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Everyday Changes We Can Make to Help Our Oceans

Everyday Changes We Can Make to Help Our Oceans Oceans cover 71% of the earth’s surface and are a critical part of our global ecosystem, and yet, oceans are among the least protected areas of our planet. Here is a look at some simple yet impactful ways we can positively address the pervasive issue of […]
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Earth Day April 22, 2018. Beautiful and clean beach in California

Earth Day: What is it, and how can you participate this year in 4 fun ways?

Earth Day: What is it, and how can you participate this year in 4 fun ways? If you love the ocean and all things eco-friendly as much as we do, then Earth Day is something you have to look forward to. Finally, a day where people get their priorities straight about giving back to the […]
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Eco-friendly family enjoying a picnic on the beach without the use of plastics preventing ocean pollution plastic

Help Prevent Oceans of Plastic

Bits of Knowledge Help Prevent Oceans of Plastic Let’s get real about plastics. Today, many picnics are saved by plastic beverage containers on beaches that wisely prohibit glass containers. On these beaches, a garbage can — and often a recycle bin — are fewer steps away than from your beach blanket to your car. Plastic […]
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How To Be a Friend to Oceans and Marine Life

How To Be a Friend to Oceans and Marine Life Good citizenship — so important civic organizations give awards for it and Boy and Girl Scouts earn badges for it. Oceans need good citizens, too. Your footprints will be washed away, and, of course, you never litter the beach. But what else do our oceans need […]
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Dead Zones Are Not Fodder for Science Fiction

Dead Zones Are Not Fodder for Science Fiction Glorious ocean waves blind us with their power and beauty while covering up a global disgrace: our oceans have dead zones, 405 dead zones including the entire Baltic Sea. The number of dead zones is up from just 49 in the 1960s.  According to NOAA, a dead zone […]
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Shocking Photos Share The Real Plastics Impact on Oceans

The year 2017 saw more than one severe hurricane, which helped lead to the shocking photos presented in October of the same year. Images of the once striking Caribbean Sea, covered in a layer of plastics, were released by a number of different news outlets. This was not shock news, it was our reality. The […]
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