Lorne interviews Céline Cousteau about her documentary Tribes on the Edge, which is the story of the devastation that is happening to the indigenous peoples in the Vale do Javari region in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon.
 
Céline is a socio-environmental advocate and public figure. She is known for her work as a documentary film director, producer, explorer, artist, public speaker, brand ambassador and designer, and is a frequent panelist at the United Nations in New York. She is the Founder/Director of CauseCentric Productions and Co-Founder/ Chairman of the Board of the Outdoor Film Fellowship. Céline is the daughter of ocean explorer and filmmakers Jean-Michel Cousteau and granddaughter of Jacques Yves Cousteau.
 
 
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