My name is Nicole McLachlan, I’m a 23 year old Australian ocean advocate, my greatest passion is to bring awareness to marine conservation issues and also teach an appreciation for our wild oceans and marine ecosystems to the youth of the world.
My passion has resulted in my travelling all over the world to work with marine life and the youth: some of my conservation work includes: educational talks at schools, universities and events, working as a marine educator on the Great Barrier Reef, direct action activism (including documenting the captive marine mammal trade and slaughter centred in Taiji, Japan as part of Sea Shepherd’s ongoing campaign there), as well as film making- I am currently in the process of creating a teen marine conservation documentary titled, ‘In Our Hands’.
I’m currently undertaking a global marine conservation youth project to educate and inspire young adults, teenagers and children to get involved in protecting our oceans. The project is called In Our Hands with a simple mission to empower kids and younger generations to speak up for their future! To learn more about it or to get involved yourself, click HERE!
Thanks for the support, and for following my path to protect!