The world's oceans and ecosystems face destruction It needs YOUR help. Learn how to help save it for future generations


Use Fewer Plastic Products

Plastics that end up as ocean debris contribute to habitat destruction and entangle and kill tens of thousands of marine animals each year. To limit your impact, carry a reusable water bottle, store food in nondisposable containers, bring your own cloth tote or other reusable bag when shopping, and recycle whenever possible.


Limit or don't eat meat or seafood

Global fish populations are rapidly being depleted due to demand, loss of habitat, and unsustainable fishing practices. When shopping or dining out, help reduce the demand for overexploited species by choosing seafood that is both healthful and sustainable.


Don’t Use Fertilisers or Pesticides

Fertilisers – for agriculture and gardening – can pollute our rivers, and they eventually end up in the ocean. Along with pesticides, these chemicals can poison aquatic species, and they create ‘dead zones’ where there are very low levels of oxygen, meaning that the marine life either has to flee the area or die.

Switching to organic fertilisers and pesticides can reduce the number of these chemicals that will end up in our oceans, along with buying organic or pesticide-free produce.


Don’t buy products made from marine life!

When you visit any coastal town you are guaranteed to see souvenirs made from various forms of marine life.

Don’t buy:

Tortoiseshell hair accessories

Coral jewelry

Shark products, especially teeth and fins

Or any cosmetics containing traces of whales or sharks.

However tempting that new red lipstick might look, be sure to know if it is ocean-friendly before you buy it!


Reduce your CO2 footprint

Practice responsible boating, kayaking, and other recreational activities on the water. Never throw anything overboard, and be aware of marine life in the waters around you. If you’re set on taking a cruise for your next vacation, do some research to find the most eco-friendly option.

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