Save Our Seas Foundation supported researcher Jason Hall-Spencer explains the dangers and ocean acidification. Shown at Rio+20 in July 2012.
Save Our Seas interviews James Lovelock, a well-known climate scientist, to get his views on climate change and the future of our oceans. James is best known for coming up with the Gaia theory and has written numerous books on the subject. While James proposes some solutions that could ‘buy us some time’ it is clear that we need to make drastic changes in order to keep our seas from becoming deserts with little or no life in them.
Save Our Seas Foundation Chief Scientist, Dr Rupert Ormond reflects on the Basking Shark Conference held from 2 – 5 August 2009 on the Isle of Man. The conference brought together some of the leading basking shark scientists and researchers from around the world to compare results and methods. Save Our Seas co-sponsored the event in the hopes of creating a better understanding of this keystone species.