Sylvia Earle

Legend, heroine, role model, goddess

 

“No water, no life. If you think the ocean isn't important, imagine Earth without it... We need to respect the oceans and take care of them as if our lives depended on it.”

 

 

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There is so much to say about Sylvia Earle—Marine Biologist, National Geographic Explorer-In-Residence, a Time magazine "Hero for the Planet," winner of the TED Prize, creator of Hope Spots worldwide, leader of more than a hundred expeditions, diver with over 7,000 hours logged underwater, and author of more than 190 scientific, technical, and popular publications—that the only truly respectful thing, given limited space, is to say—Google her.

 

Because if you’re not familiar with what Sylvia Earle means to the world, you need to fill that gap. Now.

 

There is, we can safely say, no woman (or man) working on Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic ships who does not admire her greatly—for what she has accomplished, continues to, and will yet.

 

We celebrate her, with a deep bow, as one of the leading Women in our History, and in the annals of exploration.

 

 

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