Sylvia Earle

"Her Deepness," Renowned Oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Since 1998

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

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    USA

  • Sylvia Earle`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Sylvia Earle`s U.S. Speaking Fee

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    USA

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The Quest for Sustainable Seas

Earle demonstrates how the ocean provides the underpinning of our economy, health, security, and the existence of life itself. Once thought to be infinitely resilient, the ocean is in trouble, and therefore, so are we. With equal parts warning and hope, she shows us how ...

Earle demonstrates how the ocean provides the underpinning of our economy, health, security, and the existence of life itself. Once thought to be infinitely resilient, the ocean is in trouble, and therefore, so are we. With equal parts warning and hope, she shows us how actions we take in the next ten years will matter more than what we do in the next one hundred years.

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About Keynote Speaker Sylvia Earle

Speaker Sylvia Earle’s Accomplishments Include…

Thanks to hard work, more than 6,000 hours logged underwater, and the poise that comes with having worked in just about every facet of ocean conservation, Sylvia Earle’s wish is gaining traction, one marine preserve at a time.

The first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Time magazine’s first Hero for the Planet, Earle advises heads of state in the U.S. and abroad on critical marine protection legislation and works at the forefront of marine catastrophes, including the Deep Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Through countless media interviews, books, testimony before Congress, and on public, private, and academic stages worldwide, she strives to help us understand the consequences of everything we put into and everything we take out of the ocean—noting that every breath of air we take and every drop of water we drink depends upon its health.

Earle has authored more than 175 publications including her September 2009 book, The World Is Blue: How Our Fate and the Ocean’s Are One.She also authored the 2008 National Geographic book Ocean: An Illustrated Atlas, a compendium of maps, images, and information about the nature of the ocean and the current changes that are influencing life on Earth.

Earle reminds us there is reason for hope—that continued decline in the health of our ocean is preventable, not inevitable. Although humans are largely responsible for many stresses on the ocean—pollution, global climate change, and overfishing—we also are its best hope for survival.

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