11 Insignificant Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Help Save the Ocean


Hello everyone and happy Friday! I was contacted by Emma from Modest Fish, regarding my article about Ocean Cleanup, a company working to clean up the 5 trillion pieces of plastic in our beautiful oceans.


Modest Fish, founded by Christopher Adams, is aimed at educating, informing and entertaining people about all things dealing with fish. If  you are a regular follower of my blog, you’ll know my son loves fish, the ocean and all things about marine life, AND he keeps fish, and it is NOT easy. So, I’m grateful for Christopher and everyone at Modest Fish.

The folks at Modest Fish were grateful I had left a link to an inspiring article by Oceana.org, 10 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO SAVE THE OCEAN. Christopher, at Modest Fish, has written an absolutely wonderful article about the ocean. This article, 11 INSIGNIFICANT LIFESTYLE CHANGES YOU CAN MAKE TO HELP SAVE THE OCEAN, is an in depth look at the ocean, reasons to save the ocean, pollution statistics, effects of pollution and how you can help. In order to bring attention to this amazing article, I decided to post it on my blog. Follow the link below, to read the rest of the article.

You’re 100% right to be searching for new ways you can help save your ocean. The brutal truth is, when you look into ocean pollution statistic, it’s terrifying. Some of the numbers are inconceivable. In this article, you’ll discover the current state of your ocean and the everyday things you can do to help save it.

Source: 11 Insignificant Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Help Save the Ocean

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