Videos

Perpetual Planet: Heroes of the Oceans

Legendary oceanographer Sylvia Earle and a cast of pioneering marine scientists tell the story of the incredible work being undertaken across the planet to protect the fragile ecosystem of our oceans. It’s a showcase of the wonder of the sea, of the living laboratory we all live in and of the vital science being carried out beneath the waves every single day.

Time Magazine Next Generation Leader 2020

With a quarter of all ocean fish depending on reefs during their life cycles, scientists say we urgently need to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions to preserve the essential habitats. “Unfortunately we aren’t acting quick enough on climate change, and that leaves a real problem for coral reefs,” says Emma Camp.

L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship

Coral biologist and marine bio-geochemist, Dr Emma Camp, fears coral reefs do not have that sort of time and is focusing her research on finding resistant corals that have the ability to deal with temperature, pH and oxygen stress.

National Geographic Festival Delle Scienze

With a quarter of all ocean fish depending on reefs during their life cycles, scientists say we urgently need to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions to preserve the essential habitats. “Unfortunately we aren’t acting quick enough on climate change, and that leaves a real problem for coral reefs,” says Emma Camp.

Young Innovators for the Sustainable Development Goals

Panel discussion. Guests: Emma Camp, Young Leader for the SDGs; Monika Seyfried, Winner, Summer of Solutions Circular Economy Challenge; Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, UN SDG Advocate.

National Geographic Explorer Festival 2019

Join us LIVE during the National Geographic Explorers Festival, which brings National Geographic Explorers and global changemakers together on stage to share discoveries, stories, and solutions for driving us toward a planet in balance.

UN Live: Youth and Climate Change

The SDG Media Zone — a live format of interviews, panel discussions and other digital content—seeks to create, connect, and highlight the initiatives that the global community is working on to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

National Geographic

#Explorerconnect

Explorer Emma Camp is a marine bio-geochemist. Her research looks at unusual reef environments like mangrove habitats. She’s working to understand the traits coral will require to survive future climate change.

UTS Science in Focus. Will coral reefs survive climate change?

The world’s coral reefs are under threat. Environmental changes such as warming waters and pollution are causing ocean acidification, coral disease and coral bleaching. Australia’s world heritage listed, the Great Barrier Reef is no exception.

New South Wales Teachers Association

GBR Legacy Research Expedition

Select media coverage from the research expedition.

The world’s toughest corals could help save dying reefs

Marine biologist Emma Camp studies the planet’s most resilient corals, hoping they can one day be used to replenish reefs degraded by climate change.