Author: Vanessa Riedmüller

Greiner Talks: “The world is worth fighting for”

What is it like to be bitten by a shark? How is plastic pollution affecting our oceans? And after all, is there still hope for our planet? This is what we are discussing with the marine biologist, research diver and (underwater) photographer Robert Marc Lehmann in our podcast Greiner Talks. Listen in and learn what’s close to Robert Marc’s heart!

Plastics crisis, loss of biodiversity, climate change. For Robert Marc Lehmann, one thing is clear: our house is on fire. The time to act is now! The adventurer and environmental activist explains why our planet is worth fighting for, how the extinction of species affects him personally, and what we can all do to make our world a better place.

"Whenever I go diving – it doesn’t matter if it’s a lake, a stream, or the ocean – I find plastic. Every single dive. This worries me very much."

Robert Marc Lehmann, Marine Biologist, Scientific Diver, Adventurer

Robert Marc Lehmann studied zoology, marine biology and forensic medicine. Today he is active as an ambassador for nature, adventurer and photographer. For his work, he has received numerous awards such as National Geographic Photographer of the Year. With his organization Mission Erde he tries to protect habitats and raise awareness for treating nature with respect.

Learn more on Robert Marc Lehmann’s Website and his Youtube-Channel Mission Earth.

Greiner Talks is our podcast focusing on “sustainability and transformation”. Alexander Berth regularly talks to experts from across the world about the prospects and opportunities offered by a sustainable economy and society.

Click here to find all episodes of Greiner Talks.


Vanessa Riedmüller