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The Ocean Is Inspiring

The ocean is at the center of who we are. Even if you’ve never seen the ocean, you’re touched by it every single day. It produces half the air you and I breathe every day, the food we eat and the water we drink.

You can’t help but be inspired by the ocean. From majestic whales to jaw-dropping waves, colorful coral reefs to graceful sea turtles, the ocean can capture your heart and soul like nothing else on earth.

This is what we’re fighting to protect. Because people and communities depend on the ocean every single day. I hope you’ll be just as inspired as I am to join us in that effort.

#OceanOptimism

We know we can make a positive difference for the ocean—after all, we’ve been doing it for over 40 years.

I have the privilege of working with some of the best and brightest in this field, and I know that each and every one of us is dedicated to finding solutions to the challenges our ocean faces today.

Our leadership in the world of ocean conservation is built on pillars of strong science, smart policies and engaged partners. That includes ocean advocates like you that help us push for effective ocean policies, international groups that work with us to reduce plastics in the ocean and over 600,000 volunteers, including my daughter and me, who are part of the International Coastal Cleanup.

It’s Our Ocean

One of the things I’m most proud of at Ocean Conservancy is that we tackle the greatest global challenges facing our ocean today.

Even more, we focus on long-term solutions that promote a healthy ocean, abundant wildlife and thriving coastal communities.

What happens to the ocean impacts all of us. The ocean is our responsibility, but we can’t do it alone—we need to join forces with you and people around the world to keep our ocean and our coastal communities healthy and prosperous.

Click HERE to view Ocean Conservancy who is working to solve the many challenges impacting our oceans and all the animals living within.

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