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Now is the time to alter the course of history. Together with the Command Z team we’re asking you to #BeOceanWise and take three simple actions:

Pledge to end plastic pollution Fight climate changeJoin Ocean Wise

Steven Soderbergh’s Command Z social impact digital series is collaborating with leading global conservation organization Ocean Wise to empower people everywhere to take action to protect and restore our ocean.

1. Pledge to end plastic pollution

Our future ocean is predicted to have more plastic than fish.

A humpback whale’s weight in plastic pollution enters the ocean every minute. And nearly half of that comes from unnecessary single use items. 

2. Fight climate change

Help us plant kelp to capture carbon, which slows the increase of global temperatures and keeps sea levels from rising.

3. Join Ocean Wise

We need to save the ocean – we rely on it for food, water and energy.

Join our global network and be part of the solution.

About Ocean Wise

Ocean Wise is a globally focused conservation organization on a mission to restore and protect our oceans. Through research, education, public engagement, and international collaborations, we empower communities to fight three major ocean challenges: ocean pollution, overfishing and climate change. By equipping and empowering individuals, communities, industries, and governments, we can create a future where people and our oceans can thrive. Learn more at

About Command Z

Command Z is a sci-fi satire created by Steven Soderbergh that follows a group who time travel through a washing machine to 2023 to undo the past to save their future. The series was created to raise awareness about climate change and inequity, inspire action and engagement, and raise money for social good organizations.

Posted July 20, 2023 by Nic Schulz

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