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Sylvia Earle and Drew Richardson Encourage Dive Community to Be a Force for Good Photo

Sylvia Earle and Drew Richardson Encourage Dive Community to Be a Force for Good

The annual DEMA show wrapped up this past weekend in Orlando, Florida after several days. Famed oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle and Drew Richardson, CEO of PADI, held a press event at the show to talk about the importance of divers to conserve the oceans they know and love. Mission Blue and PADI formed a partnership earlier this year to encourage divers to be a force for change.

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Dr. Sylvia Earle interviewed by TIME for the new book FIRSTS Women Who are Changing the World Photo

Dr. Sylvia Earle interviewed by TIME for the new book FIRSTS Women Who are Changing the World

Dr. Sylvia Earle has been interviewed and featured in TIME magazine’s latest book FIRSTS Women Who are Changing the World. Earle is featured as the “Oceanographer” for her first of being the first woman to become chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The book has a chapter dedicated to Sylvia, but you can find a video about her here.

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Dr. Sylvia Earle interview with Elle magazine Photo

Dr. Sylvia Earle interview with Elle magazine

Elle magazine recently interviewed Dr. Sylvia Earle for their ongoing series of articles exploring the journeys of several Rolex ambassadors. Dr. Sylvia Earle, also known by her nickname Her Deepness, is an 81 year-old oceanographer on a mission to save the world. In this interview she speaks about her background, her passion for the ocean and her hope for the future of our world.

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Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue available on Netflix Photo

Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue available on Netflix

Dr Sylvia Earle’s biography and call to action, Mission Blue, has now been released on Netflix. The film traces Sylvia’s life of wonder and exploration, and her dedication to awakening the world to the need to give the ocean time and space to recover. The purpose of the film is to encourage people to act on the looming crisis that will, eventually, destroy the oceans and hence radically affect life on earth.

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