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Cousteau

Jacques Yves . 1910--97, French underwater explorer
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Asi reflexiona Jean-Michel Cousteau en la introduccion de sus memorias Mi padre, el capitan Jacques-Yves Cousteau (Editorial Planeta), al evocarlo frente a su feretro cubierto por la bandera de Francia, durante el funeral que presidiera el entonces mandatario Jacques Chirac en la Catedral de Notre Dame, el 30 de junio de 1997:
The granddaughter of legendary ocean ecologist Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Celine Cousteau is the international program coordinator for the Ocean Futures Society and has traveled around the world educating communities on why the health of the world's oceans and ecosystems is critical to human survival.
The fest, whose founding members include Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Thor Heyerdahl and whose advisory board includes James Cameron and Jane Goodall, also nabbed a reigning monarch, Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Bess then moves into the 1950s, when Roger Heim, the director of the National Museum of History, and Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the underwater explorer, documented a mounting crisis of pollution and extinction.
Nowadays people have learned to appreciate living whales and dolphins, thanks to conservationists and scientists like Nagaoka or Commander Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
Ocean explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, another lifelong activist, passed away in 1997 at age 87.
Desde del surgimiento de los medios electronicos --como el cine y la television-- es posible seguir paso a paso las expediciones de personajes como Jacques-Yves Cousteau y Ramon Bravo, entre otros.
Jean-Michel Cousteau, eldest son of the late ocean explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, announced the launch of a new institute aimed at halting marine devastation worldwide.
In 1943, even while he was with the French underground fighting the occupying Germans, the French oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau (b.
Cousteau, president of EarthEcho International and grandson of the legendary Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, produces several projects, including radio adventures for Public Radio International's "Living on Earth.