On Valentine’s Day, Show Our Ocean Some Love

Posted Wed, 02/14/2018 - 11:00

It’s Valentine’s Day, so take some time today to show our ocean some love. We get a lot from the ocean—food, travel, even clean air to breathe— so return the love by thinking about how you can help protect it from marine debris. Consider how you might contribute to the marine debris problem and think about changes you could make to help. Do you bring reusable bags to the grocery store? Do you drink out of a reusable bottle at work? Do you follow your municipality’s recycling regulations for items you can’t reuse? Following the 4R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse!) whenever you can makes a big difference for our ocean.

If you’d like to make a bigger gesture, consider helping to spread the word about marine debris or getting involved in a cleanup event! There are lots of free outreach materials on our website and our monthly e-newsletter lists cleanups happening throughout the country each month. No matter how you choose to show the ocean some love, every little bit helps. Let’s work together to love our ocean and give it the attention it deserves!

Happy Valentine’s Day from the NOAA Marine Debris Program.

Child's artwork of a heart-shaped life ring with the words "Save the Sea from Debris."
(artwork by James S., grade 7, Louisiana, as featured in the 2018 Marine Debris Calendar)

 

On Valentine’s Day, Show Our Ocean Some Love

Posted Wed, 02/14/2018 - 11:00
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Ashaar Sanchez

Wed, 02/14/2018 - 11:59

let's support our ocean for supporting us today and take care of our trash and dispose of plastics properly.

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