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June 17, 2019

We’ve conquered the moon and we’ve also made it to Mars. But the earth’s ocean remains a deep mystery to this day. And whatever little that we know is disappointing, to say the least.

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Studies show that over 800 marine life species are being harmed by our waste that lands into the ocean. Some part of this waste comes from industries, but households play a large role in ocean pollution too. According to researchers, there are over 50 trillion particles of floating microplastics in the ocean today! And they’re actively killing our ocean pals. Did you know that just a single piece of plastic can kill a sea turtle?

If you’re going down the guilt trip, let us reassure you that all’s not lost. You can still make a difference and help the ocean by buying comfortable casual shoes womensThe Ocean Vibe has been contributing to charities like The Ocean Conservancy and Sea Turtle Preservation Association for years now. You can support us and buy our ocean themed apparel to make your contribution count.

You can make these simple changes to your life and help conserve marine life:

1. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Our main focus should be on reducing ocean pollution. Sea turtles often misperceive floating plastic bags for jelly fish and birds get tangled in fishing nets. All of these can be prevented if we just control and manage our waste disposal. The ocean is flooded with trash but you can always arrange a community clean up session.

2. Save Water

A sustainable, environmentally friendly lifestyle can also be easy on your wallet. Reduce your monthly bills by saving water. Make sure you turn the tap off when you’re brushing your teeth or shampooing your hair. Simple things like this can save you gallons!

3. Eat organic

There’s growing debate on whether maintaining a plant based diet is really helping tackle climate change. And while coastal populations continue to thrive on a seafood diet, it’s important to be cautious of fishing practices. Ask your supplier where the food comes from, whether it’s cruelty-free and if it’s sustainable.

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4. Use Eco-Friendly Products

Did you know that the cleaning products in your home can be toxic and carcinogenic? Such products can contribute to indoor air pollution. Meanwhile, they’re still going down the drain so it’s not like the problem stays bounded. If you want to go for green cleaning products, you can find most items in your kitchen cabinet. White vinegar can be used to kill germs, baking soda can remove bad odor and hydrogen peroxide can remove stains.

Making these simple changes in your lifestyle can translate into bigger change as you and your community joins hands to help save the ocean!

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