Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Sylvia Earle visited the Petit Palais in Paris on Monday, presenting alongside legendary primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall about their message of hope for the planet and the launch of their new map created by Esri called the Tapestry of Hope. Together with a coalition of other experts, advocates, and CEOs, Drs. Earle and Goodall are participating in “Earth to Paris—Le Hub”— a high impact, global, multilingual event held during the COP21 summit to discuss creative and impactful climate solutions to inspire bold, meaningful action for people and the planet.
Watch the video of the Earth to Paris event below. Drs. Earle and Goodall go on stage at 01:09:26. Find the full lineup of presenters and the video in other languages at www.earthtoparis.org/event.
Tapestry of Hope
With generous support from Esri, the Jane Goodall Institute and Mission Blue are pleased to announce the launch of the Tapestry of Hope. Combining Dr. Goodall’s Roots & Shoots program with Dr. Earle’s Hope Spots initiative, the Tapestry of Hope map highlights thousands of local service projects working towards a sustainable future both on the ground and in the water. Read the full press release here and learn more on the Huffington Post blog.
Learn more about Dr. Sylvia Earle’s involvement with the COP21 climate summit as ambassador for the ocean here.