Ocean Protect Podcast

About

The health of our oceans is under major threat. Every week, Jeremy Brown (Co-Founder of Ocean Protect) and Brad Dalrymple (Environmental Engineer with Ocean Protect) host a variety of guests, including scientists, educators, activists, and politicians – to discuss the key issues affecting the health of our oceans – and what can be done about it. This podcast is for anyone interested in learning more about the health of our oceans, the key pressures, and potential solutions.


Disclaimer:

This podcast is for general discussion purposes, and the views expressed by its hosts and guests are opinions only. Care has been taken in the preparation of this podcast, however no guarantee, representation or warranty is given or made as to the accuracy or completeness of the information conveyed. Listeners seeking information relevant to their own personal circumstances should seek independent advice as appropriate. To the maximum extent permitted at law, IES Stormwater Pty Ltd and its affiliates, and the hosts and guests of this podcast, exclude liability for any loss or damage to any party caused by or arising from reliance on its content.    

Ocean Protect

24 Episodes

Episodes

Lautaro Parra is a free-diver instructor in Sydney, but this chat is all about his experience as a commercial diver on salmon farms in Chile. In particular, we discuss the... more

07/18/2021 | 53 MINS

Ocean trash with Jeremy & Brad

Jeremy and Brad discuss some of the latest science on ocean trash, published last month in the Nature Sustainability Journal. We talk about what's in it, where it's coming from,... more

Jeremy Brown makes a return as co-host in Episode Number 100 of the Ocean Protect Podcast. For further information about Ocean Protect, check us out at www.oceanprotect.com.au Details about the Franc... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Lottie. The first part was released last week. Useful links: https://banish.com.au/ BRAD (Banish Recycling And Disposal Program): https://banish.com.au/pages/recycling-program... more

Banishing waste from your life isn't easy, but Lottie Dalziel is making it so. Lottie has taken her entrepreneurial flair and passion for the planet to help Australian's reduce their... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Khory, with the first part released last week. Useful links: https://khoryhancock.com/ Our first chat with Khory "Reversing climate... more

Khory Hancock (aka 'The Environmental Cowboy') is back for his second appearance on the Ocean Protect Podcast. We take a deep dive into the science of regenerative agriculture and deep... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Shannon (Chief Butt Officer of No More Butts), with the first part released last week. Useful links: No... more

Cigarette butts are a very big little problem - with some 8 Billion littered every year in Australia alone. Butts are also NOT biodegradable and are actually plastic, and can... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Pieter Jan Kole, a part-time student at the Open University of the Netherlands. Part one was released last... more

Pieter Jan Kole is a part-time student at the Open University of the Netherlands. Recently observing tyre debris at a Formula 1 race track got Pieter thinking about tyre wear... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Megan Grant, a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania and AdrfitLab. Part one was released last week.... more

Megan Grant is a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania and AdrfitLab. We had so much fun chatting to Megan last year, that she just had to come back... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Dr Jack Auty, a lecturer at the University of Tasmania. Part one was released last week. Useful links:... more

Dr Jack Auty is a lecturer at the University of Tasmania, investigating the innate immune system with a particular focus on how inflammation can contribute to disease. In this fascinating... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Lynton Mortensen. The first part was released last week. Useful links: Adrift Lab's fund-raising page for Lynton's swim:... more

Lynton Mortensen is a mild-mannered lawyer on land, but a 'sea bull' in water. He's the first Australian and only the 12th person in the world to complete the 'Oceans... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Lucille Chapuis, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. Part one was released last week. Useful links:... more

Lucille Chapuis is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, and was part of a global team of scientists that documented how ocean soundscapes have changed, explored all... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Daman Lettoof - a PhD Candidate at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. The first part was released... more

We kick off season 3 of the Ocean Protect Podcast with Damian Lettoof - a PhD Candidate at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. Damien has been catching and analysing... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Dr Hardesty, with the first part released last week. Useful links: Dr Denise Hardesty: https://people.csiro.au/h/d/denise-hardesty CSIRO article (2020),... more

Dr Denise Hardesty is Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, based in Hobart, Tasmania. She has been leading a diverse array of research projects for the past 10... more

This is the second (and final) part of our two-part chat with Mat Grills. The first part was released last week. To find out more about Mat and his adventures... more

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