Saving People by Saving Sharks.

Presented by Jeff Litton- Introduction by Jeff Wenzel

In the words of Jacques Cousteau, “People protect what they love.” Jeff uses film and photography to inspire people to care about the planet.

His footage has been featured on National Geographic, and he works with environmental organizations on special media projects to inspire environmental justice in different countries. During a recent trip to Columbia, he presented a coproduction with Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to a group of 130 environmental lawyers from 16 different nations to share the gravity of the shark fin industry and to help inspire a new day in environmental justice for sharks.

Born and raised in Grass Valley, California, he now works around the world to film and share the message of conservation. He’s spent 4 years filming aboard the National Geographic expedition ships. His film projects can also be found on Google Earth, Japanese national television, and environmental film festivals along the pacific coast.

He continues to work on environmental films, and also as a Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic Certified Photo Instructor.

With camera in hand, he sets out to inspire people to protect Planet Earth.

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Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 12:00

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