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Text Ç Save the Humans Ó Rob Stewart

Has led him around the world as a university student studying zoology in Kenya as a wildlife photographer in Madagascar and Southeast Asia and ultimately as a documentary filmmaker in the Pacific shooting his innovative and award winning documentary Sharkwater Risking arrest and mafia reprisal in Costa Rica nearly losing a leg to flesh eating disease in Panama and getting lost at sea in the remote Galapagos Islands Stewart is living proof that the best way to create I'm a little ashamed of myself for taking so long to get this book read when Rob Stewart is so influential to me and I'm obsessed with his documentaries I agree with some other reviews already on here that the amount of time focused on his life is to the detriment of the title; while I did expect this to be autobiographical I figured time would be spent on the making of Sharkwater and Revolution It was interesting to know his background and what motivated him as a child growing up the experiences he had etc but as also pointed out in other reviews there is a bit of repetitiveness to it and it's so scattered I don't entirely follow the timeline It doesn't sound completely linear but Stewart doesn't always give set ages for when things happen making things blurryThe reason I give this such a high rating though is that it adds some extra background to his documentaries and to other things going on in his life at the time that don't or couldn't make it into the documentaries And most importantly the part that comes after Stewart's personal manifesto his future plans and things he set in motion for the betterment of the planet I am sad to say I couldn't find out anything about the app he mentions or the yearly reports of every country that one of his two organizations is supposed to do It feels like a lot of the momentum Rob built died when he did and it's crushing I'm always checking for updates on Sharkwater Extinction and truly hope that those who Rob was important to don't let the loss cloud over the contributions they could still make on his behalf#RIPRobStewart #SharksAreFriends

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Save the Humans Change in the world is to dive in over your head His documentary sparked shark fin bans around the world but his story doesn’t end with saving sharks Stewart has set his sights on a slightly bigger goal saving the human species He has criss crossed the globe to meet with the visionaries entrepreneurs scientists and children working to solve our environmental crises and his message is clear the revolution to save humanity has started and the only thing missing is yo I got this book once I heard the news of his death I first heard about Rob Stewart when Revolution was released 2012 I believe? I wish I had watched the movie and been involved with his work while he was still alive He leave a great legacy which I hope will live on through who he inspiredThat being said this book was an interesting insight to his life and how he got where he was at that point It was inspiring to see how he used his power and knowledge for good with the optimism I certainly look up to This book was not well written with regards to grammar mistakes but the story it told was worth itSome parts of the story pained me to read view spoilersuch as when he said when I have kids when we know the unfortunate future Or when he was describing his heartbreak pulling at the side of the road to sob and cry a human experience I applaud him for disclosing especially as a white heterosexual male breaking down the 'masculine' perspective hide spoiler

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Save the Humans Reader ↠ 304 pages ↠ [Read] ➳ Save the Humans ➻ Rob Stewart – In Save the Humans award winning documentary filmmaker Rob Stewart tells his captivating life story so far—from self professed “animal nerd” to one of the world’s leading environmental activis In Save the HumaIn Save the Humans award winning documentary filmmaker Rob Stewart tells his captivating life story so far from self professed “animal nerd” to one of the world’s leading environmental activists from a person whose sole focus was saving his beloved sharks to a mission to save us all Rob Stewart has always been in love with creatures the odder or misunderstood the better His passion for all living things including Satan his 7 foot long 80 pound pet water monitor The beginning is uite boring and not what I expected While it does give us good indications of where Rob developed certain values the extended descriptions of his childhood and youth go on far too longHowever the middle which deals with the making of Sharkwater and the end on REvolution and his slow development into a radical are enlightening and really save the book He gives some great reasons on why we need to change our current systems and how capitalism is destroying our planetIf you only care for the activist message you can pretty much skip the first part of this book The second and third parts are far better than the first and are the parts that hold the real Save the Humans spirit