Enjoy this sneak peek of One World Ocean's 2012 original online series, which dive deep into a wide range of ocean topics, from top weekly ocean news, incredible footage and stories from OWOO's expeditions, to insider access into the most sustainable seafood restaurants in the U.S, and more!
oneworldoneocean.org -- The first episode of Artists & Oceans, an original One World One Ocean series, showcases the work of painter Emilio Perez and how his art is influenced by the movement of the ocean. Check out oneworldoneocean.org to learn more about ways you can help protect our oceans.
oneworldoneocean.org -- An original One World One Ocean series, Boat To Belly highlights the key champions of the sustainable seafood movement and reveals how fish make their way into some of the most popular restaurants. To learn more about sustainable seafood and protecting our ocean, please visit oneworldoneocean.org.
Check out how Dr. Neil Hammerschlag and his University Of Miami crew tag sharks in the Berry Islands, Bahamas to study their migration patterns and thus, better protect them. You can learn more about UM's shark conservation program and follow Berry The Tiger Shark here: rjd.miami.edu/learning-tools/follow-sharks/track-berry.html
Special thanks to Summit Series, University Of Miami, Waitt Institute and The Nature Conservancy for making this video possible. Learn more about Summit Series at: summitseries.com/
oneworldoneocean.org -- One World One Ocean is a multi-platform, multi-year campaign dedicated to using the power of film, television and new media to spark a global grassroots movement for the ocean.
Filming in 40 locations in 5 oceans, and using the latest IMAX and 3D digital technology, One World One Ocean will bring to life the world of the oceans, inspiring people to act on its behalf through compelling content.
One World One Ocean is the brainchild of Greg MacGillivray of MacGillivray Freeman Films, the largest independent producer of IMAX films.