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The power of the ‘sweet spot in time’ generation

Read Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson's stunning article about the power of the sweet spot in time generation in African Diver.

Sylvia Earle And Filmmaker Enathi Mqoleli Sst

Sylvia Earle with SST filmmaker Enathi Mqoleli, credit to Sustainable Seas Trust

Sometimes, the desire to simply abstain from watching the news is overwhelming. Sometimes, it seems as though every aspect of modern society is drowning in a mire of hopeless negativity- proved by one more act of atrocious violence, one more case of political negligence, one more rhino slaughtered in a game park that was once the pride of the nation. Perhaps the most depressing issue of all is the state of the environment; each week, the media is flooded with new stories of melting ice caps, of animals driven to the brink of extinction, of pollution levels so high that the seas and atmosphere are choking. Our planet’s health often seems like a lost cause, and yet from out of this apparent darkness there comes a voice, offering a different perspective. This voice belongs to a woman who has spent six decades crusading for the salvation of the planet, a woman better placed than most to offer an authoritative opinion as to whether or not it is too late to right the wrongs humanity has inflicted on the environment. This woman is Dr. Sylvia Earle- a renowned oceanographer, marine scientist, explorer and conservationist who believes absolutely that all is not lost. READ MORE

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We need to respect and take care of our oceans as if our lives depended on it BECAUSE THEY DO ...

Sylvia Earle
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