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 Sea Change Radio 
 
 Weekly Program
 Erika Angle, Colin Angle and Jeremy Pochman
 Sea Change Radio  
Perhaps it's cold comfort but it turns out that we human beings are not the only species on earth hell-bent on destroying our own habitat. We share that ignominious honor with the venomous, carnivorous, and highly invasive lionfish. This week on Sea Change Radio, we talk about what these marine invaders are doing to the ocean's coral reefs, and what is being done to reduce the damage. Our guests today all are working in Bermuda, one of the regions of the world where these creatures are wreaking havoc on the coral reef. First we hear from Colin Angle, CEO of iRobot the company that makes the robotic vacuum-cleaner, Roomba, and his wife, biologist Erika Angle -- together they have devised a way to use vacuum robot technology to catch the intrusive but tasty lionfish. Then we're joined by Jeremy Pochman from Eleventh Hour Racing, who tells us about how his organization is leveraging the America's Cup, set to take place in Bermuda this June, to raise global awareness about the problem.

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00:29:40 English 2017-04-18
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