If you're tired of all the negativity in the news and looking for a bit of hope and inspiration, you'll enjoy this healthy dose of ocean optimism from the experts at The Marine Mammal Center, a global leader in marine mammal health, science and conservation and the largest marine mammal hospital in the world.
Chef and sustainable seafood expert Jennifer Bushman, and marine biologist Adam Ratner will highlight recent progress on major conservation issues like sustainable seafood, climate change, and ocean trash. Explore promising solutions happening on a global scale to protect people, animals and ecosystems, and see the actions you can take in your own community that will give you hope for the future.
Adam Ratner joined The Marine Mammal Center in 2009. As the Associate Director of Conservation Education, he challenges visitors to the hospitals and community partners to think differently about ocean conservation using the stories of individual patients that are rescued by the Center. He incorporates topics including climate change, ocean trash, and sustainable seafood into the Center’s messaging, providing the spark of inspiration and empowerment that allow others to see themselves as the heroes of their community and environment. Adam was named one of the 30 under 30 Game Changers for the Planet by the North American Association for Environmental Education, serves as chair of the national Training Committee of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation, and is currently the Executive Chair of the Bay Area Climate Literacy Impact Collaborative.
About Private Ocean
Private Ocean is a West Coast-based wealth management firm deliberately structured to give clients the intimate experience of a small firm while harnessing the power, depth and discipline of a much larger one. Formed in 2009, Private Ocean (www.privateocean.com) combined two of the oldest privately-held wealth management firms in the San Francisco Bay Area. The firm has over $2.3 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2019, and has locations in San Rafael, San Francisco, and Seattle. Private Ocean works with senior executives, business owners and other affluent individuals with a minimum of $2 million to invest.
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