These Girl Scout Juniors from Dallas, Texas are promoting alternatives to single-use plastics. In this video, the girls share five simple ways that you can use less plastic to help the Earth and its ocean creatures. Take their anti-plastics pledge in honor of Earth Day this month!
Danielle Zaveta Data Analyst & Fisheries Scientist Consulting Meet Danielle Zaveta – the 2nd female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series! M.S. Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Science B.S. Biology (Marine Biology concentration) What is your current job title(s) and position(s)? Right now, I am a Project Manager and Data Analyst at a […]
If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve probably seen this video of people pulling a plastic straw out of a sea turtle’s nose. It went viral not too long ago and really helped to bring attention to the problem with plastics taking over our oceans. So what’s the problem with plastics? I recently […]
Paula Olson Marine Mammal Biologist Research & Consulting Meet Paula Olson – the 1st female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series! Master of Marine Affairs & Bachelor of Arts degrees What is your current job title(s) and position(s)? Hi. My name is Paula Olson. I am a marine mammal biologist. Currently, I’m […]
On Saturday April 27, Azura celebrated Earth Day with kids and parents at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. We partnered with the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at The University of Texas at Dallas to provide hands-on K-12 activities on geology, chemistry, marine life, space, physics, and more. For the third year, Azura’s scientists […]