The oceans are in trouble and we need your help to protect and restore them.
Save Marine Life From Single-Use Plastics
The Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act would phase out certain single-use plastics and shift the burden of plastic waste to the companies producing it. Tell your members of Congress to protect our oceans and marine life from plastic pollution.
President Biden: Stop Illegal Fishing, Expand Transparency and Fight Seafood Fraud
Across the globe, IUU fishing depletes fish populations, destroys essential habitats and can be a driver of forced labor and human rights abuses.
Tell Amazon: Give me a plastic free packaging choice
Amazon can help protect marine life and fight the ocean plastic pollution crisis by giving its customers a plastic-free packaging choice. Tell Amazon to give customers like YOU a plastic-free packaging choice at checkout.
Tell U.S. and Canadian Governments: Protect North Atlantic Right Whales
Only around 360 critically endangered North Atlantic right whales remain. Tell your federal government officials to take immediate action to protect North Atlantic right whales before these iconic whales are gone forever.
Tell the Canadian Government to Rebuild Depleted Fish Populations
Despite significant government commitments and investments in sustainable fisheries, only a quarter of Canada’s fish populations are considered healthy. Tell the Canadian government that it must sustainably manage Canada’s fisheries immediatley.
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We have already protected nearly 4 million square miles of ocean and innumerable sea life – but there is still more to be done.