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An Interview with WiseOceans… Carmen Toanchina from Manta Watch Camp

An Interview with WiseOceans… Carmen Toanchina from Manta Watch Camp From PR Manager to setting up a manta conservation organisation, how did Carmen do it? Find out from Carmen herself in this great interview. Carmen shows that enthusiasm and never giving up on your goals will lead to great things. Name: Carmen Toanchina Job Title: Project Leader & Co-founder Manta […]

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An Interview with WiseOceans… Anna Bunney from ORCA

An Interview with WiseOceans… Anna Bunney from ORCA If whales and dolphins are your thing then this interview with Anna is a must read.  Also if you think dream marine conservation jobs are all off in the tropics Anna will tell you otherwise! Name: Anna Bunney Job Title: Education Coordinator (previously Community Wildlife Officer) Organisation: ORCA What inspired you to […]

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Krishna doing CoralWatch

An Interview with WiseOceans… Krishna Ashok from WiseOceans

An Interview with WiseOceans… Krishna Ashok from WiseOceans We thought you might like to hear about how the WiseOceans team got to where they are today, so we’ve been interviewing ourselves this week! We peeled Krishna away from his ‘desk’ on the beach at Four Seasons Resort Seychelles to answer our questions. Name: Krishna Ashok Job Title: Marine Educator […]

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An interview with WiseOceans… Alan Kavanagh from Zoox

An interview with WiseOceans… Alan Kavanagh from Zoox Here it is! The second instalment in our ‘Interviews with WiseOceans’ feature.  Have your notepad at the ready, you’ll need to jot down these great tips for planning your next career move! Name: Alan Kavanagh Job Title: Programmes Officer Organisation: Zoox What inspired you to pursue a career in marine […]

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Diving for Data

Diving for Data Emily Cunningham, Living Seas Officer, The Wildlife Trusts   Imagine you’re on your safety stop after an incredible dive. Sunlight glints off a shoal of silvery fish as they throng above a reef, rich with life and colour, seemingly centimetres beneath your fins. Out of the corner of your eye, another glint […]

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The Wild Lens team are sharing their next adventure down to the Sea of Cortez to document the survival effort of the vaquita.  There will be an array of  happenings including a 2 month survey by NOAA and the Mexican government. 60 Minutes will also being doing a story on the vaquita with correspondent Anderson Cooper while […]

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