#81 Designing a Life Dedicated to Science with Melissa Cristina Márquez.

Our planet works tirelessly to keep us alive, so why aren’t we doing more to protect it?

 

Home to dolphins, surfers and tonnes of plastic – oceans are both healing places and places in need of healing. ‘Tide for Change’ explores the life of creative entrepreneurs and the depths they’ll dive to make a positive change for our oceans.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with the “Mother of Sharks”, Melissa Cristina Márquez. She’s a Latina marine biologist and conservationist, author, television presenter and founder of The Fins United Initiative – all aimed to educate people about diverse sharks, the scientists who study them and why both matter to the future of our oceans.

 

They discuss how misunderstanding sharks has cost our ecosystem, the scary discovery from her latest National Geographic expedition to the Arctic, and what we can all do to ensure the survival of sharks – and ultimately – ourselves.

Our planet works tirelessly to keep us alive, so why aren’t we doing more to protect it?

 

Home to dolphins, surfers and tonnes of plastic – oceans are both healing places and places in need of healing. ‘Tide for Change’ explores the life of creative entrepreneurs and the depths they’ll dive to make a positive change for our oceans.

 

In this episode, Vince chats with the “Mother of Sharks”, Melissa Cristina Márquez. She’s a Latina marine biologist and conservationist, author, television presenter and founder of The Fins United Initiative – all aimed to educate people about diverse sharks, the scientists who study them and why both matter to the future of our oceans.

 

They discuss how misunderstanding sharks has cost our ecosystem, the scary discovery from her latest National Geographic expedition to the Arctic, and what we can all do to ensure the survival of sharks – and ultimately – ourselves.

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