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The author of The Blue Economy speaks to Cazmir Leenheer about the myriad challenges facing the planet, the need for action and how we all want to dream big.
A nuclear-powered ship full of scientists, activists and billionaires, sailing the world and examining the state of the oceans.
The confluence of science and superyachts may sound a bit far-fetched, but Earth 300 wants to save the world aboard this radical new superyacht.
What you’re looking at is a nuclear-powered research vessel that’s the size of a cruise ship and packed with 22 laboratories.
This superyacht is designed to attract the best and brightest minds in exploring and combating climate change, a “science city” on the water.
Entrepreneur Aaron Olivera aims to raise environmental awareness by bringing climate experts, activists and tycoons together on a yacht to travel the world.
This insane gigayacht has enough space for 160 scientists and features 22 state-of-the-art laboratories for oceanic research.
A superyacht that aims to be the ‘Noah’s Ark of science’ is in the works. Plans for the Earth 300 vessel reveal it could hold 160 scientists from across the globe.
One of the youngest crew members to have served aboard Calypso under Jacques Cosuteau, Damien Leloup, is currently a Research Associate at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia.
Next up is the founder of Iddes Yachts, Ivan Salas Jefferson. Ivan worked closely with Earth 300’s founder to design the formidable Earth 300 vessel.
Technological innovation has never been faster. But Paolo Moretti, CEO or RINA Services, believes that Earth 300 is a game changer. RINA’s third party certification services give an independent guarantee of compliance with associated regulatory standards.
Solving the critical questions facing humanity needs a new way of thinking. Beverly Goodman, a Marine Geoarchaeologist at Haifa University, believes that Earth 300 is placing science at the forefront and is providing the tools, technology and talent to effect real change.
The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow. Cazmir Leenheer, a ethics and politics major at Bard College, knows that she and her contemporaries will have to deal with the consequences of human-induced climate change.
A research scientist at UC San Diego and ocean exploration advisory board member of the NOAA, Dominique Rissolo believes that understanding our planet in big and bold new ways is the key to our future on this planet.
The aviation industry may not be the first you think of when it comes to solving climate change, but every area of human activity has its impact on the environment. Matteo Atti, Global Head of Marketing and Innovation at VistaJet is one such agent of change.