National Geographic

Here are some documentaries I made for National Geographic about taking care of the ocean. This work is part of the doctoral research of Priscilla Campos at the University of Aveiro / Portugal on the study of interdisciplinarity conservation of the human-nature relationship as a contribuition to the biodiversity of Brazilian coral reefs and ocean…

A Marine Mentality Can Save the Ocean?

In 2013 was created by NOAA, the Ocean Literacy – OL “the essential principles and fundamental concepts of the sea sciences for apprentices of all ages”. There are seven essential principles of OL: 1) The Earth has a global and very diverse Ocean; 2) The Ocean and marine life have a strong action in the…

1 Specie, More Than 1000 Deaths

In Brazil is happening one phenomenon very curious: 1 specie of soft coral is killing hundreds of other corals. The problem is that it species killed are species building of reefs and without them no exist a reef. The scientists not discovered yet what cause this ecology imbalance. But the studies appoint that the cause…

Citizen Responsible for Sustainable Present

We human beings press the balance of the planet in different ways. We overload the systems by the irrational use of resources and the generation of waste that modify the natural cycles generating what many authors call a socioenvironmental crisis, with risks of collapsing the system and endangering all forms of life on earth including…

The Ocean is our Common Home – The Blue Planet

OCEAN – Creator and life-sustaining system The Ocean is the defining feature of our planet. It has a vital role in climate regulation, carbon storage, food webs, and the provision of all life on Earth. We have a single ocean interconnected by ocean basins: Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Antarctic; which provides a link between…

Introducing Priscilla Campos

Hey all! I’m inviting you to board on mine imaginary sailing boat and come with me to the place where the wind blows harder, to dive on the salt water and getting to know a little bite more about the deep sea, that says more about ourselves than we can imagine! Here we will exchange…