GRANTS PASS, Ore. (PRWEB) January 23, 2019
Date aired: January 21st, 2019
Guest: John Gemmill, CEO Clean Ocean Foundation, Victoria, Australia
Water Life Science® provocateur Sharon Kleyne is startled by the lack of education that unwittingly aids a global water crisis and imperils the health of billions of people around the world. “Ignorance, stress and emotion cause more water evaporation, and so does more garbage in our oceans,” says Water Life Science® lifestyle founder Kleyne. “Too many people don’t know enough about water, water evaporation and how to live with the rhythm of the earth.” Water Life Science® challenger Kleyne explains that earth must live in balance with the rhythm of the solar system and that people must learn to live with the rhythm of both. Water Life Science® researcher Kleyne would like to see everyone try to be more like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, “Brady always gets his team in rhythm with himself, and that’s why he’s so successful,” adds Water Life Science® quarterback Kleyne.
John Gemmill, CEO of the Clean Ocean Foundation in Australia, agrees with her. “I was someone who got picked up by the hurly-burly of people polluting the ocean,” says Gemmill on Kleyne’s internationally syndicated weekly talk radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C. “Things were out of balance,” adds Gemmill, “and I wanted to get involved and do something about it, especially as a surfer, scuba diver and lover of our oceans.”
Gemmill’s Clean Ocean Foundation spearheads a number of clean-up and educational initiatives that are raising awareness about water pollution and cleaning up vast segments of the oceans. Readers can learn more about these initiatives and groundbreaking work by visiting these links: https://www.cleanocean.org/news/plastics-microplastics-outfalls
Gemmill, also a chemical engineer, acupuncturist, naturopath and Tai Chi practitioner, describes how in Australia new designers of habitats are ‘greening’ communities, making them cooler and allowing more communities to grow food. Gemmill also praised Australian school systems for offering more water and climate education. He notes that students all over the country recently went on strike for a day to demand from complacent elected leaders that they take more seriously and do more about climate change.
“The ocean is having a lot of problems and is crying to us,” says Water Life Science® innovator Kleyne. Kleyne and Gemmill agree that the world’s oceans must be cleaned up if the planet is to survive. Gemmill also cites as inspirational the water recycling initiatives that are going on in Australia and Singapore.
If you would like to listen to the program featuring Australian Clean Ocean Foundation CEO John Gemmill and talk radio host and Water Life Science® educator Sharon Kleyne talking about the garbage that is threatening not only the life of the oceans but the life of the planet, too, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/112779/clean-ocean-clean-world