The folks at the World Ocean Observatory recently celebrated a pretty impressive milestone: 600 episodes of World Ocean Radio.
According to World Ocean Observatory Founder and Director Peter Neill:
“It was in 2009 that the show first began with encouragement from WERU-FM Community Radio in Blue Hill, Maine. Today #WorldOceanRadio is heard via countless college and community radio stations around the United States and in select regions in New Zealand, Hong Kong and Africa. Thanks to the rise in social media these last number of years we are now broadcast worldwide, reaching millions of listeners connected by the sea.”
The special anniversary episode looks back to “the state of the ocean when the show first began, where we are now, and where we could be headed if we so choose to employ the many tools at our disposal to sustain our water planet,” Neill said.
Check out that cool episode here.