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What are microfibres and where are they coming from?
Wonder Women of Science
This International Women's Day, meet the Ocean Wise scientists making waves.
It's time you got acquainted with some cool critters.
The King of Clams
The geoduck may look funky, but it's tasty and sustainable eating.
Rays All Day
Discover why rays are flat-out cool and why they need help.
Plastic ghosts are haunting our oceans.
Get a Plastic-Free Smile
With this homemade toothpaste tutorial - natural ingredients and no plastic packaging!
Plastic Champions: Lizzie Carr
She kicked cancer's butt then quit her corporate job to pick up garbage.
A Plastic-Free Shop
Is it possible to go grocery shopping without bringing home any plastic?
Clean it up
Join a shoreline cleanup today - here's how
Saving Sea Lions
Plastic entanglement is all too common.
That single-use bottle goes on one heck of a journey.
DIY Food Wrap
Ditch the plastic kind and make your own!
Reduce, Reuse or Recycle?
Recycling isn't always the answer.
What are Microplastics?
Find out in under a minute
Plastic Food Chain
From the floating stuff to microscopic particles - what happens to plastic in the ocean?
Love from the Sea
See the ocean through pink-tinted goggles.
Endangered Wetlands, Endangered Species
The Oregon spotted frog needs a unique habitat to thrive.
Make your own eco-glitter in a few simple steps.
Under the Sea
See the ocean through the eyes of passionate divers.
The Beluga Genome
Scientists have sequenced the beluga genome for the first time. What's next?
Plastic's Journey to the Ocean
Most plastic gets thrown out on land, so how does it end up in our oceans?
Meet the people exploring, protecting, and inspiring change.
Doing your bit for our oceans in 2018 doesn't have to be hard. Start by changing just ONE THING.
Best of Ocean Wise 2017
Rescued sea otters, DIY tutorials, Ocean Kitchen & more. Revisit the most popular ocean.org stories.
Cooking For The Ocean
This holiday season, Ocean Wise Chef Ned Bell keeps things sustainable and delicious in the kitchen.
A Killer Whale Christmas
They have family traditions just like us, but they're under threat in the wild.
A Million Little Pieces
The floating stuff is just at the surface. Dive deeper into the plastic problem.
Dreaming of a Green Christmas?
From gift ideas to wrapping paper: DIY your holiday season with these ocean-friendly tutorials.
The Arctic is warming. What does this mean for Inuit who live there, and the rest of the world?