David de Rothschild
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David is an adventurer, environmentalist and the founder of MYOO, a meaningful marketing agency, online zine and adventure group, specializing in sustainability consultancy, material science and product design. It is MYOO’s goal to inspire dreams, fuel conversation, share innovations and activate change in order to give nature a voice.
David’s passion and commitment to action has seen him ski, dogsled and kite to both the North and South poles as well as visiting some of the world’s most remote and fragile regions in order to bring wide-spread media attention and, moreover, solutions to urgent global environmental issues.

From March to July 2010, David and a crew of five undertook the latest expedition, ‘the Plastiki’, sailing across the Pacific Ocean on a catamaran made buoyant by 12,500 reclaimed plastic bottles to beat waste.
David is recognized as a National Geographic Emerging Explorer, Clean up the World Ambassador, UNEP Climate Hero and a Young Global Leader respectively.
For further information please contact Katie Tilleke Irvin E: Katieirvin@myoo.com

Blog Entries by David de Rothschild

Has the Environmental Movement Become Too Easily Ignored?

7 Comments | Posted 19 November 2011 | 00:00:00 (EST)

After a recent eco conference, MYOO Founder David investigates why we are less scared of modern threats like drastic climate change than we are of the dark.

As I start my travels back home from Brazil, I try to absorb all that has taken place over...

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Title: Earth 2.0

Posted 21 September 2011 | 10:38:11 (EST)

To be totally honest, when I think of "GREEN", the first image that comes to mind is a skinny-looking alien with big black buggy eyes and frog legs. Now I know this sounds funny; you were probably expecting me to say the first image that comes to mind is a...

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Our Planet Unwrapped

Posted 4 August 2011 | 11:02:27 (EST)

"People see an endangered species every day now when they look in the mirror."--Rob Watson, Environmentalist.

For most of us, nature plays a minor role in our lives. We roll from our beds to our cars, our cars to our offices, our offices to the pub, and then-- if...

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