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Encore! Originally aired December 18
Monday, March 22 | 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM CST (4:30 PM – 5:00 PM EST)
Duration: 30 min
Congratulations to Planet911 Youth Reporter Kehkeshan Basu – now named to Forbes 2020 30 under 30. Kehkeshan hosts Planet911 Youth Reports recurring segment on the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals. This episodes’ SDG Segment focuses on SDG 14 – Under the Sea.
Description: In a challenge to all of us, Planet911 Youth Reporter Taegen Yardley shares her film explaining biodiversity and asks the questions – “If not me, Who?” Who will protect our Planet? Gregoire Moisson shares beautiful videos of animals in nature introducing us to EarthXR Wild at Home 360 nature videos. EarthEcho International Youth leader, biology researcher and role model for young female scientists, Madison Toonder, moderates an interesting panel on Sea Turtles and the importance of biodiversity and protecting their habitats
Guest(s): Christopher D. Marshall, Director, Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research, Department of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston
Ibrahi Rodriguez Larreta, EarthEcho Youth Leader, Sustainable Ocean Alliance Member, Latin American Ocean Learning Labs Opening Speaker, Mexico’s Ocean Solutions Hub Leader
Anna DeMotte, Texas A&M University Student and Stranded Sea Turtle Responder for the Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Resarch
Moderator(s): Madison Toonder – Vanderbilt University Student studying Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology – Pre-Vet track, Earth Echo Youth Leadership Council member, Past Sea Rise Up delegate and published Author; her research is listed as one of Business Insider’s “Most Brilliant Scientific Discoveries that People Under 15.”