Why Speak Up For Blue Will Help To Become a Better Ocean Conservationist
If you want to know how Ocean Conservation is done around the world, then you are in the right place.
If you want to know how to become an Ocean Leader like Dr. Sylvia Earle and Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, then this place is for you.
If you want to work in the field of Ocean Conservation or start your own Ocean Conservation organization, then look no further.
Here’s the deal:
You must learn about the Science, Sociology, and Economics of the Oceans so that you can protect the Oceans. Once you know the basics of these components then you are able to start your career in Ocean Conservation.
How does SUFB find out about Ocean Conservation being Conducted around the world?
SUFB scours the scientific journals for information on the latest Ocean Conservation material and provides it to you in a way that you can understand. We also conduct interviews with various people and organizations around the world who are using innovative techniques to do Ocean Conservation.
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About the Founder, Andrew Lewin
Speak Up for Blue was founded by Andrew Lewin in January 2011. Andrew is a Marine Ecologist and an Environmental Entrepreneur.
After working in Ocean Conservation field for the past ten years in government, non-profit organizations, and private industry, Andrew has refocused his efforts to do what he loves best: Help people and organizations conserve the Ocean.
Andrew’s approach to Ocean Conservation follows the scientific and Ocean conservation methods to managing coasts effectively. These methods are not widely used as not many people know about it. Andrew plans to share these Ocean Conservation methods through communication on the Speak Up for Blue website and social sites.
Andrew uses primary literature, white papers, and personal conservation stories to help people and organizations do good conservation work.
If you would like to know how scientists and policy people design Ocean conservation plans then sign up to get free updates on the current conservation methods happening around the world.