Do you Love the Ocean? Join our campaign to make a Sea Change

LovetheOcean

Do you Love the Ocean? Join our campaign to make a Sea Change

It’s easy to say we love the ocean, but for many of us, our everyday actions tell a different story.

Seas of plastic, declining fish stocks and ocean acidification are just some examples of the damage caused to the ocean by our everyday activities, which can also have a profound effect on our health and wellbeing.

The ‘Love the Ocean’ campaign aims to rebalance our relationship with the ocean and show our appreciation by committing to take real action each day, sharing our pledges and actions online, and tagging them with #LovetheOcean.

Love the Ocean

Show your love for the Ocean by spreading the word on social media!

‘Love the Ocean’ coincides with the final conference of the EU Horizon 2020 funded Sea Change project on 15 February 2018 at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, concluding three years of empowering and educating citizens to take action for our ocean. The conference will focus on the project’s achievements and plan for the coming years, maintaining the momentum of Ocean Literacy by linking with initiatives worldwide for the upcoming Decade of Ocean Science (2021 – 2030).

The campaign is being promoted via Thunderclap now. To add your voice, see www.thunderclap.it/projects/67330-love-the-ocean. Thunderclap is a platform that lets individuals and organisations rally people together to spread a message. Our message to take action to #LovetheOcean will be published to all accounts at the same time tomorrow to make our message stand out and be heard!

Join other Sea Changers today, and make your pledge using the #LovetheOcean hashtag across Facebook (www.facebook.com/SeaChangeProjectEU), Twitter (@SeaChange_EU), and Instagram (sea.change.eu).

If you’re seeking further inspiration on how you can make your sea change, you can find lots of practical ideas in our video series on Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/album/4588555 or on the Sea Change project website: www.seachangeproject.eu/seachange-media-2/factsheet.

The Love the Ocean campaign can be found at: www.lovetheocean.eu

For the full press release, please visit: goo.gl/3CJHTs