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TUC Radio
With Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson, Maike Baun and Taïme Smit
Weekly Program
Paul Watson, Maike Baun and Taïme Smit
 Maria Gilardin  Contact Contributor
Paul Watson was cofounder of Greenpeace and led the campaigns against the slaughter of baby seals in the late seventies. Over a disagreement about direct action Watson separated from Greenpeace and founded the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in 1977. That’s a non-profit, marine conservation organization based on the San Juan Island, Washington, in the US.

Best known for their protection of whales in confrontations with Russian, Norwegian and Japanese fleets, Sea Shepherd have defended dolphins, seals, sharks, penguins, turtles, fish, krill and aquatic birds from poaching, unsustainable fishing, and habitat destruction. They say: “We have to halt the destruction of life in our Ocean, for if life in the Ocean dies, we all die.” Conversely - protecting the ocean is the best method to prevent climate collapse.

Over 4 decades since it’s founding Sea Shepherd has become a global organization with a fleet of 12 ships and chapters all over the world. Maike Baun and Taïme Smit are associated with the most recently established chapter in Portugal. Maike is media coordinator and Taime is a marine biologist.

On June 21st, 2021, Maike Baun organized a zoom call to discuss the urgent topic of how climate change is impacting the oceans and how we can protect life on land by saving the ocean. These are excerpts from a 35 minute panel that is posted on YouTube under the title: The Impact of Climate Change on Marine Life.

For more information look up the website of https://seashepherd.org/

Paul Watson, most recently, is the author of URGENT, Save our ocean to survive climate change, published by Groundswell Books in September 2021. For more on that book come back when TUC Radio returns.

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