I am really excited to announce that I will be presenting Water the Essential at Soho White City in London on the 2nd of July. Along with Callum Roberts author of Oceans of Life and Amber Nuttall from the Blue Marine Foundation, we will discuss potential action plans to created a long term water sustainability both on land and in the oceans.
If you are interested in coming please RSVP me below. The numbers are limited.
Water the Essential how can we create a sustainable water future?
Enjoy and evening of presentations with Vaughan James a photographer with his project Water the Essential, raising awareness of water issues around the world, along with Callum Roberts, author of Oceans of Life and Amber Nuttell, ambassador for the Blue Marine Foundation.
But more importantly how can you get involved, to help create a sustainable future?
How can you start your own project or support others?
Vaughan James is a photographer, working on his ongoing project Water the Essential, with the goal to raise awareness of water issues around the world.
There are 7.7 billion people on this planet and the one thing that unites us, is not race or religion but water, and it`s up to all of us to do something about.
Through the exhibition of his photographs he is engaging people in discussions about water and what it means for life on this planet.
Callum Roberts, is the author of Oceans of Life which details the state of our oceans and what we can do now, to protect the future of life in the sea.
He is an internationally renowned marine biologist and author, who is also a consultant for the Blue Planet TV series and is working with organizations to make a change.
He is also a professor at the University of York in the Environment and Geography department. Currently, Callum's research focuses on human impacts on marine ecosystems.
Amber Nuttall is an ambassador for the Blue Marine Foundation, which was founded in 2010 to enable the creation of Marine reserves and establish models of sustainable fishing.
She has raised money for marine conservation by paddle boarding from Source to Sea, on the River Thames and is the first woman, to paddle the English Channel and
circumnavigate the island of New Providence in the Bahamas. Inspired by her childhood experiences in the Bahamas, she works tirelessly to protect marine life and educate people on what they can do to create a sustainable planet.
Vaughan James is a photographer and writer based in Zurich Switzerland