David talks story with Hawaii’s Nainoa Thompson, President of the Polynesian Voyaging Society and a master navigator who has sailed voyaging canoes across the Pacific and the world ocean using the ways and waves of his explorer ancestors.
Following a taste of our Ocean Climate webinar with Senator Jeff Merkeley (D-OR), David interviews 13-year-old Dakota Peebler (Heirs To Our Oceans), for her take on the state of the Ocean and chats with coral ecologist Dr. Nancy Knowlton on why she’s still optimistic.
A blast from the past from Davy Jones Locker (actually David’s radio archives) includes a report on coral bleaching in Fiji 20 years ago. Then don’t miss our talk with Serge Dedina, the famed Surfing Mayor of Imperial Beach and Executive Director of WILDCOAST.
Marching at the first Earth Day 50 years ago I saw signs reading ‘Mother Nature Bats Last.’ Who knew there’d be actual bats involved? Yes, destruction of nature and wildlife including bats has given us pandemics including COVID-19, also the climate emergency and extinction crisis. For an investigative history of the environmental backlash that’s delaying […]
We’re never socially distant from solutions – Hear from Mary Crowley, the mariner who’s removed tons of discarded fishing nets from the Ocean and reconnect with Vicki Nichols-Goldstein – who you heard in our pilot episode – founder of the Inland Ocean Coalition.