Tech at Sea: How Oceana, SkyTruth & Google Are Bringing Transparency to the Oceans


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The world's oceans are vast and at risk from a wide range of threats: global warming, overfishing, pollution, and more. How do we begin the monumental task of saving them, and what role does technology have in that process? The CEO of Oceana, the world's largest organization dedicated to ocean conservation, illustrates how they've worked with major tech players to combat the problem of law enforcement on the seas. Guest: Andrew Sharpless, Oceana

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