Enviro-Innovators Saul Griffith and Chris Lindland Discuss Their Latest Project, Eco Knievel
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Visit Aquarium of the Bay for your chance to experience the Bay's fascinating aquatic wildlife up close. Located along San Francisco's walkable waterfront, Aquarium of the Bay is home to more than 20,000 marine animals native to San Francisco Bay, including massive sevengill sharks, luminous moon jellies and bat rays in a touch pool. Four exhibit areas -- Discover the Bay, Under the Bay, Touch the Bay and the new river otters exhibit -- provide a scuba diver's view of life in the Bay. Through hands-on learning and interactions with its trained staff, Aquarium of the Bay inspires animal lovers of all ages. Learn More
Saul Griffith, Co-founder, Squid Labs, Instructables.com, Makani Power; Inventor; Author
Chris Lindland, Founder, Betabrand.com
Being "green" has a longstanding association with things like organic granola and natural-fiber clothing, but dirt bikes and extreme sports? Our panel of eco-revolutionaries is kicking environmentalism into high gear and showing how we can make the environment more macho. Enviro-innovators Griffith and Lindland will also showcase their latest Eco Knievel project, including the world’s first green stunt.
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