COUSTEAU, Philippe Jr., M.A.

USA, France (1980- )

Last updated: January 25, 2020 at 16:22 pm

Environmentalist; author; public speaker; film producer; earned an M.A. in History at St. Andrews University in Scotland; co-founder of EarthEcho International in 2000 to “empower youth to take action that protects and restores our water planet”; co-founder of Azure Worldwide which succeeded Thalassa Ventures Corporation in 2007; former Chief Ocean Correspondent for Animal Planet; co-hosted Oceans series on BBC Two; CNN correspondent; host of Xploration Awesome Planet; has served on the Board of Directors of the Ocean Conservancy, National Environmental Education Foundation, and the Marine Conservation Institute; son of Philippe Cousteau and Jan Sullivan Cousteau.

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