..the WWF Dolphin doing a bad ass nose dive!
measuring over 5ft x 5ft
Professor Callum Roberts, ambassador of The WWF-UK will be naming him/her in the coming days, I am truly honoured by this.
'Callum Roberts is a marine scientist and conservationist at the University of York in England and author of The Unnatural History of the Sea (Island Press, 2007). His book charts the effects of 1000 years of hunting and fishing on ocean life and won the 2008 Rachel Carson Environment Book Award of the US Society of Environmental Journalists.
Callum’s research has revealed the extraordinary rise and fall of fisheries over the last 200 years, but also shows how life can make a remarkable comeback after protection is granted. His team at York provided the scientific case for the world’s first network of high seas marine reserves in the North Atlantic that in 2010 placed nearly 300,000km2 of ocean under protection.
Callum works with many environmental charities.As well as being a WWF UK Ambassador, he is board member of Seaweb, Fauna and Flora International and Blue Marine Foundation and advisor to The Manta Trust. His latest book, Ocean of Life: How our Seas are Changing (Allen Lane, 2012), explores how the oceans are changing under human influence, explains why many of those changes put ocean life and our own wellbeing at risk, and sets out how we must change course to avert disaster.'
Thank you to everyone who supports me.