Lifestyle

Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want. —Anna Lappé

Lifestyle

What’s good for the ocean is good for us. Vote for the kind of ocean you want with each sustainable choice you make. Buying Ocean-friendly products or choosing sustainable seafood, all help. We will give you tips on zero-waste, explain the 4 R’s practices, describe how to maintain a low carbon footprint, and many other forms of ocean mindfulness will be featured here.

 

Ocean Author, Liz Cunningham, Ocean Country

Ocean Author, Liz Cunningham, Ocean Country

“What if I really lived as if my voice mattered?”-- Liz Cunningham For Liz Cunningham, what matters is the sense of connections that we make, and as she says "I think it’s key to our future. Our future depends upon seeing connections – biological, cultural, economic,...

Toxic Algae Impacting Ocean Ecology

Toxic Algae Impacting Ocean Ecology

Unprecedented Toxic Algae from Mining, Agriculture Run-off impacting Ocean-Recreation Economies. An unprecedented bloom of toxic cyanobacteria is washing onto beaches in Florida, keeping beach goers at home and raising concerns about possible impacts on public health...

Celebrate World Oceans Day – 10 Things You Can Do!

Celebrate World Oceans Day – 10 Things You Can Do!

The ocean is the heart and the lungs of our beautiful blue planet. No matter where you live, you are connected to the sea. The ocean in trouble, and that means so are we. But there are things each of us can do, and together we still have a window of opportunity to...

Stopping Ocean Pollution, One Laundry Load at a Time.

Stopping Ocean Pollution, One Laundry Load at a Time.

Each time you wash clothes made with synthetic materials—think polyester, rayon, nylon, and the like—as many as 1,900 tiny microfibers break off, flow through your washing machine drain, and continue on to waterways. Once in the water, they’re ingested by all forms of...

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