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We are only as strong as the sea is clean. Small waves, small changes become Big Waves, Big changes.

We are only as strong as the sea is clean. Small waves, small changes become Big Waves, Big changes.

Plastic bags this is why we don't use them. Turtles think they look like food digest them & die,  or get caught up in them it wraps around them & they become deformed when they grow up.

Plastic bags this is why we don't use them. Turtles think they look like food digest them & die, or get caught up in them it wraps around them & they become deformed when they grow up.

11 Tips to Save the Oceans #WorldOceansDay @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Hand Oynar Plus Skincare Skincare

11 Tips to Save the Oceans #WorldOceansDay @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Hand Oynar Plus Skincare Skincare

Respect our environment. What's beneath the waves?

Respect our environment. What's beneath the waves?

Nothing more than a garbage dump between 1950 and 1967, California’s Glass Beach is now quite the tourist attraction.  The Glass Beach used to be full of garbage, glass, broken china, rusted junk, all reduced by an ocasional fire or two. Fortunately the people realized the error of their ways and decided to clean up the beach and let nature turn it into the beauty it is today.    The elements did their job, transforming the glass shards into shiny, colorful jewels that you could spend hours…

Nothing more than a garbage dump between 1950 and 1967, California’s Glass Beach is now quite the tourist attraction. The Glass Beach used to be full of garbage, glass, broken china, rusted junk, all reduced by an ocasional fire or two. Fortunately the people realized the error of their ways and decided to clean up the beach and let nature turn it into the beauty it is today. The elements did their job, transforming the glass shards into shiny, colorful jewels that you could spend hours…

What’s the size of Texas, made of plastic, and floating in the Pacific Ocean?  If you guessed the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” you’re right.  The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is also known as the largest landfill in the world, and unfortunately it is not found in a thoroughly planned, designed and controlled waste management facility — it’s found in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

What’s the size of Texas, made of plastic, and floating in the Pacific Ocean? If you guessed the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” you’re right. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is also known as the largest landfill in the world, and unfortunately it is not found in a thoroughly planned, designed and controlled waste management facility — it’s found in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

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.

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.

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