GOOD Magazine was at this year's Women in Conservation luncheon, where the National Audubon Society hands out the Rachel Carson Awards.

One of this year's winners was Sylvia Earle, an oceanographer. Here's what GOOD says she said in her speech:

She spoke about one thing we can all do to help protect our ravaged oceans: Stop. Eating. Fish.
She also said that these next 10 years will prove to be the single most important decade for hundreds to come, and that we have a rare opportunity to change our behavior before it’s too late.

Who's gonna break it to Mrs. Paul, though?