4 things you can do to save the ocean


The ocean is the largest habitat on Earth, and it’s not only important because of that. It also regulates climate and meteorology around the globe. But as humans have developed since the Industrial Revolution, our impact on the oceans has also increased—and many of those impacts are caused by us.

Reduce CO2 emissions and energy consumption

It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day of life, but if we don’t take action now to reduce our carbon footprint, we’ll be leaving behind a world that’s very different from the one we were born into.

There are lots of ways you can reduce your impact on climate change. You can start by leaving your car at home when you can—instead of driving to the gym for a workout, try walking or biking instead. You can also switch to compact fluorescent light bulbs or take the stairs instead of elevators whenever possible.

Use less plastic products

Plastic is everywhere. It’s in your clothes, food, and even in your water bottle. But did you know that plastics that end up as litter in the sea are destroying habitats and killing thousands of marine animals each year?

We can all do our part to limit the impact of plastic on the environment by reusing water bottles, storing food in non-disposable containers, using cloth bags to transport our purchases—basically recycling as much as possible.

Help take care of the beach

If you like diving, surfing, or relaxing on the beach, we will try to leave the place picked up once we leave the beach. We will also try to encourage as many people as we can to respect the marine environment and make them part of it.

We believe that everyone has a responsibility to help keep our environment clean and safe.

Sea travel responsibly

When you’re out on the water, it’s easy to forget that there are other living beings around you. But if you practice sports such as kayaking or other activities that take place on the water, do not throw anything overboard and be aware of the marine life that inhabits the waters around you.

If you’re planning to cruise for your next vacation, choose the option that’s more environmentally friendly.

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