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It’s Like Coming Home, Says James Cameron

James Cameron is one of National Geographic's newest Explorers-in-Residence.

 

Filmmaker and alternative-energy proponent James Cameron, who along with marine ecologist Enric Sala, is a new National Geographic Explorer in Residence, sat down with Boyd Matson for an interview on the National Geographic Weekend radio program. Cameron tells Boyd how making Hollywood blockbusters allows him follow his true passion of exploring and how becoming a NG Explorer feels like coming home.

Listen to Boyd Matson’s Interview with James Cameron (11:00)
To hear the rest of this week’s show subscribe to the free NG Weekend Podcast.

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Boyd Matson hosts National Geographic Weekend, a weekly radio program. Visit www.NGWeekend.com to find out where to hear the show.

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    September 23, 2012, 9:30 am

    What an amazing viranoisy and creative master Peter Jackson! The luckiest man in the world who deserves everything he receives! Please share more about the important aspect of your ECO vision and techniques for moving this city about the countryside collecting and disposing of the refuse; the recycling plan, the vision for leaving the LIGHTEST footprint possible on the pristine environments that are lent for you to use in realization of your vision! Show and describe how you are cocreating the ROLE MODEL that all film production can follow in ECO preservation in film!Thanks!

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  8. [...] “I’ll be doing a bit of a longitudinal transect along the trench axis for a while, and then I’ll turn 90 degrees and I’ll go north and work myself up the wall,” saidCameron, also a National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence. (Listen:James Cameron on becoming a National Geographic explorer.) [...]

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