Water is life. All life comes from the ocean. Our oceans cover 140 million square miles, or about 70 percent of the earth’s surface. Water sustains us, it divides us and it connects us.
Increasingly our rights to water and our seas are at risk. The oceans wildlife is being decimated by overfilling and man’s wastes that our poisoning and polluting our water.
Above and under the sea, we are destroying the earth’s ecosystem. We’ve reached the tipping point, we need to take big steps to reverse climate change. There will never be another chance to save our blue planet.
About 4.8 to 12.7 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans each year. Garbage from landfills, microfibers and much more seeps into the waterways and eventually into our seas. Eighty percent of the ocean’s pollution begins on land and runs off into the sea making it unsafe for humans and wildlife.
Marine life ingests the plastic and we do as well. It’s killing our planet and slowing poisoning our nervous systems. Experts believe at the current rate, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.
Healthy oceans are critical to a healthy planet and healthy people. The earth’s oceans produce oxygen for us to breathe, regulate our climate, clean the water we drink, the marine life sustains us. The oceans tides transport us, inspire us and protect us.
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Now is the time, start raising awareness about the threats to our oceans. Here are five super easy ways you can help protect our oceans. It’s as easy as one, two, three:
ONE. Keep plastic out of our seas. Go to the beach and pick up all the trash before it floats into our oceans.
TWO. Reduce, reuse and recycle. Use less plastic.
THREE. Support organizations that protect the oceans. So many amazing organizations are dedicated to cleaning up the oceans and protecting the creatures that live in them.
Invest in our world’s future. Get involved in some way either locally or globally. Work with indigenous groups, community leaders, government officials, scientists and other organizations. Time is running out. Help safeguard the more than 2.4 million square miles ocean that is being destroyed.
Help save our planet.
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