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In this episode of "How to Protect the Ocean," host Andrew Lewin discusses the effects of climate change on the snow crab population in Alaska. He explores how over a decade of warming has impacted the Arctic Sea and the Bering Sea, leading to significant changes in the local community and future fisheries. Tune in to learn more about the undersea effects of climate change and how we can take action to protect the ocean.

Link to article: https://hakaimagazine.com/features/how-ocean-warming-is-killing-a-prime-alaska-crab-fishery/

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1486_SnowCrabPopulationClimateChange.mp3
Category:climate change -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode, host Andrew Lewin interviews Amanda Horn, who left her successful career in marketing to pursue her passion for the ocean. Amanda shares her story of quitting her job, moving to Indonesia to become a dive master and learn citizen science protocols, and starting a company that promotes water and plastic reduction in shaving. Andrew and Amanda discuss her journey and the importance of taking action to protect the ocean. Don't miss this inspiring conversation!

Websites:
www.gololess.com
www.wearebodiesofwater.com

Direct download: HTPTO_E1485_AmandaHornGolessSustainableStartUp.mp3
Category:Sustainable Companies -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin discusses the importance of speaking up for the ocean and how listeners can get involved in science communication. Andrew highlights the power and impact of sharing information about the ocean, emphasizing the need for reliable and accurate communication in today's world.

Listeners are encouraged to take action and become advocates for the ocean by utilizing various platforms and opportunities for science communication. Tune in to learn more about the significance of speaking up for the ocean and how you can make a difference.

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1484_WhyScienceCommunicationIsSoImportant.mp3
Category:SciComm -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin dives into the recent events involving sea otter "841" in the Santa Cruz area. This sea otter made headlines for biting surfboards and "attacking" a surfer, although no one was harmed. The episode explores the behavior of sea otters as wild animals and the need to find a balance between appreciating their cuteness and understanding their natural instincts. Tune in to learn more about the fascinating world of sea otters and what we can do to protect them.

Marine Mammal Commission information on Sea Otters: https://www.mmc.gov/priority-topics/species-of-concern/southern-sea-otter/

Sea Otter bites surfboard: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/jul/12/sea-otter-surfing-santa-cruz-california

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1483_SeaOtterAttacksSurfBoard.mp3
Category:Sea Otter -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin is joined by Thomas Sagimo and Tilda Bouloux from Ocean Sole. They discuss the company's efforts in creating sustainable products that benefit both the environment and the people involved in production. Ocean Sole specializes in transforming flip flops into functional art pieces. The episode explores the importance of companies who would like to clean up the environment while supporting local communities and encourages listeners to support Ocean Sole's mission.

Audience members get 15% off their cart total using the code SPEAKUP.

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oceansole/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OceanSole1
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OceanSoleKenya

 

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1482_OceanSoleBeachCleanUpKenya.mp3
Category:Plastic Pollution -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin discusses the importance of authenticity and staying true to oneself as a science communicator. He shares a cautionary tale about an influencer on social media who faced backlash for not being true to herself. Andrew emphasizes the need for content creators to be authentic and genuine in their online presence, especially when advocating for the ocean. He encourages listeners to speak up for the ocean and offers advice for aspiring content creators. Tune in to learn more about the power of staying true to yourself in science communication.

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1481_InfluencerCaughtScammingBeachCleanUp.mp3
Category:Science Communication -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, Andrew discusses two significant news stories related to the ocean. The first is the alarming increase in sea surface temperatures, with some areas hitting 100 degrees Fahrenheit. This comes amidst a trend of record-high temperatures and extreme weather events. The second news item is the emergence of a revised strategy to reduce global shipping emissions, reflecting an increase in the industry's climate ambition. Andrew ponders whether these efforts are too late in the face of ongoing environmental challenges. Tune in to learn more about these developments and how to take action for a better ocean.

Links to Articles:
1) Sea Temperature Increase: https://bit.ly/44o38L2
2) Shipping Emissions Strategies: https://bit.ly/3ryJsp8

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In this episode of the "How to Protect the Ocean" podcast, Dr. Ido Sella, a marine biologist, shares his journey of starting a company called E-Concrete. EConcrete specializes in building a unique type of concrete for seawalls and underwater structures that supports the growth of bacteria, algae, and microorganisms. Dr. Sella explains the importance of this work and how it contributes to marine conservation. Join host Andrew Lewin as they discuss the impact of business and entrepreneurship on protecting the ocean. Tune in to learn more about this innovative approach to marine conservation.

Connect with ECONCRETE:
Website: https://econcretetech.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/EconcreteL
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/econcrete/

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1479_ECONCRETE_DrIdoSella.mp3
Category:EcoBusiness -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin gets inspired by a podcast where a celebrity radio and podcast personality talks about his career. The celebrity emphasizes the importance of building a diversified portfolio of businesses and podcast networks, even if ownership is not in everything. Andrew reflects on how science communicators in the marine science and conservation field often expect instant success but highlights the importance of patience and continuous effort. He encourages listeners to keep publishing and getting their message across, regardless of occasional setbacks. Tune in to hear Andrew's thoughts on the podcast that sparked this inspiration.

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1478_StartSlowAndBuildInSciComm.mp3
Category:SciComm -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin explores a fascinating discovery that challenges what scientists know about octopuses and their reproduction. Contrary to the belief that octopuses are solitary animals, this new discovery reveals a new finding that reshapes our understanding of these creatures. Tune in to learn more about this incredible revelation and how it is reshaping the way we think about octopuses.

Link to article: https://bit.ly/46HeqeR

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1477_OctopusReproductionMightHaveChanged.mp3
Category:biodiversity -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin interviews Hannah Tait, the CEO of Action for Dolphins. Hannah shares her journey from watching the documentary "The Cove" to dedicating her life to dolphin protection. She discusses her advocacy and activism work, including campaigns to end dolphin hunting, remove shark nets, and end captivity and harmful wild dolphin feeding. This episode highlights the power of documentaries to inspire action and make a difference in the world.

Links:
Website: https://www.afd.org.au/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/actionfordolphins/

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1476_HannahTait.mp3
Category:Dolphins -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode, the host explores the importance of in-person conversations and two-way communication in the world of content creation. The guest, Paola Espitia, shares her experience in science communication and building a career in interacting with people on cruise lines. The conversation sparks a desire in Andrew to find ways to engage with listeners in person and have more interactive discussions. Tune in to discover the value of face-to-face interactions in building relationships and gaining immediate feedback.

Paola Espitia of @olapicreative is making media that moves. After almost two decades of coral research, Paola realized she could make a bigger impact on the ocean by using her voice, so she became a Speaker at Sea aboard world-class cruise lines including Lindblad Expeditions’ National Geographic fleet. To further advance ocean conservation initiatives, Paola co-founded the media agency, Ola’pi Creative with her husband. During this Ocean Decade, Ola’pi Creative is committed to helping 1,000 emergent ocean leaders with messaging, media production, and marketing to create a ripple effect that inspires action for the ocean we want.

Connect with Poala:
Website: www.olapicreative.com
YouTube: www.youtube.com/@olapicreative
Instagram: www.Instagram.com/olapicreative
LinkedIn: www.Linkedin.com/in/paola-espitia-a4bbaa39/

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1475_FindingNewAudiencesPaola.mp3
Category:Science Communication -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

In this episode, Andrew explores the urgent need for small island nations to answer the question of what happens to their nation if sea level rise and storm surges take over their land. He discusses the options that are being discussed by these nations and the progress being made, or lack thereof, in addressing this issue. Tune in to learn more about the challenges faced by these nations and how we can take action to protect our oceans.

Link to article: https://bit.ly/3JCH33f

2:48 Impact of sea level rise. 
6:21 Small island states in trouble. 
9:12 Statehood and Climate Change. 
13:06 Vulnerability to flooding events. 
17:20 Conservation journey and interviews.

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Direct download: HTPTO_E1474_CanAStateBeAStateIfSeaLevelRiseTakesOver.mp3
Category:climate change -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

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