May 10, 2021
Not many people have the courage to go swimming in the ocean, even fewer are brave enough to dive into its depths for science. Today’s guest, Jill Heinerth is an underwater explorer, filmmaker, author, and avid speaker regarding the conservation of water and the planet. She has led hundreds of expeditions that have advanced scientific and geographic knowledge of the ocean.
Jill is an incredible woman who braves life or death situations in order to educate, motivate and further climate conservation on our planet. She was the first person to explore the inside of iceberg caves, and she has detailed her work on National Geographic, BBC, and the Discovery Channel.
On today’s episode, Jill discusses her adventurous life, the risks involved and the lessons she has learnt along the way. She also details the importance of climate conservation and education, so people will begin to work towards bettering the environment.