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Eugenie Clark, the Shark Lady

Eugenie Clark, The 'Shark Lady' by By Andrea Stone, for National Geographic     Eugenie Clark, was an American marine biologist who fell in love with sharks as a child with her nose pressed against an aquarium tank—and whose research on the much maligned species earned her the nickname "Shark Lady". A...

Spread the Love: Support Your Local Wildlife Rescue Centers

Little article written on Free People's Blog on an update about Californian Seal Pups washing ashore To be honest, I wasn’t going to talk about wildlife today. Instead I had an earth-friendly DIY post planned. That initial story quickly took a backseat to the information I wanted to share today. During a ...

ECO UPDATE: MAY/JUNE 2015

ECO UPDATE: MAY/JUNE 2015 WARNING: CALIFORNIA’S IN A SERIOUS DROUGHT! We found a reliable and fact based article on our current drought situation! ENLIGHTEN YOURSELF HERE GIRLS: http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2015/04/everything-you-wanted-know-about-california-drought       6 WAYS WE BELIEVE YOU ...

Peter Beard

Peter Beard, One of my favorite photographers of the wild life. I just bought his book and got lost in his raw and intense art, combined with his photos of animals. I can't point my finger on what exactly it is it, but all I can see is Mr Beard was born with Mother Africa in his heart.   One of my dreams i...

Living in peaceful oceans

Written by Thomas Leitch for Common Ground Australia A man died today. As I write this, a family is in mourning, his friends are in shock and the community is stunned by the news of a second local shark incident in just two days. The details are not important, suffice it to say that Tadashi Nakahara, a 41-...

Interview with Malia Rouillon, Creator of 'Sirens for the Sea'

Malia Rouillon, Environmentalist, Creator of ‘Sirens for the Sea’ You are a nomad, born and raised in the Seychelles, having lived on the West coast and East Coast of Australia, your life brought you to the four corners of the world. Your love for the ocean is so apparent in the work that you do to protect...

Ama-The pearl diving mermaids of Japan

Written by Michael Gakuran     One of the lesser-known but fascinating parts of Japanese culture is that of the Ama pearl divers. Ama (海女 in Japanese), literally means ‘woman of the sea’ and is recorded as early as 750 in the oldest Japanese anthology of poetry, the Man’yoshu. These women specialised in...

Let's start from the beginning...

If our ocean dies, we die.   Sometimes it’s easy to get lost in our busy day to day lives. Everyday we wake up we have the power to make change. We have this beautiful thing called our voice. It has the ability to inspire, empower and create significant change in peoples’ lives, but most importantly it can...