Feb 24, 2021
Our thought leader for today is marine biologist, Nathan Robinson. His name may not be familiar but you’ve probably watched what he did a few years ago. Do you remember the video of a sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck to its nose? Nathan was the one pulling that straw out of the turtle.
In this episode, he talks about how that experience changed his view of the world and how he turned his job into a passion to protect the environment. Currently, he’s active on various platforms to inform global audiences about ways to conserve our oceans while grabbing our attention on what lies on their deepest parts.
Let’s listen to Nathan and know how to get people to take care of the oceans!
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[00:01 - 08:55] Opening Segment
[08:56 - 21:19] Informed Consumerism
[21:20 - 32:05] Science Communication
[32:06 - 46:33] Basic Needs of People
[46:34 - 58:33] Beauty of Deep Ocean
[58:34 - 01:03:24] Closing Segment
“Scientists are generally only as good as their ability to communicate.” - Nathan Robinson
“It’s finding those moments of beauty that fill me with a ton of curiosity and that’s what helps me know that it’s still a wonderful world.” - Nathan Robinson
Connect with Nathan online and check him out on social media: Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Support Filming The Kraken - Cameras For Ocean Exploration.
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