Activist's Work To Protect Cook Islands Wins Goldman Environmental Prize04:27
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Jaqueline Evans is a winner of a 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize for her work advocating for the protection of 763,000 square miles of ocean around the Cook Islands in the South Pacific. (Courtesy of the Goldman Environmental Prize)
Jaqueline Evans is a winner of a 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize for her work advocating for the protection of 763,000 square miles of ocean around the Cook Islands in the South Pacific. (Courtesy of the Goldman Environmental Prize)

Jaqueline Evans is a winner of a 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize for her work advocating for the protection of 763,000 square miles of ocean around the Cook Islands in the South Pacific.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with Evans about her grassroots activism.

This segment aired on April 29, 2019.

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