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The speech from Delaney will be about her life journey and how she founded her organisation The Sink or Swim Project. She will talk about the dangers of sea-level rise and the impact it has to the environment and how we need to act now.
Watch her YfCA climate talk here
About Delaney Reynolds
Delaney has given a popular TED Talk, addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City, appeared with actor/musician Jack Black on the National Geographic Channel's Years of Living Dangerously, with renowned world explorer Philippe Cousteau on Xploration Awesome Planet on FOX, and with Vice President Al Gore on MTV's 'An Inconvenient Special' Town Hall. She is a Marine Science student at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science in Miami, Florida, and splits her time between the cosmopolitan city of a few million people and a 1,000-acre island with 43 solar-powered homes in the Florida Keys called No Name Key. Like the State of Florida, Delaney's life is surrounded by water and that's where her love for the environment comes from.
About The Sink or Swim Project
Delaney is the Founder & CEO of The Sink or Swim Project, an educational and political advocacy organization focused on a variety of environmental topics including climate change and sea-level rise. The organisation is based in Miami, Florida and their goal is to spread awareness about the dangers of sea-level rise.