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  • Hi Darlings! Itu lumba-lumbanya lagi ngapain ya?

Eh iya mereka salah satu mamalia laut yang suka banget main-main bareng kelompoknya. Tapi kasihan gara-gara sampah plastik lumba-lumbanya jadi keganggu gitu darls!

Dan ini salah satu fakta di Hari Laut Sedunia, gimana sampah plastik masih gentayangan di lautan. Solusi buat ngurangin sampah plastik sebenernya banyak lho, tinggal ngerubah kebiasaannya aja yang perlu dikerjain bareng-bareng.

Udah sadar dengan lingkungan sekitar belum? Share di komen yuk.

Source: @karmagawa

#Siapdarling #aksidarling #zerowaste #reduce #reuse #HariLautSedunia #WorldOceansDay
  • Hi Darlings! Itu lumba-lumbanya lagi ngapain ya?

    Eh iya mereka salah satu mamalia laut yang suka banget main-main bareng kelompoknya. Tapi kasihan gara-gara sampah plastik lumba-lumbanya jadi keganggu gitu darls!

    Dan ini salah satu fakta di Hari Laut Sedunia, gimana sampah plastik masih gentayangan di lautan. Solusi buat ngurangin sampah plastik sebenernya banyak lho, tinggal ngerubah kebiasaannya aja yang perlu dikerjain bareng-bareng.

    Udah sadar dengan lingkungan sekitar belum? Share di komen yuk.

    Source: @karmagawa

    #Siapdarling #aksidarling #zerowaste #reduce #reuse #HariLautSedunia #WorldOceansDay
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  • ไม่รู้สิ รู้สึกว่าทะเลบ้านเราไม่ว่าจะที่ไหนก็สวยและมีเอกลักษณ์ของที่นั้นๆ เวลาเห็นข่าวเชิงลบเอย ทำลายธรรมชาติเอย ขยะเอย เห็นแล้วรู้สึกเศร้าอ่ะ มันคือทรัพยากรที่ไม่ใช่แค่เราหรือคนในพื้นที่ที่เป็นเจ้าของแต่มันคือทุกคนนะ 💙

Save sea = Save world = Save us
#SeaYouTomorrow  #ทะเลวันพรุ่งนี้อยู่ในมือคุณ  #WorldOceansDay
  • ไม่รู้สิ รู้สึกว่าทะเลบ้านเราไม่ว่าจะที่ไหนก็สวยและมีเอกลักษณ์ของที่นั้นๆ เวลาเห็นข่าวเชิงลบเอย ทำลายธรรมชาติเอย ขยะเอย เห็นแล้วรู้สึกเศร้าอ่ะ มันคือทรัพยากรที่ไม่ใช่แค่เราหรือคนในพื้นที่ที่เป็นเจ้าของแต่มันคือทุกคนนะ 💙

    Save sea = Save world = Save us
    #SeaYouTomorrow #ทะเลวันพรุ่งนี้อยู่ในมือคุณ #WorldOceansDay
  •  153  0  1 hour ago
  • Jak Twój tydzień?🦋 jutro wolne?🤸‍♂️
Bądź wojownikiem i nie poddawaj się. Dziś zastanawiam się kiedy jest taki moment, że sobie odpuszczamy. W pracy, na macie, w sprawach prywatnych. 🧘‍♀️W praktyce Yogi Ashtanga jest tak, że przechodzę przez wszystkie pozycje w serii kolejno występujących po sobie i nic nie omijam. Niektóre pozycje bardzo lubię, inne mniej. Bo są trudne i słabo mi wychodzą. Czasami taka praca nad jedną asaną może trwać latami i nadal pozostawia poczucie niedosytu. Ale co zrobić, w yodze nie chodzi przecież o osiąganie celów. Akceptuję obecny stan rzeczy ale nie poddaję się. Idę dalej. A następnego dnia podejmuję kolejną próbę. Nie zakładam co będzie. Przyjmuję to co jest ale staram się i wkładam wysiłek. 
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A więc dziś mam taką propozycję dla Ciebie Drogi Yoginie, bądź silny 💪 Walcz, staraj się, nie odpuszczaj i nie poddawaj się. Twoje wysiłki może nie dadzą natychmiastowych efektów, ale wykorzystuj swój potencjał i działaj. Działanie jest dużo bardziej znaczące niż osiągnięte cele. 
Życzę Ci wspaniałego dnia!💙🙌
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📸 ze wspaniałego #worldoceansday 🙏 
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#yoga #bestrong #dontgiveup #work #yogaeverywhere #justbreathe #doyoga #bepresent #beaware #enjoythemoment #listentoyourbody #yogadailypractice #yogapose #yogainspiration #yogamotivation #yogaeveryday #yogaforeverybody #yogalife #yogalove #yogalifestyle #practicemakesprogress #practiceandalliscoming #jogaklub #ewayogastudio
  • Jak Twój tydzień?🦋 jutro wolne?🤸‍♂️
    Bądź wojownikiem i nie poddawaj się. Dziś zastanawiam się kiedy jest taki moment, że sobie odpuszczamy. W pracy, na macie, w sprawach prywatnych. 🧘‍♀️W praktyce Yogi Ashtanga jest tak, że przechodzę przez wszystkie pozycje w serii kolejno występujących po sobie i nic nie omijam. Niektóre pozycje bardzo lubię, inne mniej. Bo są trudne i słabo mi wychodzą. Czasami taka praca nad jedną asaną może trwać latami i nadal pozostawia poczucie niedosytu. Ale co zrobić, w yodze nie chodzi przecież o osiąganie celów. Akceptuję obecny stan rzeczy ale nie poddaję się. Idę dalej. A następnego dnia podejmuję kolejną próbę. Nie zakładam co będzie. Przyjmuję to co jest ale staram się i wkładam wysiłek.
    _____________________
    A więc dziś mam taką propozycję dla Ciebie Drogi Yoginie, bądź silny 💪 Walcz, staraj się, nie odpuszczaj i nie poddawaj się. Twoje wysiłki może nie dadzą natychmiastowych efektów, ale wykorzystuj swój potencjał i działaj. Działanie jest dużo bardziej znaczące niż osiągnięte cele.
    Życzę Ci wspaniałego dnia!💙🙌
    ______________________
    📸 ze wspaniałego #worldoceansday 🙏
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    #yoga #bestrong #dontgiveup #work #yogaeverywhere #justbreathe #doyoga #bepresent #beaware #enjoythemoment #listentoyourbody #yogadailypractice #yogapose #yogainspiration #yogamotivation #yogaeveryday #yogaforeverybody #yogalife #yogalove #yogalifestyle #practicemakesprogress #practiceandalliscoming #jogaklub #ewayogastudio
  •  14  1  2 hours ago
  • If you’re looking to turn your frown upside down:
1. Smile😊 2. Dive🧜🏼‍♀️ 3. Do a handstand 😂🤷🏼‍♀️
📸 — @camitorresph
🏬 — @dpmdivinghostels
🌴 — Gili Trawangan, Lombok - Indonesia 🇮🇩
  • If you’re looking to turn your frown upside down:
    1. Smile😊 2. Dive🧜🏼‍♀️ 3. Do a handstand 😂🤷🏼‍♀️
    📸 — @camitorresph
    🏬 — @dpmdivinghostels
    🌴 — Gili Trawangan, Lombok - Indonesia 🇮🇩
  •  318  8  2 hours ago
  • Saturday the 8th June was World Oceans Day. I celebrated by doing the following:

1. Downloaded the Runtastic app and signed up for the ocean challenge so that every km I ran during the week of 8-16th June will contribute $1 towards  education on ocean plastic.
2. I walked/jogged a 12km Route using the app and picked up rubbish at the same time. (I picked up 2 full black plastic bags just around the Rondebosch commons. Although this isn’t a beach, plastic which gets into the storm water drains ends up in the ocean. Every time I run here I’m shocked at the amount of rubbish even in a well to do neighborhood)
3. Dropped of my washed recyclables off at Oasis recycling. (I am constantly disappointed by how few people do this. Who is still not recycling in 2019? Holy shit be better recycling is the least you can do)
4. Made an ecobrick from the non-recyclable plastic I’ve been collecting over the last few months. 
5. Went shopping for groceries with my reusable bags and barrier bags
6. Made a vegan dinner
7. Used my plastic free cosmetic products. (I have a bamboo toothbrush and hairbrush, deodorant that comes in a cardboard tube, toothpaste in a glass jar and buy shampoo in bulk from Nude foods.)
8. Drove home feeling defeated and disappointed by the thousands of pieces of plastic still flying around the street and overcome with the familiar feeling of anxiety over the insignificance of my efforts and the impending doom of life on earth as we know it.
9. Gave myself a talking to, followed one of my new hero’s, Afroz Shah, on Instagram and reminded myself that, in the words of Dr Katherine Wilkinson, “it is an incredible thing to be alive in a moment that matters so much. This earth, our home is calling for us to be bold”
10. Sat on it for 2 weeks trying to decide whether or not making a post on social media looks too preachy and self righteous before deciding to do it anyway in the hope that just one person will start doing one of the things listed above in their own lives. #zerowaste #zerowastewannabe #planetnotplastic #worldoceansday #veganforenvironment #bethechange
  • Saturday the 8th June was World Oceans Day. I celebrated by doing the following:

    1. Downloaded the Runtastic app and signed up for the ocean challenge so that every km I ran during the week of 8-16th June will contribute $1 towards education on ocean plastic.
    2. I walked/jogged a 12km Route using the app and picked up rubbish at the same time. (I picked up 2 full black plastic bags just around the Rondebosch commons. Although this isn’t a beach, plastic which gets into the storm water drains ends up in the ocean. Every time I run here I’m shocked at the amount of rubbish even in a well to do neighborhood)
    3. Dropped of my washed recyclables off at Oasis recycling. (I am constantly disappointed by how few people do this. Who is still not recycling in 2019? Holy shit be better recycling is the least you can do)
    4. Made an ecobrick from the non-recyclable plastic I’ve been collecting over the last few months.
    5. Went shopping for groceries with my reusable bags and barrier bags
    6. Made a vegan dinner
    7. Used my plastic free cosmetic products. (I have a bamboo toothbrush and hairbrush, deodorant that comes in a cardboard tube, toothpaste in a glass jar and buy shampoo in bulk from Nude foods.)
    8. Drove home feeling defeated and disappointed by the thousands of pieces of plastic still flying around the street and overcome with the familiar feeling of anxiety over the insignificance of my efforts and the impending doom of life on earth as we know it.
    9. Gave myself a talking to, followed one of my new hero’s, Afroz Shah, on Instagram and reminded myself that, in the words of Dr Katherine Wilkinson, “it is an incredible thing to be alive in a moment that matters so much. This earth, our home is calling for us to be bold”
    10. Sat on it for 2 weeks trying to decide whether or not making a post on social media looks too preachy and self righteous before deciding to do it anyway in the hope that just one person will start doing one of the things listed above in their own lives. #zerowaste #zerowastewannabe #planetnotplastic #worldoceansday #veganforenvironment #bethechange
  •  12  1  3 hours ago
  • Chantecaille It’s #WorldOceansDay so we’re giving the seas some love. Oceans do way more than we knew: They produce oxygen for us to breathe, regulate the climate, harbor 200,000+ known species, and feed over 2.6 billion people along the coasts. But they need our help! “Simply put, we take way too much life out of the ocean and have put way too much waste into it,” says Dr. Sarah Hameed, senior scientist at Marine Conservation Institute. #Togetherwecan turn things around to save the ocean and the creatures that live in it. #Chantecaille, #Chantecaillesg
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To read more from Dr. Hameed on Le Magazine, go to link in bio.
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Here are a few ways you can pitch in: 🌊
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🐟Pick up trash along your local beach
🐟Say no to single-use plastic
🐟Choose sustainably caught fish
🐟Support organizations and companies protecting the ocean
🐟Watch an ocean documentary like Blue Planet, Life in the Blue, or @ChasingCoral
  • Chantecaille It’s #WorldOceansDay so we’re giving the seas some love. Oceans do way more than we knew: They produce oxygen for us to breathe, regulate the climate, harbor 200,000+ known species, and feed over 2.6 billion people along the coasts. But they need our help! “Simply put, we take way too much life out of the ocean and have put way too much waste into it,” says Dr. Sarah Hameed, senior scientist at Marine Conservation Institute. #Togetherwecan turn things around to save the ocean and the creatures that live in it. #Chantecaille, #Chantecaillesg

    To read more from Dr. Hameed on Le Magazine, go to link in bio.

    Here are a few ways you can pitch in: 🌊

    🐟Pick up trash along your local beach
    🐟Say no to single-use plastic
    🐟Choose sustainably caught fish
    🐟Support organizations and companies protecting the ocean
    🐟Watch an ocean documentary like Blue Planet, Life in the Blue, or @ChasingCoral
  •  10  0  5 hours ago
  • Tag a turtle lover! 🐢 💙

@happyanimalls
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The leatherback turtle is the largest sea turtle species on earth ranging from 4-8 feet in length and can weigh up to 900kg. They propel through the water using their powerful front flippers that can span up to 3m, while their rear flippers are used to aid with direction (Lasala, 2018). Leatherbacks have delicate jaws meaning they can only eat soft bodied animals such as jellyfish which are composed of mainly water with poor nutrients. Similarly to other species of turtle, leatherbacks migrate extreme distances for breeding and feeding purposes, travelling as far as 10,000 miles across the pacific (Eckert, 2002). Despite this species persisting for over 100 million years, the pacific population of leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) has dramatically declined in the last 25 years which has been linked to fisheries, meat harvesting and in more recent years climate variability (Jones, 2012). Recent studies of climate change projections show that with increased ocean temperatures many sea turtle behaviours have been altered such as nesting times which may lead to altered incubation conditions, breeding success, hatchling dispersal and even sex ratio (Tomillo, 2015). Wastern Pacific leatherback populations have plummeted more than 80% along with Eastern pacific leatherback declining by more than 97% (NOAA, 2016). Many organisations are working hard on solutions to #climate #change and effects it may have on species including the leatherback turtle. Conservation actions are needed for the survival of this species and many others so get involved and do your part to #ReduceClimateChange.
#Conservation #Protect #helpsavesharks #saveourspecies #savetheocean #marineresearch #worldoceansday #worldoceanday #oceanday #turtle #turtles #iloveturtles #turtlelover 
Words by @sarwren
Video: by @surftobago
  • Tag a turtle lover! 🐢 💙

    @happyanimalls
    ~
    The leatherback turtle is the largest sea turtle species on earth ranging from 4-8 feet in length and can weigh up to 900kg. They propel through the water using their powerful front flippers that can span up to 3m, while their rear flippers are used to aid with direction (Lasala, 2018). Leatherbacks have delicate jaws meaning they can only eat soft bodied animals such as jellyfish which are composed of mainly water with poor nutrients. Similarly to other species of turtle, leatherbacks migrate extreme distances for breeding and feeding purposes, travelling as far as 10,000 miles across the pacific (Eckert, 2002). Despite this species persisting for over 100 million years, the pacific population of leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) has dramatically declined in the last 25 years which has been linked to fisheries, meat harvesting and in more recent years climate variability (Jones, 2012). Recent studies of climate change projections show that with increased ocean temperatures many sea turtle behaviours have been altered such as nesting times which may lead to altered incubation conditions, breeding success, hatchling dispersal and even sex ratio (Tomillo, 2015). Wastern Pacific leatherback populations have plummeted more than 80% along with Eastern pacific leatherback declining by more than 97% (NOAA, 2016). Many organisations are working hard on solutions to #climate #change and effects it may have on species including the leatherback turtle. Conservation actions are needed for the survival of this species and many others so get involved and do your part to #ReduceClimateChange.
    #Conservation #Protect #helpsavesharks #saveourspecies #savetheocean #marineresearch #worldoceansday #worldoceanday #oceanday #turtle #turtles #iloveturtles #turtlelover
    Words by @sarwren
    Video: by @surftobago
  •  1,206  32  5 hours ago
  • Tag a turtle lover! 🐢 💙

@happyanimalls
~
The leatherback turtle is the largest sea turtle species on earth ranging from 4-8 feet in length and can weigh up to 900kg. They propel through the water using their powerful front flippers that can span up to 3m, while their rear flippers are used to aid with direction (Lasala, 2018). Leatherbacks have delicate jaws meaning they can only eat soft bodied animals such as jellyfish which are composed of mainly water with poor nutrients. Similarly to other species of turtle, leatherbacks migrate extreme distances for breeding and feeding purposes, travelling as far as 10,000 miles across the pacific (Eckert, 2002). Despite this species persisting for over 100 million years, the pacific population of leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) has dramatically declined in the last 25 years which has been linked to fisheries, meat harvesting and in more recent years climate variability (Jones, 2012). Recent studies of climate change projections show that with increased ocean temperatures many sea turtle behaviours have been altered such as nesting times which may lead to altered incubation conditions, breeding success, hatchling dispersal and even sex ratio (Tomillo, 2015). Wastern Pacific leatherback populations have plummeted more than 80% along with Eastern pacific leatherback declining by more than 97% (NOAA, 2016). Many organisations are working hard on solutions to #climate #change and effects it may have on species including the leatherback turtle. Conservation actions are needed for the survival of this species and many others so get involved and do your part to #ReduceClimateChange.
#Conservation #Protect #helpsavesharks #saveourspecies #savetheocean #marineresearch #worldoceansday #worldoceanday #oceanday #turtle #turtles #iloveturtles #turtlelover 
Words by @sarwren
Video: by @surftobago
  • Tag a turtle lover! 🐢 💙

    @happyanimalls
    ~
    The leatherback turtle is the largest sea turtle species on earth ranging from 4-8 feet in length and can weigh up to 900kg. They propel through the water using their powerful front flippers that can span up to 3m, while their rear flippers are used to aid with direction (Lasala, 2018). Leatherbacks have delicate jaws meaning they can only eat soft bodied animals such as jellyfish which are composed of mainly water with poor nutrients. Similarly to other species of turtle, leatherbacks migrate extreme distances for breeding and feeding purposes, travelling as far as 10,000 miles across the pacific (Eckert, 2002). Despite this species persisting for over 100 million years, the pacific population of leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) has dramatically declined in the last 25 years which has been linked to fisheries, meat harvesting and in more recent years climate variability (Jones, 2012). Recent studies of climate change projections show that with increased ocean temperatures many sea turtle behaviours have been altered such as nesting times which may lead to altered incubation conditions, breeding success, hatchling dispersal and even sex ratio (Tomillo, 2015). Wastern Pacific leatherback populations have plummeted more than 80% along with Eastern pacific leatherback declining by more than 97% (NOAA, 2016). Many organisations are working hard on solutions to #climate #change and effects it may have on species including the leatherback turtle. Conservation actions are needed for the survival of this species and many others so get involved and do your part to #ReduceClimateChange.
    #Conservation #Protect #helpsavesharks #saveourspecies #savetheocean #marineresearch #worldoceansday #worldoceanday #oceanday #turtle #turtles #iloveturtles #turtlelover
    Words by @sarwren
    Video: by @surftobago
  •  1,426  19  5 hours ago
  • Had the pleasure to work with @nani.travels to make a video of their first event called « L’Effet Mer » at Mahina during the World Ocean Day 2019 to celebrate and protect the beauty of our Fenua and our oceans !
  • Had the pleasure to work with @nani.travels to make a video of their first event called « L’Effet Mer » at Mahina during the World Ocean Day 2019 to celebrate and protect the beauty of our Fenua and our oceans !
  •  189  7  7 hours ago
  • WARNING! Self indulgent post:
My month in Bali, Indonesia is coming to an end. This time last year I was struggling to get my head off the hospital bed pillow and faced a long battle to get well but with the help of my amazing family and friends this year has been a whole lot better.
This last month we’ve all become PADI certified open water divers! 
Got 8 open water dives ticked off including The USAT LIBERTY wreck in Tulamben. 
I have had a very real phobia of sharks since I was very young yet when faced with one in close proximity at The Pyramids dive in Amed I surprised myself with how calm and just curious I was. It was an amazing experience. We saw sea turtles up close, Pygmy seahorses the size of my little finger nail, stone fish, lion fish, white tip and black tip sharks and hundreds of different types of sting rays.
We’ve hiked the Campuhan Range in Ubud. Walked the Monkey Forest and visited temples.
Got lost in the villages around Mt Agung on our bikes. Saw a few minor eruptions too.
Downed a few arak cocktails.
Found a sick kitten... got medical treatment (at the amazing @villakittyfoundation )
Spent a few days helping out walking dogs and socialising kittens at the shelter.
Went on a clean up on World Oceans Day with the local kids. Amed has several fantastic clean up operators and volunteer groups and they are determined to stop plastic pollution.
Hiked around Bali ... 17km best day! 
Made new friends. Learnt a little bit of the language (about time!)
Thanks to everyone who made it special. @maddison_b__ @sunset_paul @balireefdivers @gex_wida_81 @putu_je_ .
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#braintumorawareness #braintumorsurvivor #braintumoursurvivor #bali #amed #ubudbali #amedbali #eastbali #padi #openwaterdiver #turtle #divingindonesia #ubud #usatliberty #thanks #holiday #worldoceansday #wreckdiving #wreckdive #ocean #balireefdivers #wanderlust #travel #travellers #instatravel #instatravellers
  • WARNING! Self indulgent post:
    My month in Bali, Indonesia is coming to an end. This time last year I was struggling to get my head off the hospital bed pillow and faced a long battle to get well but with the help of my amazing family and friends this year has been a whole lot better.
    This last month we’ve all become PADI certified open water divers!
    Got 8 open water dives ticked off including The USAT LIBERTY wreck in Tulamben.
    I have had a very real phobia of sharks since I was very young yet when faced with one in close proximity at The Pyramids dive in Amed I surprised myself with how calm and just curious I was. It was an amazing experience. We saw sea turtles up close, Pygmy seahorses the size of my little finger nail, stone fish, lion fish, white tip and black tip sharks and hundreds of different types of sting rays.
    We’ve hiked the Campuhan Range in Ubud. Walked the Monkey Forest and visited temples.
    Got lost in the villages around Mt Agung on our bikes. Saw a few minor eruptions too.
    Downed a few arak cocktails.
    Found a sick kitten... got medical treatment (at the amazing @villakittyfoundation )
    Spent a few days helping out walking dogs and socialising kittens at the shelter.
    Went on a clean up on World Oceans Day with the local kids. Amed has several fantastic clean up operators and volunteer groups and they are determined to stop plastic pollution.
    Hiked around Bali ... 17km best day!
    Made new friends. Learnt a little bit of the language (about time!)
    Thanks to everyone who made it special. @maddison_b__ @sunset_paul @balireefdivers @gex_wida_81 @putu_je_ .
    .
    #braintumorawareness #braintumorsurvivor #braintumoursurvivor #bali #amed #ubudbali #amedbali #eastbali #padi #openwaterdiver #turtle #divingindonesia #ubud #usatliberty #thanks #holiday #worldoceansday #wreckdiving #wreckdive #ocean #balireefdivers #wanderlust #travel #travellers #instatravel #instatravellers
  •  57  11  9 hours ago
  • Releasing a rehabilitated pelican with @intbirdrescue on World Oceans Day. 🌍🌊🐟🐬 Look out for a pelican with a blue band on her ankle that says “Y25” & log it on the website so we can see her journey!
  • Releasing a rehabilitated pelican with @intbirdrescue on World Oceans Day. 🌍🌊🐟🐬 Look out for a pelican with a blue band on her ankle that says “Y25” & log it on the website so we can see her journey!
  •  100  4  9 hours ago
  • Snapping photos 📸, tidepooling 🦀, & picking up trash 🗑 all at the same time with @daverheindesign , Lily & Charlotte !
  • Snapping photos 📸, tidepooling 🦀, & picking up trash 🗑 all at the same time with @daverheindesign , Lily & Charlotte !
  •  67  2  10 hours ago
  • Part 1: Characters of Tofino, BC 🐟 Meet local fisherman and leader of the Salmon Enhancement Society Doug Palfrey, Billy George aka the only person who can sustainably harvest Gooseneck Barnacles (photo 2) and a complete genius of the waters who showed us his craft, and Chef Carmen Ingham of @wickinnbc who is serving up not only the goosenecks but also every other unique spin on local fare. Not pictured is Tofino Mayor Josie Osborne who put into effect a ban on plastic straws and bags on the day we arrived. What a magical place ♻️🌊🌎 #relaischateaux
  • Part 1: Characters of Tofino, BC 🐟 Meet local fisherman and leader of the Salmon Enhancement Society Doug Palfrey, Billy George aka the only person who can sustainably harvest Gooseneck Barnacles (photo 2) and a complete genius of the waters who showed us his craft, and Chef Carmen Ingham of @wickinnbc who is serving up not only the goosenecks but also every other unique spin on local fare. Not pictured is Tofino Mayor Josie Osborne who put into effect a ban on plastic straws and bags on the day we arrived. What a magical place ♻️🌊🌎 #relaischateaux
  •  88  9  12 hours ago
  • Toothbrush Art...what do you brush with?
  • Toothbrush Art...what do you brush with?
  •  95  4  13 hours ago
  • On June 8, Peace Boat was host to a family-friendly day of activities, providing a venue for civil society to come together to highlight local initiatives on the SDGs, including but not limited to Goals 5, 13, and 14, and mobilize youth for an interactive dialogue on why the ocean matters and how to make a difference for our oceans. Each part of the program highlighted and encouraged youth engagement in raising awareness of the benefits derived from the ocean and our individual and collective duty to interact with oceans with the overarching theme of “Gender and Oceans.” #OCYAP #peaceboat #youth4climate #unworldoceansday #worldoceansday #saveouroceans #genderandoceans
  • On June 8, Peace Boat was host to a family-friendly day of activities, providing a venue for civil society to come together to highlight local initiatives on the SDGs, including but not limited to Goals 5, 13, and 14, and mobilize youth for an interactive dialogue on why the ocean matters and how to make a difference for our oceans. Each part of the program highlighted and encouraged youth engagement in raising awareness of the benefits derived from the ocean and our individual and collective duty to interact with oceans with the overarching theme of “Gender and Oceans.” #OCYAP #peaceboat #youth4climate #unworldoceansday #worldoceansday #saveouroceans #genderandoceans
  •  37  2  16 hours ago

Top #worldoceansday Posts

  • If you’re looking to turn your frown upside down:
1. Smile😊 2. Dive🧜🏼‍♀️ 3. Do a handstand 😂🤷🏼‍♀️
📸 — @camitorresph
🏬 — @dpmdivinghostels
🌴 — Gili Trawangan, Lombok - Indonesia 🇮🇩
  • If you’re looking to turn your frown upside down:
    1. Smile😊 2. Dive🧜🏼‍♀️ 3. Do a handstand 😂🤷🏼‍♀️
    📸 — @camitorresph
    🏬 — @dpmdivinghostels
    🌴 — Gili Trawangan, Lombok - Indonesia 🇮🇩
  •  318  8  2 hours ago
  • Puka Beach, Boracay Island | Three hawksbill sea turtles were rescued from poachers and confiscated from illegal pet owners on Boracay island during their massive campaign against illegal wildlife trade. Under the supervision of Dr. Rizza Salinas, the sea turtles were rehabilitated, tagged and released just in time for the Philippines’ celebration of the month of the ocean last May together with @DENR_agos and @PlanetCORA.

Did you know that the critically endangered 🐢 #HawksbillTurtle protects coral reefs by grazing on sponges that would otherwise outgrow the corals? If sponges were left to grow unchecked, they would cover the corals and kill the reef. This is just one of the many amazing reasons why sea turtles are crucial to our ocean’s biodiversity.

Sea turtles have roamed the ocean for over 150 million years, but today, their very existence is threatened by illegal wildlife trade, habitat loss and #PlasticPollution. 100,000 marine animals and over 1,000,000 sea birds DIE each year due to entanglement or ingestion - this includes every single endangered species of sea turtle on the planet.

#WorldSeaTurtleDay #WildForLife #SeaTurtleWeek #SeaTurtles
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HOW YOU CAN HELP
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🌏 By REFUSING the use of single-use plastics, and with proper WASTE MANAGEMENT and RECYLING, we can prevent plastic pollution from harming sea birds, animals and the PEOPLE we love.
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✋ DO NOT touch, feed or interfere with wildlife and their natural habitat. This could only cause harm or death. The best way to protect nature and animals is to leave them alone.
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🚫 REPORT any illegal wildlife activity/trade to your local government officials or regional DENR office. Do not attempt any rescues yourself. The handling of these situations and wildlife must be done by professionals for the protection of the individual and the species involved.
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#EndAngeredOceans #BeatPlasticPollution #WeAreCORA #CleanSeasPilipinas #CleanSeas #LifeBelowWater #SeaChangingCup #BreakFreeFromPlastic #StopSucking #HydrateLike #BecomeAnOceanKeeper #BeatPollution #WorldEnvironmentDay #OceanHero #OceanHeroes #BeatAirPollution #DENRagos #ClimateAction #WorldOceansDay #GlobalGoals
  • Puka Beach, Boracay Island | Three hawksbill sea turtles were rescued from poachers and confiscated from illegal pet owners on Boracay island during their massive campaign against illegal wildlife trade. Under the supervision of Dr. Rizza Salinas, the sea turtles were rehabilitated, tagged and released just in time for the Philippines’ celebration of the month of the ocean last May together with @DENR_agos and @PlanetCORA.

    Did you know that the critically endangered 🐢 #HawksbillTurtle protects coral reefs by grazing on sponges that would otherwise outgrow the corals? If sponges were left to grow unchecked, they would cover the corals and kill the reef. This is just one of the many amazing reasons why sea turtles are crucial to our ocean’s biodiversity.

    Sea turtles have roamed the ocean for over 150 million years, but today, their very existence is threatened by illegal wildlife trade, habitat loss and #PlasticPollution. 100,000 marine animals and over 1,000,000 sea birds DIE each year due to entanglement or ingestion - this includes every single endangered species of sea turtle on the planet.

    #WorldSeaTurtleDay #WildForLife #SeaTurtleWeek #SeaTurtles
    _________________
    HOW YOU CAN HELP
    -
    🌏 By REFUSING the use of single-use plastics, and with proper WASTE MANAGEMENT and RECYLING, we can prevent plastic pollution from harming sea birds, animals and the PEOPLE we love.
    -
    ✋ DO NOT touch, feed or interfere with wildlife and their natural habitat. This could only cause harm or death. The best way to protect nature and animals is to leave them alone.
    -
    🚫 REPORT any illegal wildlife activity/trade to your local government officials or regional DENR office. Do not attempt any rescues yourself. The handling of these situations and wildlife must be done by professionals for the protection of the individual and the species involved.
    _________________
    #EndAngeredOceans #BeatPlasticPollution #WeAreCORA #CleanSeasPilipinas #CleanSeas #LifeBelowWater #SeaChangingCup #BreakFreeFromPlastic #StopSucking #HydrateLike #BecomeAnOceanKeeper #BeatPollution #WorldEnvironmentDay #OceanHero #OceanHeroes #BeatAirPollution #DENRagos #ClimateAction #WorldOceansDay #GlobalGoals
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