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Ocean Pancake Podcast
47 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
60 Walk the UKs coast for Marine Science with Plover Rovers
Do you love walking and talking about Science? Scott Chavi took the quarantine situation in the UK and turned it into a country wide Non for Profit. The Plover Rovers is an organization that has scientists and science students walk the coast of the United Kingdom to raise awareness and community knowledge about our coasts/ With the four prong approach, Plover Rovers focus on Heritage and Storytelling, Science Communication, Art and Emotion, in addition to activism. Learn how you can get involved and use the collaboration between individuals to protect our coasts.
40 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
59 : How Women Mind the Water uses storytelling to Protect Oceans
Women Mind the Water is an organisation to high light the stories of women and the ocean. Pam Ferris used her many skills and connections to build a community of ocean loving women to promote our seas. Through stories, art, and collaboration Pam highlights the amazing work female ocean activists do in their own communities to share the love for the ocean. With designs featuring famous sea animals, Women Mind the Water is a podcast and place to bring people with the same mission together.
48 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
58: Why seagrass is vital to slow Climate Change with Mark Parry
Why is seagrass crucial for our planets natural carbon cycle? How do we protect the biodiversity of seagrass? How is seagrass affected by fertilizer? What can we do to help protect our coastal environments? In todays episode with Mark Parry who is the Development Officer at the Ocean Conservation Trust, we chat about all things seagrass. This has been one of the head projects that focuses on education, conservation, and collaboration. Seagrass has recently gained some notoriety and is finally getting the attention it deserves. While it may not be as topical or well known within conservation as Coral Reefs, the Ocean Conservation trust has worked with scientists and divers to create citizen science projects and improve our knowledge and understanding of the sea.
25 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
57 The Problem With Seaspiracy From An Ocean Activist
This podcast is a repost from the Youtube channel Ocean Pancake. I wanted to share my thoughts on the recent documentary named Seaspiracy that has been making waves since it has appeared on Netflix. Did the documentary accurately present facts? Did it put blame on the correct parties? Did it provide achievable solutions to the problems facing our oceans? This podcast is the problem with Seaspiracy from an ocean activist. As a conclusion the problem is it's very nuanced and cannot be solved by one solution. We should all start by not eating fish and continue to vote for the future we want to live in.
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