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The Team in Oman

Adventures in Oman

Team members Nan Daeschler Hauser, Stan Wolfgramm, Natalie Barefoot, Hind the Saint of all Beings, and Colin Brown just spent time in Oman exploring possibilities of finding solutions for two endangered populations of humpback whales. Oman has the last endangered non-migratory population of humpbacks, while Oceania has the last endangered population of migratory humpbacks. Despite being on the opposite sides of the planet, we have many of the same issues and problems. We hope to learn together how we can protect these amazing whales.  

 

 

Glackma 2019

After traveling for more than 35 hours, crossing the Middle East, and losing her luggage, Nan Daeschler Hauser landed in Spain on Thursday (21 Feb). Nan is a special guest Speaker at the “Congresso GLACKMA Asturias – 2019.” The event is taking place in a coastal city in northern Spain, called Gijon.

She will be sharing her passion and her extraordinary work with more than 500 participants that are coming from all around Spain. After three decades of giving lectures and presentations around the world, this is the first time that Nan has been to Spain.

She is very excited to be here and so grateful to be part of this event. The event is organized by Carlos Caraglia. Carlos is a dedicated videographer and photographer that is committed to nature and climate change. His goal is to show the reality of climate change of the planet through amazing video and photography. Carlos is devoted and carrying out awareness-raising campaigns for the environment. This GLACKMA event brings together great collaboration between amazing people with inspiring stories.  

Thanks again GLACKMA for organizing the event and bringing together a great mix of professionals with important goals.

To watch a wonderful video about THE EARTH 360º GLACKMA Conference click here:   https://vimeo.com/324872179

Giants of the sea

Its always a joy to work with such a great film crew!

Doing an interview for the Giants of the Sea last week in Amsterdam.

Thanks everyone that was involved, especially my dear old friend Arjen Van Eijk.

Hans Duijfs birthday generosity!

A wonderful night at Hans Duijf’s new restaurant “aMusée” near the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam! Hans was generous enough to give up his birthday presents and asked his guests to please make a donation to rebuild the Whale Research Center in Rarotonga. It was a wonderful evening with many great people, including two Dutch Navy Admirals and their wives. The guests were lucky enough to see the premier showing of “Whale Guardian,” a new film about Nan Hauser’s work. The food was amazing, which was no surprise, since Hans previously owned “Pasta e Basta,” one of Amsterdam’s most well know restaurants.

Thank you Hans and Suzie for your generosity and unbelievable love for the whales!

Heres a link to his new restaurant https://www.amusee-amsterdam.com

Alexandra Sorgennicht

 

A very special evening full of love and gratitude with amazing and inspiring people.
Thanks so much to all that attended the evening, and to Alexandra Sorgenicht Institut für Intuitionstraining for putting a lot of effort and time into this amazing film!!! We had a blast and we are very grateful for all!
“Five Women/ Five Oceans” has been the largest outpour of support.