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How can we strike a balance between environmental sustainability and economic realities? In this university podcast, aquatic filmmaker and oceanographic explorer Fabien Cousteau discusses the problem of the failing health of our planet as it relates to climate change, over-consumption of natural resources, and pollution. He offers glimpses of a public policy platform grounded by his strong belief that environmental discipline can be the basis for innovative solutions that strike a balance between regional and global environmental problems and the realities of market economies. Cousteau spoke at the USRio+2.0 Conference, hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Fabien Cousteau, an aquatic filmmaker and oceanographic explorer, joined his father, Jean-Michel, and Deep Ocean Odyssey, as the third generation to carry on the tradition of deep-ocean adventure and exploration originally pioneered by his grandfather more than half a century ago. He has successfully spearheaded new product development and business models for environmental sustainability, and recently co-launched Natural Entertainment, which is working on numerous projects related to exploration and environmental awareness through television and other media.