SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: The Ocean Doctor Radio Show | ExpeditionDispatch from 1planet1ocean


Exciting News!

In collaboration with Matrix Media, the national talk radio syndication firm that launched Animal Planet Radio, Travel Channel Radio and the HGTV Design Minutes, we are pleased to announce the launching of a new radio show, entitled, The Ocean Doctor, hosted by Dr. David E. Guggenheim, airing weekly on the WebTalkRadio.net network. Each week, hear the latest ocean news, take a field trip, and hear interviews with ocean explorers and conservation leaders.

This Week’s Show:


. For the first time anywhere, hear the full, uncut story about BP’s unprecedented use of dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico and learn why it’s making a terrible situation far more serious. We hear from marine toxicologist, Dr. Susan D. Shaw, director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute in Maine, during her second research trip to Louisiana. Also, what you can do to help stop BP from continuing this practice, which represents an uncontrolled experiment on the Gulf of Mexico’s ecosystems.

The Ocean Doctor airs weekly on WebTalkRadio.net. Want to listen on your iPod, iPhone or mp3 player? Download the mp3 file or subscribe on iTunes and don’t miss a single episode.

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Areas of Focus:

Conducting and disseminating leading-edge researchto identify and map important marine ecosystems, especially coral ecosystems, in order to inform strong conservation policies.

Building strong international partnerships for marine research and conservation, with special emphasis on Cuba and the Gulf of Mexico

Advancing sustainable aquaculture and the use of next-generation land-based recirculating aquaculture systems in order to reduce pressure on wild fish stocks and provide a sustainable alternative that supports local communities.

Educating, inspiring and involving the public through strong outreach, education, radio and TV presence, visual media and leading-edge Web and social media technologies, while working to improve the quality, breadth and impact of environmental education.


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