Tag Archives: plastic pollution

Help #BeatPlasticPollution for World Environment Day

The United Nation’s World Environment Day is June 5th, 2018. This day is the UN’s most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment.   This year’s theme is the effort to beat plastic pollution. Plastic is strangling our oceans and the species that live in them. A recent report found that 70% of marine litter is non-degradable plastic which is projected to increase threefold over the next ten years. Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay We must all do our part to #BeatPlasticPollution… Continue reading

Make #EndangeredSpeciesDay week plastic-free for wildlife

If you signed the pledge to give up plastics for the week of Endangered Species Day, the time is now! And if you haven’t, it’s not too late to be part of the Plastics Pledge for Endangered Species–add your name today. This one action on your part can help to begin to address the problem of plastic pollution of our oceans.  We have compiled a few tips to make the week as productive as possible. If you prefer to drink… Continue reading

A Roundup of Endangered Species Impacted by Ocean Pollution

By Emily Folk The beach is a popular place for people to get away to when they want to be surrounded by peace and beauty. There’s no denying that the ocean provides all of that and more, but when people do this, they often take that serenity for granted. The shoreline gets cleaned up by local crews and the real truth gets hidden—that humans are polluting the ocean constantly, in overwhelming amounts. Although you might not be able to see it… Continue reading