Lewis Pugh is the first UN Patron of the Oceans. He is best known for swimming in vulnerable ecosystems to draw attention to their plight. – 2007 a swim across the North Pole in 2007 to highlight the melting of the Arctic sea ice. – 2010 a swim across a glacial lake on Mount Everest to draw attention to the melting of the glaciers in the Himalayas, – 2018 a swim of the full length of the English Channel to call for 30% of the world’s oceans to be protected by 2030 _________ Lewis Pugh has been named patron of the oceans by the UN as he has repeatedly sailed in vulnerable ecosystems to draw attention to their plight. 2007 – Swimming across the North Pole for the first time, drawing attention to the problem of melting Arctic ice. 2010 – swam across the glacial lake on Everest, to draw attention to the melting of glaciers in the Himalayas and the impact of water scarcity on peace in the region. 2018 – sailed across the English Channel to call for the protection of 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030. Lewis Pugh is an extreme swimmer, environmentalist, and incredibly outstanding person! We are looking forward to the broadcast in order to ask Lewis in detail about his mission, history and ask all our questions. What would you like to ask Luce?