Seaspiracy has generated discussions on every social media platform, which can be considered a good thing if you want more people to discuss reducing/eliminating overfishing in the Ocean. However, the types of conversations that I have seen and in which I participated have shown me a few things that we, as a conservation society of newly inspired activists and marine scientists/conservationists, need to mend before we can move forward and do what we set out to do.
I go over some of the conversations that I have had on Clubhouse, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and where I see we can turn these conversations into action.
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The Guide To Mindful Conservation: Dancing In Pink Hiking Boots:
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Direct download: SUFB_S1140_SeaspiracyWhereDoWeGoFromHere.mp3
-- posted at: 12:00am EST