Imagine a world in which the ocean is teeming with life and vibrant with color. That is the world that Dr. Sylvia Earle first saw in 1979 as the only human ever to dive untethered to a depth of over half a mile. Having witnessed so much loss in the world’s waters since then, National Geographic Explorer Earle offers deep insight about what we can do to protect and restore nature’s bounty during her interview on On Leading.
It’s pre-dawn on the morning of the People’s Climate March. The air is moist and crisp, autumn dancing in the air with summer’s yawning presence. The UN Climate Summit, intended to catalyze action for the 2015 UN Climate Negotiations, convenes this week. Yet the most remarkable display of leadership may be the catalytic momentum on the streets.