If I could give everyone in the U.S. a present I would give them an awesome reuabe grocery bag! Not only do they keep your groceries cold, it’s an immense help on pollution! It would be the most useful present ever! Below are some links to some cool reusable bags, many big stores sell them,… Continue reading Reusable Grocery Bags; do yourself a favor, and keep the oceans blue!
It’s an amazing feeling to read about all of the countries and people envolved in conserving the home that has given so much to us. Recently I was reading up on countries/cities that have showed effort in either banning or taxing the use of plastic bags, and I was amazed by the large amount of contribution!… Continue reading The Uphill Battle Against Plastic Bags: Awesome Efforts!
I understand I’m constantly banging and downing on the amount of destruction humans have on our world, specifically our oceans. There are times when some of us come together to bring change for the better. A recent example is the bans on styrofoam, a pollutant made of polystyrene, a non-recyclable, non-biodegradable product. Many cities in… Continue reading Cheers! Bans on Styrofoam
Previously I’ve spoken about the basic plastic we find in water bottles, plastic bags, or plastic utensils. In this post I’m introducing a type of plastic that has an enormous amount of power and is affecting our oceans and world with no pros in sight. “Expanded polystyrene foam”, aka styrofoam, is a common product used… Continue reading Break Up with Styrofoam </3: What is it and What Can We Do?
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!
Plastic pollution is a huge problem, we know this. A collective example of ocean pollution is plastic island patches; basically tons of plastic debris packed together that cover our seas, polluting them with hurtful plastic pieces. A trait that makes plastic a product that is very difficult to fight against (other than the fact that everyone… Continue reading Defeat the 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