October 11th, 1:30PM Benedictine University, Goodwin Auditorium, Chicago, IL
December 2nd, Howard Zinn Book Festival, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA


March 1st, National Geographic’s Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants, Google Hangout
March 10th, International Ocean Film Festival, panel discussion with Joakim Odelberg, 1-3PM, San Francisco, CA
March 15th, 7PM, Safari West, Sonoma, CA
April 2nd, Dominican University, San Rafael, classroom talk
April 6th, 3:30PM Goleta Library, One City/One Book program, Goleta, CA
April 11th, 7PM Dominican University, San Rafael, CA
June 23rd, Iowa Water Festival keynote, Des Moines, Iowa


October 9th, 7 PM, Ocean Country Launch, Books, Inc., Berkeley, California

November 2nd, 7:30 PM, Orinda Public Library, 2nd floor, Orinda, California

November 7th, 1PM, Book Passage, Corte Madera California, “Liz Cunningham and Arlene Blum: An Afternoon in Conversation.”

November 14th, 6PM, public talk in conjunction with the exhibit, “We All Live in the Sea: A Study of Jacques Cousteau,” The Great Highway Galley, San Francisco, California

December 1, 5:45 PM, Holy Names University, Oakland, California, public program with reception following. A talk by Liz Cunningham and music by Juliane Poirier and John Ruch and poetry reading by Joanna Macy

January 26th, 6 PM, “Health and Hope from the Ocean Depths to the Mountain Tops: Arlene Blum and Liz Cunningham,” The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California

March 4th, school visit at South Broward High School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

March 5thBroward Public Library Foundation Literary Festival, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

April 19th, classroom visit, Holy Names University, Oakland, California

April 21st, “Living as if Your Voice Matters: Liz Cunningham in Conversation with Phil Cousineau,” California Institute of Integral Studies, 7PM San Francisco, California

April 23rd, Fishackathon at Deep Ocean Exploration Research, 6PM, Alameda, California

April 18th, “Women as Game Changers” Summit, featuring some of the world’s leading women in sustainability and social reform. Hosted by the US Green Chamber of Commerce and Women of Green

May 2nd, Ocean Country presentation to benefit the Outward Bound Center for Peacebuilding, 6:30PM, The New York Times Building, 620 8th Avenue, 15th Floor, New York, NY

May 3rd, Hudson River Community Sailing, Tell Tales Lecture Series, 7PM, New York, New York

May 5th, school visit, Hudson River Community Sailing School, 4PM, Hudson River Park, New York

May 6th, school visit, Rye Country Day School, Rye, New York

May 10th, 7PM, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History Lecture Series, Brewster, Massachusetts

May 12th, 7PM, New England Aquarium Lecture Series, Boston, Massachusetts

June 8th, 11:30, school visit at Pender Harbor Elementary/Secondary School, Madeira Park, British Columbia, Canada

June 8th, World Oceans Day Celebration, 6PM, Ruby Lake Lagoon Society, Madeira Park, British Columbia, Canada

June 16th, Fish Revolution Seafood Stories dinner, with chefs Jordan Grosser and Ted Flurry at Stag Dining, San Francisco, CA

July 20th, 7:30, Marin Scuba Club, Saylor’s Restaurant, 2009 Bridgeway Sausalito, California

December 5th-9th, Blue Ocean Business Summit

January 13th, Northern California Underwater Photographic Society, Millbrae, CA

March 1, 7PM, Green Arcade Bookstore, San Francisco, CA

March 9, 6:30 PM, Laurel Bookstore, Oakland, CA

March 27th, Charles University, Department of Education, Prague, Czech Republic

March 28th, Outward Bound Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic

March 29th, Charles University, Institute of Environmental Studies, Prague, Czech Republic

April 6th, Oakland Earth Expo, Noon to 1PM at the Laurel Bookstore Booth, Oakland, CA

May 4th, Southwick Zoo, Mendon, MA

May 8th, University of Connecticut, Marine Sciences School lecture series, Groton, CT

May 9th, Save the Sound/Connecticut Fund for the Environment, New Haven, CT

May 11th, Ipswich High School, Ipswich, MA

May 16th, W2O (Women Working for Oceans) keynote address and luncheon, New England Aquarium, Boston, MA

May 18th, St. Mark’s School Gray Colloquium, Southborough, MA

May 19th, St. Mark’s School, Classroom visits, Southborough, MA

June 8th, Exploring By the Seat of Your Pants World Ocean Day Google Hangout with Classrooms

September 30th, 7PM, Pacifica Public Library, with Jackie Nunez, founder of The Last Plastic Straw