This month, Ocean Wise wants you to #BePlasticWise
Our plastic waste is threatening ocean life. It is damaging the marine environment, harming more than 800 marine species. Plastic in our oceans reduces the ocean’s ability to combat climate change, and is increasingly found in our food and drinking water, causing concerns for our health.
Join us during the month of July as we explore sources and impacts of plastic pollution, dive into current research and solutions, and provide tips on how each of us can take action to #BePlasticWise and reduce plastic pollution in our lives and in our oceans.
Together, we can turn the tide on ocean plastic.
What does ‘being plastic wise’ mean to us? Read more on our blog!
Taking action as an individual matters, but businesses are also critical to spearheading systemic change that our oceans need. Ocean Wise is proud to partner with changemakers who are leading the charge across industries. Join us in tackling our oceans greatest threats through deep collaboration, capacity-building, and expert support!
Are you a…
- Food professional? Join Ocean Wise’s Plastic Reduction Program!
- Apparel retailer? Become an Ocean Wise Microfiber Partner!
- Municipal government? Organize a cleanup in your municipality or connect with the Shoreline Cleanup team at [email protected] to learn how you can support shoreline cleanups in your community
- Any other business owner or office sustainability champion? Join our workplace team challenge and engage your colleagues in solo, household, or small team shoreline cleanups or challenge them to complete their own individual audits!
Plastic pollution is bloating our ocean, harming wildlife, and ourselves. Donate now to stop plastic from leaking into our ocean.
The Ocean Matters newsletter is Ocean Wise’s monthly selection of stories, updates, and opportunities highlighting Ocean Wise’s work and how individuals and communities are being empowered to take action for ocean health.
Follow along throughout the month on social media to learn more and get involved. Don’t forget to share your own tips, hacks, reflections, or questions and tag us! We love to see your photos and learn about your goals and challenges.