Sorry for not posting much the past month, I promise to start posting more often again. I’m happy to come back on a good note! Proposition 67 passed with the new election and proposition results! Proposition 67 is a ban in California on large grocery stores and pharmacies from providing plastic single-use carryout bags, continuing… Continue reading Proposition 67 Passed! Hooray!
Hello! As summer comes to an end for most of us it’s time to go back to school. it’s important that we are always aware and active on conserving our world, here are some helpful ideas on how to keep our oceans blue! To-and-from: From my experience, most schools (k-12) are located conveniently near… Continue reading Back-to-School Special: Helpful Ways to Keep Our Oceans Blue!
I believe a common mistake people make on the topic of ocean pollution, and one of the main reasons why it is not being resolved fast is that people neglect it, or they think it’s not important NOW. And I can’t blame them, if they aren’t aware then it’s hard to care (that rhymed). The… Continue reading 88% of Our Ocean’s Surface Has Plastic Debris Floating Around
It’s fascinating how fast our world is changing, just 20 years ago hardly anyone had cell phones, now look around! Imagine how different our world will be in just another 40 years, many things will be different, for the better, and for the worst. I came across a shocking discovery a little while ago that… Continue reading The Competition Between Plastic and Fish
Oceans are mysterious; they’re filled with interesting animals and beautiful marine landscapes. Sadly, they’re now also home to large masses of floating plastic debris, whom have been swept up from land. The ocean is a victim to our exaggerated love for a cheap and durable product, plastic. But how does all this plastic end grouping… Continue reading The Islands We Don’t Vacation at: Plastic Islands
A plastic water bottle is convenient for if you want a drink for a soccer game or an easily accessible form of hydrating, it’s convenient and a fast short cut, but that’s where the pros end. Some might say that they prefer bottled water because of its cleanness, and purity, something the tap cannot produce,… Continue reading Ditch the Bottle
We are all connected, all of us, the sea stars, the parrots, humans, and ocean pollution, we’re all one big confused and desperate family. So don’t think that you can avoid recycling and not have karma poisoning your food, literally. Just think, that plastic water bottle, plastic bag, plastic fork, you threw away last… Continue reading A Reckless Convenience: Plastic Water Bottles