Ocean Hope Spots via Sylvia Earle

We had the pleasure of seeing Sylvia Earle speak in Hawaii many times during the IUCN World Congress in Hawaii where Reef Life Introduced our Nano Technology Reef Restoration Systems.

Dr. Sylvia Earle // Founder, Mission Blue & Ocean Elder- “The one word that describes this entire event. It’s just a small word, but it conveys the power of opportunity that we now share. It is simply hope.” https://portals.iucn.org/congress/update/18985

"Use everything in your arsenal to create "Hope Spots" which bring even the smallest upgrade in Oceanic Environments"

Reef Life oceanic environments are ready to launch and will be sent all over the globe in early 2017.

Dr Sylvia Alice Earle (USA) is an American oceanographer. She served as Chief Scientist for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from 1990 to1992 and is currently National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence. Dr. Earle is also the founder of Mission Blue, and was winner of the TED Prize in 2009.

Dr Earle has led more than 400 expeditions worldwide involving in excess of 7,000 hours under water in connection with her research. She is the author of more than 125 publications concerning marine science and technology, but also children’s books, has participated in numerous television productions and has given scientific, technical, and general interest lectures in more than 60 countries. Mission Blue, a film about her life’s work, continues to inspire people across the globe.

#SylviaEarle #HopeSpots #OceanConstruction #UICNCongress #OCEANS

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