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How To Protect The Ocean

Release Date: 11/15/2023

Underwhelmed at the Great Barrier Reef: A Representative Review? show art Underwhelmed at the Great Barrier Reef: A Representative Review?

How To Protect The Ocean

Andrew Lewin delves into the topic of the Great Barrier Reef after a viral TikTok video sparked controversy about its condition. He shares a personal anecdote about a vacation in the Dominican Republic and his passion for diving in tropical waters. Sometimes reviews aren't always representative of what is there. Tune in to learn more about the reality of the Great Barrier Reef's health and what individuals can do to help protect this iconic marine ecosystem. Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   ...

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Diving Deep into Science Communication: My Workflow Revealed show art Diving Deep into Science Communication: My Workflow Revealed

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Andrew Lewin discusses his workflow for creating consistent science communication content on both his podcast and YouTube channel. He delves into how he manages to post three times a week for the audio podcast and two episodes a week for the YouTube channel. Join Andrew as he shares insights on staying consistent and productive in the world of science communication. Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   Facebook Group: Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website:  Instagram:  TikTok: Twitter:  YouTube:...

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Charlotte the Stingray: A Surprising Pregnancy Story Unveiled show art Charlotte the Stingray: A Surprising Pregnancy Story Unveiled

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Andrew Lewin discusses the surprising story of a stingray in an aquarium getting pregnant despite being alone for eight years.    Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   Facebook Group: Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website:  Instagram:  TikTok: Twitter:  YouTube:   Parthenogenesis is a fascinating phenomenon that allows certain species, like the stingray discussed in this episode, to reproduce asexually. This process essentially enables the stingray to...

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To Buy or Not to Buy: Navigating Sustainable Choices in a Consumer Society show art To Buy or Not to Buy: Navigating Sustainable Choices in a Consumer Society

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Andrew Lewin delves into the dilemma of purchasing environmentally friendly products while striving to reduce consumption. He reflects on the challenge of minimizing his impact on the planet and questions whether buying less is the ultimate solution. Join Andrew as he explores the balance between consumerism and environmental consciousness in the quest to live for a better ocean. Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   Facebook Group: Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website:  Instagram:  TikTok: ...

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Arctic Meltdown: Impacts on Wildlife and Climate Change show art Arctic Meltdown: Impacts on Wildlife and Climate Change

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Andrew Lewin delves into the significant changes occurring in the Arctic due to climate change. He highlights the drastic ice melt and its impact on the Arctic environment and its inhabitants. Andrew emphasizes the importance of understanding these changes and the need to take action to protect the ocean. Tune in to explore how animals in the Arctic are adapting to survive amidst the evolving conditions, and reflect on the resilience of both animals and the ocean in the face of environmental challenges. Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off...

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Scientists Find More Coral Reefs Equivalent to the Size of Ireland: Will It Help in Their Conservation? show art Scientists Find More Coral Reefs Equivalent to the Size of Ireland: Will It Help in Their Conservation?

How To Protect The Ocean

Andrew Lewin discusses the impact of climate change on coral reefs. Despite the challenges they face, it is revealed that there are 25% more coral reefs than previously thought. Tune in to learn why this discovery is significant and what actions can be taken to protect these vital ecosystems. Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   Facebook Group: Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website:  Instagram:  TikTok: Twitter:  YouTube: Satellite imagery and technology have revolutionized our...

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Navigating the Challenges: Why One-Fifth of Migratory Species Are at Risk show art Navigating the Challenges: Why One-Fifth of Migratory Species Are at Risk

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Andrew discusses a new report revealing that one-fifth of migratory species on land, freshwater, and in the ocean are at risk of extinction. He explores the two major causes behind this issue and suggests ways to address it. Tune in to learn more about the UN Convention on the conservation of migratory species of wild animals and why it's crucial to protect these species for a better ocean ecosystem. Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33% off courses and the careers program.   Facebook Group: Connect with Speak Up For Blue:...

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Beware of Crocs: Why Ignoring Warning Signs Can Have Deadly Consequences show art Beware of Crocs: Why Ignoring Warning Signs Can Have Deadly Consequences

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Today's episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast highlights the importance of heeding warning signs on beaches, particularly in areas like Cardwell, Australia, where crocodile dangers persist. Host Andrew Lewin emphasizes the need to respect such warnings and avoid risky situations for the safety of both people and marine life. Tune in to learn more about taking action by avoiding potential threats to protect the ocean ecosystem. Link to article: Magic Minds:  use code PROTECT20 to get up to 56% off your first subscription Follow a career in conservation: Use the...

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Defamation and Climate Science: Did the Lawsuit Send a Message show art Defamation and Climate Science: Did the Lawsuit Send a Message

How To Protect The Ocean

Andrew Lewin discusses a lawsuit involving Dr. Michael Mann, a prominent climate scientist. Dr. Mann sued Rand Simberg and Mark Stein for defamatory online posts made over a decade ago by the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the National Review. Lewin also explores the history of attacks on climate scientists by right-wing climate deniers and the misleading tactics used by oil companies to downplay environmental concerns. Tune in to learn more about the case and the importance of speaking up for the ocean. Link to article: Follow a career in conservation: Use the code SUFB to get 33%...

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Trawling Bans and Illegal Fishing: A Growing Problem in India show art Trawling Bans and Illegal Fishing: A Growing Problem in India

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Andrew Lewin discusses the issue of trawling and the challenges it poses for the government of India. Despite growing concerns about the negative impact of trawling on the environment, the Indian government has been slow to enforce bans on the practice. This is especially problematic as more countries are implementing bans within their exclusive economic zones, leading to Indian fishermen being caught for illegal fishing. The episode explores the historical push towards trawling in India and the need to transition away from this harmful practice. Tune in to learn more about the impact of...

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In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin discusses the importance of science communication in academia. He highlights the changing landscape of communication, including the rise of social media and digital channels. Lewin emphasizes the value of having good communication skills and investing time in science communication. He recalls how research used to receive coverage on traditional media platforms, such as TV shows and newspapers, and the impact it had on people's interest.

Tune in to learn more about how researchers can effectively share their work on university channels and advocate for a better ocean.

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The host of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast encourages listeners to engage with the show in various ways. He appreciates those who listen to every episode and invites them to provide comments and feedback on the podcast's content and performance. Additionally, he encourages listeners to connect with him on Instagram at How to Protect the Ocean. The host also requests that listeners leave a rating and review on popular podcast platforms like Apple Podcasts or Spotify. By actively participating in the podcast community through comments, feedback, and social media interaction, listeners can contribute to the growth of the show.

In one episode, the host emphasizes the significance of science communication within universities and urges researchers to dedicate more time to sharing their research. The host acknowledges the evolving landscape of science communication at universities and stresses the importance of researchers understanding its relevance. They highlight the need for researchers to possess strong communication skills and be willing to invest additional time in science communication. The host suggests that researchers can increase the visibility of their research by collaborating with their university's central communications office. They advise researchers not to wait for the university to promote their work, but rather to proactively develop a science communication strategy to publish their research through the university. The host also mentions that science communication can be a valuable learning experience for PhD, postdoc, and master's students, as it allows them to collaborate with the university's central communications office. Overall, the episode emphasizes the value of science communication for researchers within universities and encourages active engagement in sharing their research.

The host of the podcast emphasizes the importance of listeners leaving ratings and reviews on their preferred podcast platforms. They highlight how these ratings and reviews contribute to the organic growth of the podcast. By leaving positive ratings and reviews, listeners can help attract new audience members who are interested in similar topics, such as the ocean. The host also expresses appreciation for listener feedback and engagement, as it helps improve the podcast and provide valuable information. Alongside leaving ratings and reviews, listeners are encouraged to engage with the host on social media, particularly on Instagram at "How to Protect the Ocean." This demonstrates the host's value for interaction and communication with their audience.