Marine environments are under rising threat from sea waste.
“Blue Carbon Society” and “Shelldon” joined a cleanup with 45 organizations from the public sector and business, as well as local volunteers, at Na Jomtien for “World Ocean Day” on 8 June. Participants picked up litter at Windmill Beach at Ban Amphoe in Chonburi and listened to presentations on tackling marine debris.
“Ocean are important not only for fishing and tourism. They are also the planet’s lungs. Over 70% of the oxygen available on Earth is produced by sea plankton. Taking care of the seas and underwater life sustains all living things and humankind. Let’s face the challenge of marine debris to protect sea life and our planet’s oxygen.”
Blue Carbon Society aims to raise awareness among all sectors of marine litter. Help reduce marine debris by starting from your own home, our roads, our canals, our beaches. If we can eliminate trash from these places, marine debris will also be reduced.
Become part of conserving marine and coastal resources with Blue Carbon Society.
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