Jean-Michel Cousteau's Letter to Peter Fankhauser, CEO Thomas Cook Group

© Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures SocietyWe know so much more about wild animals today than we did decades ago when humans first started removing them from their families and forcing them to entertain us in captivity. Science tells us that orcas are intelligent, social, far-ranging, and psychologically complex animals with long lifespans ...

Love is in the Sea!

February 13, 2018
Pygmy SeahorseFar beneath the waves, glistening under the full moon, the mood strikes right for two fishes in love ...

Jean-Michel Cousteau Dispatch - February 2018

February 13, 2018
MontecitoMudslide_1.jpg It is in times like these we are all reminded of the power of nature – from the Thomas fire that raced up our cherished coastlines and across the Santa Ynez Mountains, to the rainstorms that brought flooding and mudslides to the communities below. ...

Generations for Change: “The Dawn of A New Era”

January 22, 2018
IMG_8244_1.pngThe unfortunate truth is that climate change will hurt those who are already the most vulnerable. Island nations whose populations reside at or near sea level and communities whose livelihoods are so closely linked to the environment around them will feel the impacts of climate change ...

Oceans of Thanks - 2017

November 23, 2017
IMG_E0108_web_0.jpgTogether we create positive change, the main ingredient to our success is YOU! To express our gratitude, we offer a delicious plant-based recipe to brighten your holiday season ...

Climate Change - Now is the Time for Action: COP 23

November 16, 2017
IraMeyer_PolarBear_Print_1.jpgWe have seen our planet from space, had access to the deepest canyons of the ocean, deciphered the infinitesimal DNA structure of life, and discovered unimaginable species—but we’ve also seen our own destructive influence on the planet’s complex network of life ...

Environmental News August 1 to August 10, 2017

Quote for the week

"It is a curious situation that the sea, from which life first arose, should now be threatened by the activities of one form of that life. But the sea, though changed in a sinister way, will continue to exist: the threat is rather to life itself."
— Rachel Carson, Marine Biologist

Jean-Michel Cousteau Dispatch - August 2017

August 10, 2017
_CEV5963_600_0.jpgAs citizens of our blue planet, it is our responsibility to continue positive momentum toward healthier oceans ...

Jean-Michel Cousteau's Letter to the Prime Minister of Fiji

August 9, 2017
_CEV5934_1_0.pngFiji has a special place in my heart. Since the 1980s, I have been involved in working in Fiji, from providing my environmental education program, ‘Project Ocean Search’ at a resort then called Na Koro (My Village), to leading expeditions and filming the beautiful soft coral reefs of the Savusavu region with my team ...

Congratulations to our newest Ambassadors of the Environment Director, Nicole Boriski

June 6, 2017
Nicole OFS_1.jpg Nicole Boriski is the AOTE Program Manager for Jean-Michel Cousteau in Puerto Rico at Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve ...
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