Lets help each other, help our oceans
The ocean is one of THE most incredible places on our planet and it is so sad that its threatened by pollution from humans on Earth. Everyday, wonderful ocean animals' lives are being destroyed due to our ignorance. It is up to us to help preserve our oceans' incredible creatures and its' natural beauty. We all inhabit the same land and all deserve to be treated with love and respect. Lets all help each other, band together, and create happy pollution free seas! To date we have donated thousands to ocean conservation causes, and are extremely proud that you guys help make this dream happen!
five E A S Y things you can do for our oceans:
- BUY A REUSABLE STRAW!! We use 500 million plastic straws a day alone in the U.S.
- Reduce your carbon impact, walk or ride a bike! Get some fresh air, the planet and your body will love you for it!
- Go veg! Just by going vegetarian you save 30 sq. ft. of forests, 45 lb. of grain, 1,100 gallons of water and 20 lb. of CO2 a DAY
- Take 3 for the sea! Next time you are running around on the beach, swimming in the ocean or just relaxing...take the time to pick up 3 items of trash you see (bonus if you pick up more)
- Bring your own! Bring your own reusable water bottle or coffee mug on the go. Enjoy it with some love out of something more
who we support:
Orca Conservancy is an all-volunteer, Washington State 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working on behalf of Orcinus orca, the killer whale, and protecting the wild places on which it depends.
Orca Conservancy collaborates with some of the world’s top research institutions and environmental groups to address the most critical issues now facing wild orcas.
The organization’s urgent attention is on the Endangered Southern Resident killer whales of the Pacific Northwest. These three pods, J Pod, K Pod and L Pod, have been decimated by the depletion of prey resources, the accumulation of marine toxins, increased acoustic disturbance and harassment, and the destruction of salmon spawning and nearshore habitats and the nurseries of the Salish Sea.
To learn more about Orca Conservancy go on over to: www.orcaconservancy.com