Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.
- Dr. Seuss and The Lorax
Every day is Earth Day! Everyone's voice matters!
Photo: Climate activist, Greta Thunberg entering NYC harbor to address the United Nations
Marine debris negatively impacts over 200 marine species by entanglement and ingestion. The next time you are walking the beach, help save the marine environment by picking up trash!
Coral reefs are one of the most biodiverse habitats on Earth. Did you know coral reefs protect inshore areas from storm waves? Do your part to protect coral reefs - reduce pollution, use reef-friendly sunscreen and fishing techniques.
We all need clean air to live yet many towns and cities across North America suffer from air pollution. You can help! Reduce the amount you drive by combining errands into one trip, walk, bicycle, carpool or use mass transit instead! Even planting trees and plants in your yard help by taking in carbon dioxide and toxins in our air!
Up close and personal with aquatic systems
The best way to truly appreciate the wonders of our aquatic ecosystems is to get up close and personal! Grab a paddle and go for a canoe or kayak trip. Never done it before? Sign up for an online tutorial with your local outdoor organization!