seaculture. seapeople. seastories.
seavoice. tells stories that explore the collision of culture and climate with our oceans, rivers, and lakes. Curated by academics on the frontline of the ocean climate crisis, this non-profit digital platform amplifies the voices, research, activism, and art of the people who work, live, and survive by bodies of water.
Our relationship with our lands, territories, and water is the fundamental physical, cultural, and spiritual basis for existence. This relationship to our Mother Earth requires us to conserve our freshwaters and oceans for the survival of present and future generations.
The Indigenous Peoples' Water Declaration, Troubled Water by Anita Roddick