#10 - Ray Hilborn - Seaspiracy

Ray Hilborn is a Volvo Environmental Prize Winner; author of six books on sustainable fisheries and is one of the principle scientists operating the Alaska Salmon Program for the University of Washington in Bristol Bay. Ray and Mark break down the new Seaspiracy Netflix documentary, challenging the idea that there is no such thing as a sustainable fishery.

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Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣⁣
Produced: Tyler White⁣⁣
Edited: Patrick Troll⁣⁣
Music: Whiskey Class⁣⁣
⁣⁣Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
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Creators and Guests

Mark Titus
Mark Titus
Mark Titus is the creator of Eva’s Wild and director of the award winning films, The Breach and The Wild. He’s currently working on a third film in his salmon trilogy, The Turn. In early 2021, Mark launched his podcast, Save What You Love, interviewing exceptional people devoting their lives in ways big and small to the protection of things they love. Through his storytelling, Mark Titus carries the message that humanity has an inherent need for wilderness and to fulfill that need we have a calling to protect wild places and wild things.
Ray Hilborn
Ray Hilborn
Ray Hilborn is a marine biologist and fisheries scientist, known for his work on conservation and natural resource management in the context of fisheries. He is currently professor of aquatic and fishery science at the University of Washington.
#10 - Ray Hilborn - Seaspiracy
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