Ep 8. Clothing, Climate and Circularity
With Guest Host Finisterre Product Director, Debbie Luffman
We are back this week with another special of sorts and a slight diversion from our usual subjects.Following on from an initial prelude conversation during our Sea7 Ocean Activist Training Camp, we’re diving back into the debate of clothing and climate and the role the fashion industry and businesses like ourselves play.As such, we assembled a group of leading creatives, climate strategists, consumer and circular innovators to engage in an uncomfortable conversation if you will, discussing everything consumerism, carbon, circularity,...
Ep 7. With Courage, an RNLI special.
This week for episode 7 of the show we have a slightly different set up to celebrate the launch of our latest collaboration with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution aka. The RNLI. Born from a shared love and respect for the sea, our collaboration with the RNLI draws inspiration from British seafaring heritage and the hardiness of the human spirit, with 10% of every sale from the collection going to support the vital work of the charity that saves lives...
Ep 6. Waves for Change - Tim Conibear & Apish Tshetsha
An Ocean for Everyone
In episode 6 we are joined by two great guests by way of Tim Conibear and Finisterre Ambassador Apish T - the two founding fathers of South Africa’s Wave For Change. Waves for Change harnesses the power of surfing to provide psycho-social support to vulnerable children in South Africa in what is fast becoming widely recognised as Surf Therapy.
Ep 5. Sam Bencheghib
Ocean to Ocean
For Episode 5 we’re joined by the inspiring, Sam Bencheghib. Sam is an Environmentalist, a lifelong ocean campaigner, a filmmaker and I guess you would also now call, Athlete having just last year completed his 3,055 mile (5,000km) run across America - crossing mountains, deserts, and cities to raise awareness of marine pollution.
Ep 4. Charles Post
The currency of conservation is passion
This next episode comes from the vault - recorded a couple of months back as I caught up with the fascinating, multifaceted, Charles Post. Charles is a Ecologist, Filmmaker, Explorer and lifelong surfer based out of Montana in the US.
Ep 3. Pippa Ehrlich
My Octopus Teacher
For episode 3 of Hell or High Water were joined by Pippa Ehrlich. Pippa is a conservation journalist, a filmmaker and Director of the hit Netflix Documentary, My Octopus Teacher.
Ep 2. Pete Goss, MBE
'The Everest of Sailing'
For Episode 2 we welcomed Pete Goss to the show. A Gentleman of the sea and an old friend of the brand, over the years Pete has captivated us with his innate ability to tell extraordinary stories. A sailor recognised and revered for his seamanship and triumph over adversity, Pete is also an adventurer in the truest sense of the word.
Ep 1. Easkey Britton
For Episode 1 of HELL OR HIGH WATER we welcomed Finisterre Ambassador, Easkey Britton to the show. Irish surfing champion and pioneering big wave surfer, social scientist and artist; from Ireland to Iran, many here will be familiar with Easkey’s journey through surf