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Fabien Cousteau's keynotes explore environmental topics and often touch on issues pertaining to preserving underwater ecosystems and sea creatures. Cousteau comes from a long line of oceanographic explorers including his father Jean-Michel Cousteau and his famous grandfather Jacques Cousteau. His passion for the ocean began at an early age.
Cousteau is a French filmmaker and scientist with a deep passion for life under the sea. Several of his educational films have been featured on networks like CBS including popular titles such as 'Shark: Mind of a Demon' and the National Geographic Explorer special feature 'Attacks of the Mystery Shark.'
In 2010 Cousteau created the Plant a Fish foundation that aims to bring back the number of creatures living in ecosystems located around the Maldives and Florida Keys areas.
Featured Keynote - Grounding Adventure in Curiosity
Fabien Cousteau's Exploration Talk Discusses Living Underwater
Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of famous ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, gives an intriguing exploration talk where he discusses how adventure is founded upon a curiosity to learn more. This same... Read More