Keeping our oceans clean is our goal.
Shot by @javier.goya from @urafilms with our insulated bottle made of stainless steel, somewhere in the basque country.
Never use plastic bottles again! 🌊🌍 #plasticfreeoceans .
Mantener el mar limpio es nuestro objetivo.
Foto de nuestro termo de acero inoxidable por @javier.goya de @urafilms en algún lugar del país vasco.
No uses más botellas de plástico! 🌊🌍
My citric watercolor design for @bobababy_ca🍋🍊🍋 Vancouver became the first Canadian city to ban single use plastic straws in 2019🚫. According to city officials, 57-million plastic straws are thrown out every day. And plastic straws make up 2 percent of Vancouver’s shoreline litter😑. Here comes the solution⬆️! Use reusable glass straws and keep enjoying your favorite drinks🍊🍋🍊Use FESTIVE10 code at checkout!
RU. Ванкувер - первый Канадский город в котором в июле 2019 года будут запрещены одноразовые трубочки! В Канаде сильная пропаганда всего натурального и безопасного. Жизнь океана под угрозой, животные глотают всякую дрянь, от которой вскоре и гибнут. Пластик не переваривается и не выходит из желудка( Страшная картина, когда птицы и морские животные просто гибнут от истощения.. Помните! Даже контактные линзы нельзя смывать в раковину!
The Philippine Rise also known as "Benham Rise"
Benham Bank, not to be confused with Philippine Rise itself, is a sea mount found in the undersea region. With a depth of 40 - 70 meters and measures around 17,000 hectares or just 1% of the entire region.
@oceanaphilippines a not government organization established in 2014. Oceana Philippines is part of the exploration of Benham Bank last 2016.
Follow @oceanaphilippines for more info about the Philippine Rise.
Let's protect our Ocean. Our Territory. Our Country.
The Puget Sound orcas are in peril: they don’t have enough food to eat. Or rather, the chinook salmon that they need to live a healthy life is there...but instead of going on their menu, the same salmon is listed on restaurant menus instead. We often hear of how the unsustainable part of the fishing industry takes from ocean animals and in this case, it is literal.
The Puget sounds are a part of the Southern resident killer (SRKW) whale family, named after where they live. And so most of us might not be strangers to their struggle with starvation. We saw this happen to Tahlequah’s newborn, and to Scarlet, a young calf, last summer. And another 2 more sick orcas (one being Tahlequah’s mother) might not even make it to summer. Tahlequah has really had a rough year. 🐬
Some experts have mentioned that the solution is simple which is to make sure they have enough salmon. Orcas are also big on family values, usually found feeding in large pods. But the lack of food has made them have to split up to search for whatever salmon is left for them. 🐬
We ask you to share their story, to spread the word and ask that you say no to salmon, and when possible inquire as to where salmon on a restaurant's menu comes from. One important way you can help out is by visiting www.whaleresearch.com/orca-conservation to learn about some actions you can take to speak up for the orcas. (Seattle Times)
Photo by @pelagic_life // @jerochucho