Sylvia Earle Ocean Conservation Award Sizzle
One World One Ocean Sponsors the Ocean Conservation Award in the MY HERO International Film Festival with a 500.00 prize!
Our Oceans Narrated by Sylvia Earle
A film about the importance of protecting the blue heart of our planet; our oceans.
Laguna ECO HERO Segment: MacGillivrays One World One Ocean
Segment from the Laguna Beach ECO Heroes documentary featuring the work of Greg, Barbara, Shawn & Meghan Magillivray with their One World One Ocean Campaign.
A Tribute to Sylvia Earle
A tribute to oceanographer Sylvia Earle from One World One Ocean.
Sylvia Earle Ocean Conservation Award Winning Films in the MY HERO International Film Festival
Gwala Rising in the Bwanabwana Islands
Gwala Rising in the Bwanabwana Islands depicts the revitalization of traditional conservation practices in the islands of Papua New Guinea.
Bazaruto Ocean Guardians
Meet the Ocean Guardians of Bazaruto Mozambique, who work tirelessly to teach local communities about the importance of conservation.
Invisible Ocean: Plankton & Plastic
This doc follows NYC sci-artist Mara G. Haseltine as she creates a sculpture to reveal a microscopic threat beneath the surface of the ocean.
With Change Comes Opportunity
Rob Pennicott was disappointed the day his local fishing spot was turned into a marine park. Today, Rob says his fishing tourism business, Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, is reliant not just on good fisheries management, but on the longevity of marine park areas in Tasmania.
OCEAN DEFENDERS ALLIANCE / Isla Coronado Ghost Net - Excerpt
Removing a ghost net from the sea.
Karim Sall, from Senegal, is nicknamed, Mr. Whale for his devotion to protecting sea life, and for his activism for ocean conservation in Senegal.
Stories, art and audio on MY HERO by students of all ages who admire the heroism of Dr. Sylvia Earle.
"The key is to see ourselves as a part of the natural systems that support us."
“We've got to somehow stabilize our connection to nature so that 50 years from now, 500 years, 5,000 years from now there will still be a wild system and respect for what it takes to sustain us.”
Explorer Hero: Sylvia Earle
The key is to see ourselves as a part of the natural systems that support us.
Resources for Sylvia Earle and Ocean Conservation
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