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Plastic trash floating in the ocean #oceanthreats

This video is eye opening. A diver off a remote island in Belize went underneath a "small" patch of trash in the ocean. Take a look at some of the contents.

The Ocean Conservancy has been doing this for 26 years with their International Coastal Cleanup events. Last year 598,076 volunteers removed 9.2 million pounds of trash from 20,000 miles of coastlines. It’s not a high tech or glorious solution, it’s simple, and effective: get a bunch of people together and pick up trash.

International Coastal Cleanup Day is September will you be cleaning up your local beaches and waterways?

The Oceans Will Contain More Plastic Than Fish by 2050.

The Oceans Will Contain More Plastic Than Fish by 2050

A new report by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and World Economic Forum lays out the blueprint for a circular plastics economy.

Plastic in the ocean: it's even worse than you think.

7 35 billion gallons of pollution enter the ocean ever single day, harming marine ecosystems and life. Today the ocean is more acidic than it has been in the last years.

A closer look at the horrors of ocean acidification

A closer look at the horrors of ocean acidification

Ocean acidification doesn't get nearly the attention it deserves.

2017 Marine Wildlife and Seascape Photo Contest - Ocean Conservancy

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save the ocean Clean up your trash Stop using plastic and do a beach clean up!

The message of this PSA is appropriately chilling and the effect is amplified by the the coolness of the colors.

It covers seven tenths of the terrestrial globe. Its breath is pure and healthy. It is an immense desert, where man is never lonely, for he feels life stirring on all sides.

PLASTIC KILLS SEALS AND SEA LIONS! Alafair (@alafairxvx) | Twitter

Entangled Marine Debris Causing Animals to Suffer in Ocean -- Including our critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals, of which only about still survive.