Media outlets and academics, from grade school to college, are always looking for background research material. The RTSea Archive provides a resource for searching articles and observations that cover a range of issues having to do with ocean conservation, sharks, and nature in general. Some might be topical or time-sensitive, but many, unfortunately, represent issues that still challenge us today.
I will be less of a frequent contributor as I will be devoting attention to important projects that have been a bit neglected over the past year. I'd like to think that what can be found in this archive is more insightful, well thought out information and not just cyberspace opinion and hyperbole. Personal blog postings will appear from time to time in my website's blog.
Please feel free to search the RTSea Archive using the two search tools listed on the site. For those of you who have followed my contributions over the past 5 years, I truly appreciate your interest and hope that you continue to check in.
Remember that conservation is more than a fan club, a trend or a cause du jour. It needs to be real, it needs to be proactive. If you are dedicated, then work towards bringing it to the widest possible audience.
Cinematographer, Media Consultant, Project Manager