Marine Life: Glimpses of a pristine Ocean Enric Sala Ted talk

Enric Sala / Ocean Great IdeasDr Enric Sala, Marine ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence shares glorious images — and surprising insights and data — from some of the most pristine areas of the ocean. He shows how we can restore more of our oceans to this healthy, balanced state, and the powerful ecological and economic benefits of doing so.
Enric Sala is a marine ecologist who fell in love with the sea growing up on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. Witnessing the harm people do to the oceans led him to dedicate his career to understand and find ways to mitigate human impacts on marine life.
Sala’s research aims at providing the essential amount of information needed for policy change. His research includes an important exploration component, searching for the last healthy marine ecosystems that can give us an understanding of the past and the present that can be used to inform the future. One of his present goals is to help protect the last pristine marine ecosystems worldwide. His scientific publications are widely recognized and used for real-world conservation efforts such as the creation of marine reserves. He is leading a global marine conservation initiative at National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.

Glimpses of a pristine Ocean  Enric Sala Ted talk / Ocean Great Ideas

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