Our guest on this week’s episode is Sylvia Earle, marine biologist and legendary explorer, who is also a Rolex Testimonee. Earle has spent most of her life studying the sea and its marine life, and in our interview, she tells us about her latest project, Mission Blue, which identifies Hope Spots around the world, spots in the ocean that need our attention, and she brings communities together to make an improvement and care for the seas.

Earle is 83 years old, and this is her most ambitious project yet. So tune into the episode to find out more.

But before we jump into the interview, we have to address the latest news: what’s happening to SIHH?

If you’re following the news, you will know already that SIHH as we know it is no more. Instead, 2020’s watch fair will be renamed to Watches and Wonders Geneva. The name should sound familiar to many, as it has made previous appearances in Hong Kong and Miami.

So what does the new show entail? And what does it mean for the industry? Tune in to find out!

Rolex Testimonee Sylvia Earle (Photo by David Doubilet)
Rolex Testimonee Sylvia Earle (Photo by David Doubilet)

Show Notes

(00:05) Introduction

(00:29) What’s happening to SIHH?

(07:25) Interview with Sylvia Earle

(38:52) Outro

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