Protecting the Earth in Perpetual Motion: Rolex collaborates with conservation photographers Christina Mittermeier and Paul Nickland
At the end of 2022, Rolex announced a partnership with world-renowned conservation photographer Christina. Cristina Mittermeier and Paul. Paul Nicklen launches new partnership. This is a new project of the "Perpetual Planet Initiative" (Perpetual Planet Initiative), which further strengthens and deepens the connection with partners and projects, and grows day by day. Rolex high quality replica watches supports Mittermeier and Nick Land’s work to address the issues facing the world’s oceans and inspire people to take positive action.
In 2014, Christina. Mittermeier and Paul. Nicklan and Andy. Mann co-founded SeaLegacy. Together they completed more than 45 expeditions, including the discovery of leopard seals in Antarctica. Scientific surveys have proven that leopard seals are migrating into fur seal areas in Antarctica, greatly reducing the number of fur seals. © Cristina Mittermeier
The two co-founded the non-profit organization SeaLegacy, which brings together filmmakers, photographers, ocean and climate experts, indigenous leaders and policymakers from around the world to increase participation and protect the ocean.
Christina. Mittermeier and Paul. Nickland Christina. Mittermeier grew up in Cuernavaca, a small city in the interior of Mexico. Her father took her to the beach for the first time, which made Mittermeier deeply fascinated by the ocean. She then studied marine science and soon learned about the major challenges facing the ocean. To draw attention to urgent changes, she turned to visual storytelling and became an influential leader in the field of conservation photography. best luxury Watches
“I realized that I could use my academic background as a biologist to be a voice for ocean and coastal residents.” Rolex partner and conservation photographer Christina. Mittermeier.
Throughout his award-winning career, Mittermeier has documented many of the mysteries of the ocean. She founded the International League of Conservation Photographers to provide a platform for photographers working to improve environmental issues. In addition, she was awarded National Geographic’s Adventurers of the Year.
An Inuit hunter looks up at the first spring snow. Snowfall brings hope to Inuit hunters in Greenland, who rely on seasonal sea ice flows to feed their families. Aboriginal communities have always been humanity’s last bastion of connection with the original workings of the Earth. © Cristina Mittermeier. best replica watches
Paul. Nick Land is a renowned wildlife photographer, author and filmmaker. His passion and respect for nature began during his childhood in the Inuit community of Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada. This early experience gave Nickland a deep understanding of some of the most threatened ecosystems today and how to live in harmony with the ocean. Like Mittermeier, Nickland initially focused on the scientific research of marine life, and later became a photographer, dedicated to documenting the fascinating beauty of the earth's extreme environments. His highly regarded work highlights the relationship between biodiversity loss and climate change, showing how precious ecosystems are being pushed to the brink of destruction.
"These people, places, species and ecosystems are so heartbreaking to me that I cannot turn a blind eye." Rolex partner and conservation photographer Paul. Nickland. buy replica watches
Share ocean stories Healthy oceans are vital to our planet. To drive change, Mitchmeier and Nickland shine a light on the serious threats to our oceans and call on people to find solutions. During more than 45 expeditions, they documented more than 765 species and took more than seven million photos. Their work is world-renowned, with nine million followers on Instagram alone, but they still strive to reach more people.
Rolex’s “Protect the Planet, Perpetual” program supports Mittermeier and Nick Land’s vision and values, helping them share their message with new audiences and continue to showcase the unique face of the ocean. They produced two films with support from Rolex, in which the ocean is described as a place of discovery that supports all life on Earth, including humans. This is an environment that must be preserved for future generations. replica RICHARD MILLE EXTRA FLAT
A group of Gentoo penguins and Antarctic penguins (chinstrap penguins, also known as chinstrap penguins and chinstrap penguins) are preparing to dive into the cold waters of Antarctica to look for ice fish and krill under low temperatures and strong currents. The intertidal zone is home to both predators and prey, and they must be constantly alert to survive. Life above and below water is very different, but the two are closely intertwined. © Paul Nicklen. replica Jacob & Co. ASTRONOMIA TOURBILLON