A Journey into the Deep Blue
Join us on June 22 at 6:30 p.m. ET as National Geographic explorer and world-renowned underwater photographer Brian Skerry takes us on a journey under the sea.
We'll dive deep into our oceans' coolest habitats and most incredible sea creatures, and share stories about the threats that they currently face. Then you'll learn about how you can take action to help protect and restore our oceans and all the life they support.
RSVP to come explore our oceans!
Brian Skerry, an 11-time Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner, is a photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife and underwater environments. Brian has worked with National Geographic since 1998 as an Explorer and Photographer and has won countless awards. His latest work, Secrets of the Whales, is airing on Disney+.
Linda Cabot is the founder and president of Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs. She credits a lifetime of sailing for her love affair with the ocean and believes in the power of the arts to raise awareness about ocean conservation. She serves on the Board of Women Working for Oceans (W2O) and is a trustee of the New England Aquarium.
Steve Blackledge directs the conservation program for Environment America, where he oversees campaigns to protect our oceans and lands, and save the wildlife that call them home. He led our campaign to pass the Great American Outdoors Act, which invests nearly $1 billion annually in conservation efforts.