Three hundred women. Three hundred women fighting to save our world, our health, and our future. Fighting and sailing. I had the unbelievable luck to join the ranks of these 300 planet warriors on part of their epic global journey. I never considered myself a fighter, but if fighting means standing up to the industries … Continue reading Watch Out World – A Group of Women is Coming to Straighten You Out
Five Reasons I love Marine Biology
Its time for another listicle! This one is devoted to my love for the field of marine biology and the scientists who study ocean ecosystems. Here are five reasons why I think marine biology is awesome: It’s like MacGyver meets James Bond. Pretty much any marine biology field or lab experiment involves the combination of … Continue reading Five Reasons I love Marine Biology
In a world of disasters, how do we cultivate hope?
My home state of California has been hit with two disasters in one week--a raw sewage spill in Monterey Bay, and the more devastating crude oil spill off the Santa Barbara coastline. These two spills are only the latest examples of the thousands of human-caused disasters that plague our shorelines every year (not counting all … Continue reading In a world of disasters, how do we cultivate hope?