If you missed our Writers for the Sea Authors Panel with Brian Skerry, Sylvia Earle, and Carl Safina, we’re offering the full panel discussion on this week’s podcast. Dive in with two famed scientist-authors and a renowned in-depth photographer talk about their latest books or those about to surface.
From using genetics to aid coral survival to processing whale DNA to track illegal slaughter, from toxic dolphins to the wonders of Monterey Bay, ocean scientist Dr. Steve Palumbi has been a leader in applying science to ocean solutions. Join us in conversation with this widely admired Stanford scientist and popular author. As a bonus […]
The search for a dolphin Sanctuary, cold turtle rescues (also seal pups), a coral nursery, a floating wetland in Baltimore harbor visited by eels, crabs and a muskrat, climate change education for millions, the COVID pandemic and environmental justice as key to our future. Our conversation with the National Aquarium’s President and CEO John Racanelli […]
David talks with Hawaii-based author and activist Stuart Coleman about his 30-year journey surfing and writing about ocean legends such as big wave surfer Eddie Aikau (“Eddie Would Go”). Also his decade long work leading Surfrider Hawaii in their many battles won to keep the ocean clean and safe from plastic pollution, toxic sunscreen and […]
Vicki and David talk with shark-protector, member of the Women’s Diving Hall of Fame and honored board member of Blue Frontier Wendy Benchley. Wendy shares some of her thoughts about ocean adventures she shared with her late husband, ‘Jaws’ author Peter Benchley (see pix) and the challenges and hopes for ocean conservation and ocean-climate action […]