Cristina Mittermeier
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Cristina Mittermeier on Apr 16, 2024 | UCSB Arts & Lectures

Award-winning Conservation Photographer

Cristina Mittermeier

Between Land and Sea: Saving Our Oceans to Save Ourselves

Tue, Apr 16 | 7:30 PM
Campbell Hall
General Public $20 - $30
UCSB Student
(Current student ID required)
$10
All Student $10

Includes facility fee

“I want people to recognize that the ocean isn’t just a victim of climate change – it is our solution. If our oceans die – and they are dying – we will die with them. Life on Earth is not possible without a living ocean.” – Cristina Mittermeier

National Geographic photographer Cristina Mittermeier has dedicated her life to safeguarding the world’s oceans and inspiring millions to do the same. With a degree in biochemical engineering in marine sciences and training in fine art photography, she founded the International League of Conservation Photographers to drive conservation efforts through storytelling. She co-founded SeaLegacy, a nonprofit that works at the intersection of art, science and conservation to rewild the ocean for the benefit of biodiversity, humanity and climate stability. Born in Mexico, Mittermeier spends half the year living in Canada and the other half at sea aboard her research catamaran SeaLegacy I. Join Mittermeier as she shares images and stories from her travels and explores how inextricably linked we are to that most sacred element – water.

Tue, Apr 16 | 7:30 PM
Campbell Hall
General Public $20 - $30
UCSB Student
(Current student ID required)
$10
All Student $10

Includes facility fee


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Earth, Air, Fire, Water Series Sponsors: Patricia & Paul Bragg Foundation, Audrey & Timothy O. Fisher, Justin Brooks Fisher Foundation, and Sara Miller McCune

Additional support provided by the Beth Chamberlin Endowment for Cultural Understanding

Presented in association with Citizens' Climate Lobby, Community Environmental Council, Explore Ecology, The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, UCSB Bren School and UCSB Environmental Studies Program

Special Thanks:

Santa Barbara Independent  

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