Olivier Adam is Professor at the Sorbonne University, Paris, France. A specialist in bioacoustics, he studies cetacean species to describe their populations and societies. He is currently working on the study of mother-calf interactions in humpback whales, on the analysis of surface social behaviors in sperm whales, and on the description of underwater soundscapes. He is the author and co-author of more than 60 scientific papers. He was the curator of the Baleinopolis exhibition at the Palais of Porte Dorée in Paris (https://youtu.be/gRbQR77TrRM) and of the photo exhibition “L’Océan c’est Vivant” at the Cité Internationale in Paris and on the Seine river bank. He is the co-organizer of international conferences, including the DCLDE (https://www.soest.hawaii.edu/ore/dclde/), and the Humpback Whale World Congress (https://www.hwwc.mg). He was the carrier of 3 webinars, on ocean noise pollution (https://oceanambassadors.co.uk/shush-noise-in-the-ocean-sorbonne-university), on the blue economy (https://oceanambassadors.co.uk/blueco-can-the-economy-of-the-oceans-really-be-sustainable), and on the ethics (https://oceanambassadors.co.uk/ethics-for-ocean).