Jackie Savitz: Save the oceans, feed the world!
Jackie Savitz - Ocean advocate
Jackie Savitz works to protect the world's oceans. A marine biologist, she is passionate that saving the seas will benefit us all. Full bio
to be their most abundant,
the climate change agreement,
do we have to work in?
say, nine other countries,
plus the European Union,
a limited number of places
and reproduce successfully
know the fisheries will come back.
happens to be from Norway,
can have a carbon footprint,
you're not supposed to fish,
size or the wrong species.
market is through seafood fraud.
snappers were not snapper.
the industry, but not enough,
our fisheries sustainably.
About the speaker:Jackie Savitz - Ocean advocate
Jackie Savitz works to protect the world's oceans. A marine biologist, she is passionate that saving the seas will benefit us all.
Why you should listen
Jackie Savitz is the Vice President for US Oceans at Oceana, an organization focused on conserving and saving the world's oceans. With a background in marine biology and environmental toxicology, she has worked at Oceana for more than a decade and has produced campaigns focused on sea-affecting hazards such as climate change, mercury, and cruise ship pollution.
Ocean water runs in Jackie's blood. She earned her bachelor’s degree in marine science and biology from the University of Miami, and then went on to get her master's in environmental science from the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory at the University of Maryland. That led her to spend some five years working to protect Chesapeake Bay, before working at ocean-focused groups such as Coast Alliance, a network of over 600 American organizations working to protect the coasts from pollution and development.
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