Reduce Marine Pollution
Oceans and seas cover around 2/3 of the earth's surface. Many plants and animals rely on them for survival, and they play an important part in the chemical and biological balance of life on the planet. However, rising pollution has not rendered them pollution-free. Marine pollution is defined as an increase in these contaminants to the point where the physical, chemical, and biological conditions of the sea alter. Sign PetitionSign Petition
We must immediately begin to sustainably manage and safeguard all marine life around the planet by reducing pollution and overfishing.We must all take action to protect the survival of life below the surface.
Joining any group that is concerned with marine pollution in order to learn more about pollution solutions and how to avoid and clean up pollution that has already occurred
Don't buy anything that exploits marine life.
Certain items contribute to the destruction of coral reefs and marine life. Coral jewellery, tortoiseshell hair accessories (produced from hawksbill turtles), and shark products should all be avoided.
Preserving the ocean and marine animals for example, we might begin to recycle all plastic items and drink from reusable bottles.
So that plastic thrown into the ocean does not inject and kill marine life.