“Oceans are our life support system. If we remove our sharks, we will see our oceans die.”
Diana Crandall and Rebecca Gibian report from Talamanca, Costa Rica, on the intersection of education, technology and poverty in one of the most remote locations in the country.
“There’s less vegetation—it’s a little more warm.”
Homesickness, anxiety, anger and resentment are carry-on baggage.
“Remember, sex is only for the married people.”
Education plays a vital role in eradicating poverty. Geography dramatically helps or hinders economic success throughout life.
‘Pollution at the Pier: Surviving Your Swim in Santa Monica’ is a project conceptualized by journalist Diana Crandall that explores the problems, progress and future of the fight for sustainability in the water around the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California. To explore the project, book proposal and eBook sample chapters created by Diana,…
“…it was the first time I was seriously cautioned against ending up on the wrong end of Stewart’s skewer.”