Jeff Orlowski

Director of "Chasing Coral"

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Filmmaker, photographer, entrepreneur, problem-solver, and director of "Chasing Coral."

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Coral reefs support a quarter of all ocean life, but they’re disappearing at an alarming rate. Last year, a third of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef died.

In 'Chasing Coral,' the race to document death of corals

Coral reefs support a quarter of all ocean life, but they’re disappearing at an alarming rate. Last year, a third of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef died.

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