OBR Brian Carlin

Simeon: Have been 70% of the way around the world, and haven't seen any wildlife. Just a few random dolphins. 12 or 13 years ago I remember a lot more; orcas, big whales... I don't know, it's the time of year or could be we need to find a biologist and get a proper explanation. Nicho, on the helm: You always hope it's better than it is, but the impact... The difference is quite scary. In certain areas you'd see schools of dolphins, 200, 300 of them. Albatrosses, dozens of them circling the boat in the Southern Ocean. This time it's been scary how little. Martine: 15,000 miles of sailing, and haven't seen... Nicho: It is a worry. Hopefully up here in the Gulf Stream we'll see rapid improvement. Nicolai: Main reason most of us do this race is to see the world, see wildlife, see the cities. But seeing pollution is dramatic. Hopefully we can turn the tide. Martine: Talks about the loss of wildlife. Emily: This is how nature resets itself. Probably won't happen in our lifetime. Seeing a huge decline in animals on land and out here. We're messing up, bigtime.

duration 00:03:11
leg Leg 8
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/9845.html
people Chris Nicholson, Emily Nagel, Martine Grael, Nicolai Sehested and Simeon Tienpont
published Mon, 30 Apr 2018 14:49:27 UTC
seconds 191
tags Environment, Environmentalism, Favorite, Hopefully We Can Turn The Tide, Marine Mammals, Mass Extinction, Pollution, Probably Won't Happen In Our Lifetime, This Is How Nature Resets Itself, We're Messing Up Bigtime and Wildlife
team Team AkzoNobel
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VYdR2mqXak