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Sea Change Project

Sea Change Project

Cape Town
South Africa

Founders: Craig Foster & Ross Frylinck

Executive Producer: Carina Rubin Frankal
Environmental Storyteller / Editor: Philippa Ehrlich
Documentarian /Social Media Strategist: Faine Pearl Loubser
Marine Biologist /Founder Sea Change Science Institute: Dr. Jannes Landschoff
Environmental Journalist / Heads Outreach: Swati Thiyagarajan
Runs Courses & Community Outreach: Lisa Beasley

Phone: +27 83 444 1244

Email: info@seachangeproject.co.za

Website: www.seachangeproject.com

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The Sea Change Project is a nonprofit Trust based in Cape Town, South Africa.

It involves a community of scientists, storytellers, journalists and filmmakers who are dedicated to raising awareness of the beauty and ecological importance of South Africa’s Great African Sea Forest.

We use media advocacy to protect the South African marine environment.

We’ve developed the concept of The Great African Sea Forest and our goal is to have it declared an UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.

We believe that if we can get others to regard it as one of the natural wonders of the world, they will be inspired to conserve it.



Sea Change Book

Sea Change Book: Primal Joy and the Art of Underwater Tracking
by Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck

There is a wild sea-forest growing beneath the wind and waves at the southern tip of Africa. Here, millions of creatures live in a borderless realm still ungoverned by man and it is strange and beautiful beyond the telling.

Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck grew up playing in these forests, and this early immersion in the ocean had a subtle and profound impact on the course of their lives. The book, edited by Philippa Ehrlich, documents their rediscovery of the forests of their childhood and showcases Craig’s photographic work over the past decade.

Craig has become a world expert in kelp forest ecology and developed the world’s first form of underwater tracking. Diving without wetsuits in the icy waters, both Ross and Craig discovered how immersion in the cold generated new reserves of energy for their minds and bodies, and how curious forest creatures became more receptive to them.

Buy an Hardcover copy or eBook here: seachangeproject.com/buy-book

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