Thursday, October 6, 2016
Sheraton Seattle Hotel
1400 6th Avenue, Seattle
“If the ocean were our retirement portfolio, we’d be worried,” says Dr. Elliott Norse. Author, scientist, teacher, advocate and founder of the Marine Conservation Institute, Dr. Norse is passionate about working to save the biological diversity of our planet. “I want people to understand that Earth’s biggest life support system is in trouble,” he says, “And if it goes, it takes us with it. It’s the battle of all battles, and one we’ve got to win.” Come be inspired by Dr. Norse’s vision for a healthy world ocean—and what each of us can do to help achieve it.
The wonder of marine life resonated with Dr. Norse early in life. At just five years old, while living in a home on an estuary in New York, the fascination of the sea anemones, crabs and fishes took hold and he make the decision to become a marine biologist. A global thinker who’s devoted his career to conserving life in our seas and forests, he worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the White House Council on Environmental Quality, the Ecological Society of America, The Wilderness Society and the Ocean Conservancy before founding Seattle’s Marine Conservation Institute in 1996.
SeaChange is a fundraising breakfast with a suggested $150 donation.
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