JIP 078: Marina Banfi

Marina Banfi

Marina Banfi: traveling and connecting with the ocean In today’s episode we welcome our friend Marina. Marina grew up in Argentina (with 4 sisters including a twin sister), and was very fortunate to travel a lot during her youth with her family. This gave her a taste for traveling which became a huge part of…

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JIP 075: Caiti Waks

Caiti Waks

Caiti Waks: Debris Free Oceans Caiti is the co-founder of Debris Free Oceans, a non-profit organization based in Miami fighting plastic pollution. Caiti always had a special attachement to the ocean and environment. But in middle school she read a book that changed her life forever (listen to the episode to find out which book…

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JIP 074: Danny Rodriguez

Danny Rodriguez

Danny Rodriguez: BLUE Missions In 2007, when Danny was a junior in high-school, he went to Dominican Republic to work for an organization to bring clean water to a remote community on the island. This project totally changed his life, and 3 years later in 2010, he co-founded BLUE Missions with his sister. The BLUE…

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JIP 044: Marion Chaygneaud-Dupuy

Marion Chaygneaud-Dupuy

Marion Chaygneaud-Dupuy: cleaning Mount Everest Marion was born in France, but in a sense, her heart & soul belongs to Tibet. At 16 years old she went to India. This trip totally changed her life & she decided to go back a couple of years later to join a Buddhist monastery where she spent 4…

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JIP 017: Jessica Pate

Jessica Pate

Jessica Pate: a dive into Manta rays & marine biology Jessica is a marine biologist specializing in Manta rays in Florida. She talks to us about the struggles of working in research & environment, the best bits of her job and she also gives us some great information about the beautiful & majestic Manta rays…

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