In this episode we share that a new country now tops the charts for the most deaths of environment defenders, corals might like sea level rise over the short term, a teenager won a bunch of money for a new process that could help clear our water of micro-plastics (also see here), and The Skimmer by OCTO is out for this month.
OCTOPOD: The OCTO Podcast
OCTOPOD is OCTO's flagship podcast, keeping you up-to-date with the latest news and research from the world of sustainable ocean management and conservation. Find out what's happening in your oceans with Nick, Allie, and Raye — your regular OpenChannels Team!
We plan to release a new 10-20 minute episode each week.
You may browse individual episodes of OCTOPOD below.
Raye and Nick are back to bring you recent news and reports. Raye talks about Japan's commercial whaling program and Nick discusses two recent reports from the European Marine Board. Enjoy! And, please visit our show notes to read the full articles!
In this special interview episode Allie and Nick speak with Julie Kuchepatov, who works as the Seafood Director at Fair Trade Certified, about her interesting path into that career and why Fair Trade and certification programs are important for both communities who fish and consumers.
In this episode Allie dives into a recently released journal article on using photos and citizen scientists to conduct research and Raye struggles to speak... but also tells us about some new indicators that could be used to help manage overfishing. Finally we invite you to join Team OCTO for the Plastic Free EcoChallenge!
This episode features Allie and Nick talking about lots of recent happenings in the marine world. We mention Palau making some changes to their protected area plans, a world record for an underwater clean-up event, THC in the Puget Sound, a cool new way to visualize climate change, and some issues with where to put dead whales.
In this episode of OCTOPOD, Raye and Nick bring you a sneak peak to what Raye will be presenting on at the IMBeR Future Oceans 2 Conference in Brest, France. Can you guess? Well, listen to the full episode to get caught up on the history behind our current academic publishing system.