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A brilliant artistic picture with a serious message.

This image sums up our oceans, beaches, and rivers today. The plastics represents that most of our bodies of water is polluted and filled with garbage. BE RESPONSIBLE, LOVE OUR PLANET!

The winner of a new video contest can join a 3-week 'hardcore sailing adventure' through North Atlantic garbage patches.

Want to see an ocean garbage patch in person? A new contest from the 5 Gyres Institute offers to let one winner join a three-week research voyage — described as a ‘hardcore sailing adventure’ — through garbage patches in the North Atlantic Ocean.

"Less boats, more fish" Greenpeace's message to over 600 global tuna industry officials meeting in Bangkok. We need fewer boats, more fish if the fishing indstry and our oceans are to survive: http://act.gp/JYrX4C                                                                                                                                                     More

“Less boats, more fish” Greenpeace’s message to over 600 global tuna industry officials meeting in Bangkok. We need fewer boats, more fish if the fishing indstry and our oceans are to survive.

Heres a frightening prediction from scientists regarding fishing in our oceans quoted from the documentary Cowspiracy.

We continue to rape & plunder the oceans - this excellent food source is now rapidly depleting.

Let's conserve our fragile waters

Reduce your use of plastic, detergents, artificial chemicals and all that other crap you don't need & keep our oceans clean!

No one knows for sure but scientists think over six million tons of marine debris may be entering our ocean every year. One of the reasons Project AWARE is collecting marine debris data from divers is to help build a clear picture of the underwater trash that threatens ocean life. With this knowledge, we can make more effective decisions when it comes to waste management policies.

Earth: ~ Infographic: The Ugly Journey of Our Trash details the unbelievable scale of marine garbage, which is turning our oceans into "plastic soup." Reduce, reuse, and recycle!