How rich is Philippe Pierre Jacques-Yves Arnault Cousteau Jr.?
Philippe Pierre Jacques-Yves Arnault Cousteau Jr. Net Worth:
|Birth date:||January 20, 1980|
|Birth place:||Santa Monica, California, USA|
Philippe Pierre Jacques-Yves Arnault Cousteau Jr. net worth, wiki & biography:
His primary goal will be to get people understand the need for a clean and green surroundings for a bright future. Though Philippe was born in California, most of his early childhood was spent in both America and France. He loves to gratify himself in adventure sports like snowboarding, rock climbing, diving, and trekking. He’s to Ashlan Gorse who’s an entertainment journalist. Philippe worked as the main Ocean Correspondent at Animal Planet as well as Planet Green. He’s responsible for producing several documentaries on ocean like Oceans Deadliest. It was while doing this documentary his co-anchorman Steve Irwin was wounded fatally by a stingray. Philippe was with Animal Planet till 2011. Philippe can also be a special correspondent at CNN. He hosts the show Going Green, which copes with humanitarian narratives and environmental problems like the research including climate change at frozen arctic. Philippe also hosted the show Oceans Blue for Discovery Network and BBC, which were telecast on Planet Green in America in the year 2010. Philippe co-founded EarthEcho International in the year 2000 along with his mom and sister. He also co-founded a business that aimed at consulting, development, promotion, and media participation for environmental betterment called Azure Worldwide. He’s also a Fellow of OpenGrounds at the University of Virginia through which he helps in the development of advanced interactive games that teach people on the state of the depleting water resources. Philippe and his team have joined in a venture with the US Department of State for development of USA Pavilion at Expo 2012, where he’s the chief representative. Philippe has also coauthored the novel Going Blue: A Teen Guide to Saving the Oceans, Lakes, Rivers, and Wetlands and another publication aimed at primary students. In addition, it received the Book of the Year Gold Award. Philippe and his sister Alexandra were a part of the 2010 Next Institution List of Vanity Fair Magazine for his or her work as environmental supporters.