Philippe Cousteau Jr., Environmentalist, Introduces the USA Pavilion at Yeosu Expo

USA Entered into a Participation Agreement at Yeosu Expo and Released the Exhibition Contents for the First Time

The world famous environmentalist Philippe Cousteau Jr. introduced the exhibition contents of USA Pavilion at Yeosu Expo for the first time.

The ceremony for signing the participation agreement was held on December 12th at the U.S. Embassy Seoul where Kang, Dongsuk, the chairman of the Organizing Committee for Yeosu Expo, Lee, Junhee, the Korean government representative, Sung Kim, the US government representative (US Embassy Korea) and related personnel from the USA pavilion participated. In this ceremony, Sung Kim emphasized that Yeosu Expo will be an opportunity to show the advanced marine technology of the US and stated their strong desire to put forth their best efforts to prepare for the Expo which will be held in five months. We, Yeony and Suny should accelerate our efforts as well to prepare for the Expo in the remaining period!

After the ceremony, Philippe Cousteau, the spokesperson for the US Pavilion, introduced the exhibition contents. Philippe Cousteau is an active environmentalist who founded EarthEcho International, a non-profit organization, and is the grandson of the legendary ocean explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau. During the Expo period, the US will display technologies related to the marine environment through various types of multimedia under the theme of ‘Diversity, Wonder and Solution,’ and is expecting to exhibit the diverse, innovative, and entrepreneurial spirit of the US and their desire towards sustainable development.

We are excited to learn about the marine technologies of the USA at Yeosu Expo. We, Yeony and Suny will endeavor to make a successful Expo by accelerating our efforts to promote the event in the remaining five months. We invite more interest and support from you as well!

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