Environmentalists, activists and explorers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, share their passion and drive to try and work towards a peaceful existence between humans and animals.
More than a photographer for fashion publications, Alexi Lubomirski came to the world’s attention when he was commissioned to photograph the official engagement and wedding portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
As daughter to Ted Turner, being an activist for good and environmentally conscious is in Laura Turner Seydel’s DNA. “I am passionate about health, quality of life and future of our children.”
Sisters Melati and Isabel Wisen talk about their environmental organization called BBPB, which stands for Bye Bye Plastic Bags. It was founded in Bali in 2013 when Melati was 12 years old and Isabel was 10 years old.
For nearly two decades Debbie Levin has been a driving force in raising awareness for the environment through the organization, the Environmental Media Association (EMA). In her role as president she has created the EMA awards in L.A, engaging with the new generation in the entertainment industry to get involved and be more conscious towards planet earth.
A designer, artist, and conservationist. Jay was recognized as a named and Emerging Explorer by National Geographic in 2014. Her digital billboard for ‘March for Elephants’ which she created in 2013 was viewed by over 1.5 million people in New York’s Time Square.
A successful lawsuit which brought attention to contaminated drinking water in the mid-nineties, led to a film starring Julia Roberts, titled Erin Brockovich in 2000. It was the largest settlement ever in direct-action lawsuit in America. Brockovich continues to tackle head on environmental issues.