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Wyland releases “Blues Planet: Sounds”

From renowned artist and filmmaker, Wyland comes ‘Blues Planet: Sounds,’ a new documentary narrated by Dr. Sylvia Earle. Featuring many of the world’s leading voices for conservation and original music from the Wyland Blues Planet Project by Taj Mahal, Rod Piazza, Steve Turre, Nick-I, and 40 more blues icons. It was recorded in New Orleans on the first anniversary of the Gulf Oil Disaster. ‘Blues Planet: Sounds’ is a powerful and moving visual masterpiece that sheds light on the environmental challenges of our day and the many people who through art, music, and science are today creating an environmental renaissance.…
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Dr. Earle & Wyland visit Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument at Midway Atoll

Join Dr. Sylvia Earle and wildlife artist & ocean conservationist Wyland as they explore Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument at Midway Atoll.  These are some of the first pictures to come from the expedition to the remote island chain. Dr. Earle was instrumental in the designation of these islands as a World Heritage Site, but this is her first actual visit, as it is for Wyland.  We can see that the group was fortunate enough to encounter sharks, the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal, as well as nesting Laysan Albatrosses.  Even given the great distance to major population centers from Midway, it is plagued by plastic pollution, most of it originating from sources on land. One study showed that 97.5% of Laysan Albatross chicks had plastic in their stomachs, and it is documented that forty percent die from it.…
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