Former fashion designer saves Borneo reefs
The dream of fame and fortune is a familiar one for many young people – but giving it up in pursuit of activism is much less common. Twenty-seven-year-old Felicity “Flik” Finlayson did just that – in one of the most extreme ways possible. She gave up her goal of becoming a fashion designer and moved to a remote island in Borneo to devote her life fulltime to marine conservation with the organization TRACC.
Listen to the report by Emily Richmond from Pom Pom Island in Malaysian Borneo:
DateTuesday 11.02.2014 | 13:15