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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

combined with 💙 I just need to do a special shoutout to for being literally one of the best friends I could ever ask for. I just love you so much & can never explain how thankful I am for your friendship 😭💙✨ Can we go on another cruise please?

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 9, 2017

I don't turn 27 every day but when I do I make sure it's BOMB💣😌 • 08.06.17: World Ocean Day, moving home after 8 years away, hanging out with my best friends for vegan food before seeing my faaavourite contemporary artist live🙏🏼 Seriously though, do yourself a favour and listen to asap! I even include his instagram so it can't get any easier for you✋🏼 You can thank me later😌 🎤😮

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 20, 2017

Pulau Liwungan, Citeureup, Pandeglang . Repost from - 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 . visit, follow, and tag .

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

🎥 Video by * Happy World Oceans Day!! "Some moments open eyes, others change perspectives." 🌈 Mother Nature (especially on the Na Pali coast) , has a way of rearranging the way my my brain thinks 🌎 Счастливый День Мирового океана! «Некоторые моменты открывают глаза, другие меняют перспективы». 🌈 Мать-природа (особенно на побережье На-Пали), имеет способ перестроить мой мозг * дуга py ping

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 9, 2017

Every time I fly I still get nervous, but once I see the Earth from above... I forget about everything because it's the most beautiful thing you can ever see. It's our little planet, whatever religion, colour, political view you are, we live on this little sphere in an infinite universe. Now it's time to appreciate, love it and take care of it. Yes I'm doing a post not because it's cool and to please the public opinion, but because every little message like this brings something out in someone. It's enough to touch one person to make an impact 💙

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 9, 2017

💔💔💔 from - ・・・ Thought I would share one of my favorite images for 2017 as it speaks to what's going on with the Ocean today. 28 billion pounds of plastic ends up in our Ocean each year (gross!) & 70% of the World's oxygen comes from the Ocean. We kill the ocean, we essentially kill ourselves. Every year, in oceans around the world, tens of millions of sharks are hunted and killed. Sharks play a very important role, as they are at the top of the food chain in virtually every part of the ocean. In that role, they keep populations of other fish healthy and in proper proportion for the ocean's ecosystem. There are so many issues with the ocean due to selfish and careless human activity. From overfishing & illegal shark finning, to ocean pollution, coral bleaching, and governments not taking responsibility for environmental ocean laws, we will in turn kill our existence on this planet. There are solutions. Act now and do something. Stop buying plastic everyday or just stop buying it. I know it's hard but just try it. I promise it will feel good. Don't eat fish, it's malnutrition seafood and toxic right now anyways. If you must consume fish, think local. It starts at home first. Educate yourself. Educate others. Wake up. Care. We are so blessed to experience the Ocean on this blue planet, but swimming in plastic is not sexy.

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 14, 2017

Así es de cerca... Un pequeño equipo de buzos en San Andrés, la semana pasado nos dimos cita en el día mundial de los océanos para sacar "basura" del fondo Del Mar. Aparentemente hacia los años 70 comenzó en el mundo una actividad con la idea de convertir llantas (neumático) en un refugio atractivo para los peces, capaz de proporcionar la estructura idónea para el crecimiento de corales. Lo que quedó, con el paso del tiempo, fueron llantas a la deriva golpeando los arrecifes naturales, matando los corales... Una iniciativa que se demostró absolutamente equivocada y nociva para el medio ambiente. Con mucho esfuerzo físico y gastando mucho dinero se ha venido en diferentes lugares del mundo sacando estas llantas de la profundidad del Mar. Cuando al sumergirme empecé a acercarme confieso que me tocó tranquilizar mi respiración de lo impactante que fue ver este "cementerio de llantas submarino" en donde como pueden ver ustedes en estas imágenes poca vida hay. Por un momento solo veía llantas, llantas y más llantas. Nos mirábamos y empezamos a comunicarnos entre nosotros para apilarlas, amarrarlas para que luego desde afuera el ejército con su fuerza las llevara a la superficie. No solo me encontré con llantas, escarbando entre la blanca arena de repente sacaba botellas de cerveza de vidrio café, anzuelos enredados entre los corales, telas tan largas que parecían que no terminarán de salir, grandes pedazos de fibra de vidrio entre otros. Todavía veo las imágenes y se me eriza la piel. Únicamente estando ahí adentro entendemos que el comportamiento de nosotros los seres humanos es terriblemente injusto con nuestro planeta. Si esto se pensaba como un gran proyecto de arrecife artificial debo decir que este arrecife es un absoluto desastre ecológico. Esperen mañana el vídeo completo. 💦🐠🐟🐬🐳🐢🌍🌊🌎🦎💚 (mi compañero y guía 👉🏻 )

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 9, 2017

💙🙏🏻🌊🦋 ( late) 💙🌊

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 10, 2017

Flat waves and foamy beer; happy late

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

"Changing Waves" by Joan Hornig 🌊 bacteria capable of breaking down plastic 🌊 looks like the sculptures from the are gone off to auction now. I stumbled upon my first one a few weeks ago and became curious, researched and learned more about it, and had so much fun following the artistic treasure map in support of and 's mission to save the world's oceans. Thanks !

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

When human culture reconciliate with the protection of environment: the Nias Heritage Museum not only displays a unique collection of books and artifacts from Nias, it also provides environmental awareness and education! Here a signboard explaining how throwing plastic in the sea and rivers affect the whole food web, including human being who consume seafood and fish. We should not forget that an important percentage of the human population, often the most vulnerables, rely mainly on sea products for their daily protein intake and hence their survival conservation

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

combined with 💙 I just need to do a special shoutout to for being literally one of the best friends I could ever ask for. I just love you so much & can never explain how thankful I am for your friendship 😭💙✨ Can we go on another cruise please?

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Everyday is ・・・ 'Last of their kind' All oceans are threatened with mass extinction and coral bleaching caused by massive overfishing, habitat loss, persistent pollution and acidifcation. In just a few short years, the world’s oceans will empty of fish. Today a huge amount of sea mammals is threatened with extinction. Pollution control, sustainable fisheries, habitat maintenance and the creation of ocean reserves could help marine life recover and thrive. There is time for humans to halt the damage. 🐋🐟🦑🦀🦈🌊

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

This year's 🌎 🌊 Day may have passed but we can't afford to turn our attention away from one of the greatest crises of our time. What choices can you make every day to reduce your plastic consumption and eliminate single-use packaging? via ・・・ Happy World Ocean Day guys!⠀ ⠀ We're sea creatures at pebble...the wind in our hair, the sun on our face - we love being on boats. But single use plastics are the ticking timebomb of our time - what can you do to stop using so much plastic?⠀ ⠀ notfantastic challenge waste style

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

A moment from this morning in Mexico of a wave sent from a storm off New Zealand. Look out for the full story coming soon.

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on Hastag #WorldOceanDay Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Tidligere denne måneden var det Verdenshavenes Dag, noe som ble markert på flere av våre Natur & Miljø-prosjekter. I Kambodsja jobbet våre frivillige på Dykking & Marinbevaring med å øke bevisstheten rundt marinbevaring og resirkulering blant lokalbefolkningen. De jobbet med 138 barn fra en lokal skole, og organiserte ulike aktiviteter for å feire havet. Lokalbefolkningen deltok i strandrydding, og de fjernet tilsammen 869 kg søppel i løpet av dagen. Barna fikk lære hvor lang tid nedbrytning av søppel tar i havet, og hvordan de skulle resirkulere søpla riktig 🇰🇭⠀ _________________________________________ norge

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