We here in the kinté space proudly present Daniel Pauly’s keynote speech at SeaWeb’s Seafood Summit 2010. Daniel Pauly is featured in Rupert Murray’s searing yet entertaining documentary, The End of the Line.

From Wikipedia.org: “Daniel Pauly is a French-born marine biologist, well-known for his work in studying human impacts on global fisheries. He is a professor and the project leader of the Sea Around Us Project at the Fisheries Centre at the University of British Columbia. He also served as Director of the Fisheries Centre from November 2003 to October 2008. …Pauly was born in Paris, France. He grew up, however, in Switzerland  in what was called a strange ‘Dickensian’ childhood where he was forced to stay as a live-in servant to a new family. Through the first 16 years of his life, Pauly lived an inward life as he was half-black in an all white town, finding solace in books/reading and model construction. At 16 he ran away and put himself through high school in Wuppertal, Germany after one year working with disabled people for a local church-run institution. His work led to a scholarship to the University of Kiel.”


Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 1,” “Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 2,” “Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 3,” “Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 4,” “Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 5” and “Daniel Pauly Keynote, part 6” presented by SeaWebOrg.

Presentation Design and Research  by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite