Salters Scene: U.N. and Parley for the Oceans Launch Event

July 9, 2015
Eric Liedtke, Cyrill Gutsch and Robert Griffin III
Eric Liedtke, Cyrill Gutsch and Robert Griffin III

By Udo Salters

On Monday June 29th, President of the General Assembly of the United Nations and Parley For The Oceans held the Parley Talks session under the title of “Oceans. Climate. Life.” at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

Winnie Mayar and Eden Amare
Winnie Mayar and Eden Amare

The event brought together people from a cross section of backgrounds from fashion, art, entertainment, sports to science and environmentalism.

John C. Warner
John C. Warner

We saw a number of notables arriving such as Cyrill Gutsch, founder of Parley for the Oceans, Eric Liedtke Executive Board Member Global Brands adidas Group, NFL Quarterback Robert Griffin III, Model and DJ Alexandra Richards, Violinst Caitlin Moe, Model Rasika Navare, Model Hailey Clauson,  DJ May Kwok, Model Kelly Gale, Model Eden Amare, Jewelry designer Ann Dexter, Filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, Editor-in-Chief for the travel magazine Ben Pundole, Green Chemistry co-founder John C. Warner, Designer Maria Cornejo to name a few.

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May Kwock
May Kwock

The main part of the evening was a 60-Minute Parley Talk where leading environmentalists, creatives, scientists and entrepreneurs give a briefing on the State of the Oceans, Climate Change and human existence on this planet.

Rasika Navare
The scheduled speakers were Cyrill Gutsch, founder of Parley for the Oceans; Pharrell Williams; Captain Paul Watson; Eric Liedtke Executive Board Member Global Brands adidas Group; Chris Jordan; Sylvia Earle; David Rothschild; John Warner; Ora Ito; Jean Claude Godin and Sid Chakravarty.

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