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#HOPEHelpOceanProtectEarth: Images and Musings from the Blue Planet
Speaking to the issue of oceans in peril, Anne draws upon her worldwide diving experiences of the past four decades to show what we have lost, what we stand to lose, and what we can sustain. Journey with Anne from the top of the world to the bottom–from the Arctic to the Antarctic with many places in between including the Bahamas, Papua New Guinea, the Red Sea, Japan and Australia. Sharks and coral polyps and humans are all connected. Healthy oceans provide Earth with water to drink, food to eat, air to breathe: No Ocean No Earth (NONE)®. But we are now at a critical point of #HOPEHelpOceanProtectEarth. It’s a time for HOPE not NONE!
LECTURES AND EVENTS
Nov. 3-6, 2015 FROM THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: THE ARCTIC & ANTARCTIC
American Polar Society 80th Anniversary Symposium @ Scripps, San Diego CALIF.
May 11, 2015 UrbanBlue~WildBlue
Bluemind5/Blue Vision Summit, Washington, DC
SUBMERGENCE UrbanBlue~WildBlue presentation by Anne Doubilet video link starts at 6:10
February 3, 2014 HOPE Help Ocean Protect Earth: Musings from the Blue Planet
Sept. 17, 2013 HOPE Help Ocean Protect Earth: Musings from the Blue Planet Marine Environmental Institute, Blue Hill Maine/Summer Lecture Series/State of Our Oceans: Crisis and Conservation in the 21st Century
August 30, 2013 HOPE Help Ocean Protect Earth Explorers Club Norwegian Chapter, Kon-Tiki Museum, Oslo, Norway
June 5, 2013 OCEANS IN PERIL-MUSINGS FROM THE BLUE PLANET
THE COFFEE HOUSE, 20 West 44th Street, 6th floor, NYC
From corals underwater throughout the Indo Pacific, to penguins clustered on Antarctic islands, to polar bears on shrinking Arctic ice climate changes are swirling around the globe. To learn more we asked underwater explorer, writer and photographer Anne Doubilet to explain her advocacy project of HOPE Help Ocean Protect Earth.™
From teeming coral reefs to streaming city streets, life is connected in a vast food web whose sustainability is threatened. Although by 2050 almost 50% of the world’s coral reefs will be at risk, we now stand in a “sweet spot of time” (quote by Dr. Sylvia Earle) where we can sustain the other 50% if we take action. Healthy ocean means healthy earth and hope for the future.
Cocktails: 6 p.m. (Cash bar) –Program: 6:45 p.m.– Dinner ($40)
Please reserve for dinner by Tuesday: 212 391-5609 or firstname.lastname@example.org
(A $10 contribution is requested if you do not stay for dinner)
May 4, 2013 Green Fest
Where XChange, 5000 Riverside Station Boulevard, Secaucus, NJ 07094
When Saturday, May 4/ Details to come!
April 21-May 22, 2013, CORAL, PLASTICS AND ICE Collaborative Exhibit with Creative Conservation Artist ASHER JAY @ SAG HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM; Opening Reception Sunday, April 21, 1-4PM, serving Dreamy Coffee and Tea and Locally Baked Goodies!
March 23, 2013, Saturday Morning Seminar, MEC Session #2 Rooms A&B, NO OCEAN NO EARTH (NONE)™; Beneath the Sea, Seacaucus, NJ.
Dec. 4, 2012, Lecture NO OCEAN NO EARTH (NONE)™; Harbor School, Governor’s Island, NYC.
Sept. 23, 2011, Lecture POLE to POLE:Arctic/Papua New Guinea/Antarctic; Earth/Ocean Sciences Dept., USC, Columbia, SC.
Oct.12,2010, Lecture POLE TO POLE:Arctic/PNG/Antarctic; onboard “The World”, NYC Pier 12.
June-September, 2008, Photo Exhibition CORAL & ICE , Marine Environmental Resarch Institute (MERI), Blue Hill, Maine.
June 25, 2008, Lecture FROM THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: PAPUA NEW GUINEA TO THE ARCTIC. MERI, Blue Hill, Maine.
April 1-14, 2008, Photo Exhibition CORAL & ICE , National Arts Club, NYC.
Anne @ Coral & Ice exhibition, National Arts Club, NYC
Anne onboard Corinthian II, Le Maire Channel, Antarctica.