone met Richard as an undergraduate and the two have shared their passion for the ocean and its inhabitants for many years. Join us for a deep dive into the understanding of these magnificent creatures of the sea.    

    Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

    Follow Greg Stone!
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    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    [Season:3 Episode:15] Dr. Larry Madin & Dr. Randi Rotjan |“The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets!”

    [Season:3 Episode:15] Dr. Larry Madin & Dr. Randi Rotjan |“The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets!”

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    “The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets! ” Dr. Larry Madin and Dr. Randi Rotjan take us deep below the surface of the sea 1,000 meters (about 3,300 feet) to a realm known as the ocean's “twilight zone.” Sunlight is barely a glimmer, yet flashes of bioluminescence give us a clue that these waters teem with life.


    Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

    Follow Greg Stone!
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaHasManyVoices/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregstoneocean/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregstoneocean/

    • 1 hr 8 min
    [Season:3 Episode:14] Fabien Cousteau -- Aquanaut, Oceanographic Explorer.

    [Season:3 Episode:14] Fabien Cousteau -- Aquanaut, Oceanographic Explorer.

    Greg Stone spends time with aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, an old friend and dive partner, about his passion for the exploration of the undersea world. From his next underwater habitat Proteus to memories of his previous underwater immersion, Mission 31, Fabien engages us with his unique history being part of the Cousteau legacy. Join us with a candid and interesting conversation between two of the ocean’s biggest advocates.

    Join us on July 30, 2020 @ 5:30 PM EDT

    Take part in our interactive virtual event and learn all about our innovative Coral Reef Restoration Program and team fundraising campaign. Discover how we are creating new hope for a critical ecosystem by combining innovative technology and art with some of the oceans prominent influencers.

    Joining Fabien are special guests;
    Celia Gregory, The Marine Foundation
    Justin Muir, City Aquarium
    Jeremy McKane, Artist, Ocean Warrior, Explorer

    If you'd like to participate or share you can find more information here:

    https://www.fabiencousteauolc.org/ocean-connection-campaign

    • 50 min
    [Season:3 Episode:13] Paul de Gelder - “IMPROVISE… ADAPT... OVERCOME...”

    [Season:3 Episode:13] Paul de Gelder - “IMPROVISE… ADAPT... OVERCOME...”

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    Join us as Dr. Greg Stone sits down with Paul and share his amazing story of turning his tragic story of surviving a shark attack into a life of courage and inspiration for all of us. After he was attacked by a shark in February 2009. Paul lost two limbs, and his career as an elite navy clearance diver was flung into jeopardy. He fought through excruciating pain, smashing challenge after challenge, and amazing the medical staff with his will to succeed. His inspiring story takes ‘never say die’ to a whole new level.

    Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

    Follow Greg Stone!
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaHasManyVoices/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregstoneocean/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregstoneocean/

    • 24 min
    [Season:3 Episode:12] Paul de Gelder “IMPROVISE… ADAPT... OVERCOME...”

    [Season:3 Episode:12] Paul de Gelder “IMPROVISE… ADAPT... OVERCOME...”

    Please subscribe and click the notification bell for more conversations on preserving our ocean.

    Join us as Dr. Greg Stone sits down with Paul and share his amazing story of turning his tragic story of surviving a shark attack into a life of courage and inspiration for all of us. After he was attacked by a shark in February 2009. Paul lost two limbs, and his career as an elite navy clearance diver was flung into jeopardy. He fought through excruciating pain, smashing challenge after challenge, and amazing the medical staff with his will to succeed. His inspiring story takes ‘never say die’ to a whole new level.

    Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

    Follow Greg Stone!
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaHasManyVoices/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregstoneocean/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregstoneocean/

    • 16 min
    [Season:3 Episode:11] Darron Collins -“A College for Our Time ”

    [Season:3 Episode:11] Darron Collins -“A College for Our Time ”

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    A conversation with Dr. Darron Collins, the President of College of the Atlantic, the number one Environmental College in the US according to Princeton review and where the unique Degree in “Human Ecology” was born.

    Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

    Follow Greg Stone!
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaHasManyVoices/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregstoneocean/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregstoneocean/

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

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22 Ratings

22 Ratings

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Favorite ocean conservancy podcast out there!!

I really enjoy the range of people featured in this podcast, from activists and scientists to celebrities and people from different industries. It is interesting to hear their interdisciplinary approach to some of our time’s most pressing issues. Definitely recommend anyone even slightly interested in our oceans to listen to this!

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Without Blue there is no Green

What an awesome collective group. Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge and for putting all you do back into our beautiful world ! I believe because of people like you we will see a change for the best.

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