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Goal: 30,000 Progress: 9,185
Sponsored by: The Rainforest Site

Ocean trash threatens our aquatic wildlife more and more with each passing year. Commercial fishing nets are discarded into the sea, and whether intentionally or not, entangle animals with no chance for escape. Rubber like that from balloons ends up in the ocean and is deadly if consumed by animals who think it may be food. Plastic 6-pack can holders strangle small marine life.

It's hard to imagine, but our actions in our daily lives carry serious implications for the health of our oceans. Any litter that doesn't go to a landfill will almost undoubtedly — in one way or another — end up in a body of water that flows to the ocean.

We all need to participate in protecting our oceans' ecosystems if we truly want to affect change. Don't let animals like the sea lion in the photo suffer as a result of our negligence. Sign the pledge saying you will limit your litter and then click more info to see more ways to protect the oceans.

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Petition Signatures


Feb 21, 2017 Patricia O'Donoghue
Feb 21, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Feb 20, 2017 Cara Ammon
Feb 20, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Feb 20, 2017 Roxanne Becker
Feb 19, 2017 Suzanne Bonner
Feb 19, 2017 Julie Martin
Feb 19, 2017 Jean HIXSON
Feb 19, 2017 Cindy Lee
Feb 19, 2017 (Name not displayed) I will limit litter and recycle as much as possible.
Feb 19, 2017 Geeta Chankasingh
Feb 18, 2017 Elizabeth Hatton
Feb 18, 2017 Natalia Smirnova
Feb 18, 2017 Susan Duncan
Feb 18, 2017 Rosane SELF
Feb 18, 2017 diane rockafellow
Feb 18, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Feb 18, 2017 Ruhi Thallon
Feb 18, 2017 Annike HΓ€ring
Feb 18, 2017 Julie Whitehouse Action must be taken now before its too late. For the sake of future generations and marine life alike
Feb 18, 2017 Sandra Broomsgrove
Feb 18, 2017 elaine jones
Feb 17, 2017 Elena De Fanis
Feb 17, 2017 marilyn best
Feb 17, 2017 Tania Orechowski
Feb 17, 2017 Petra Bentele
Feb 17, 2017 Jules Houghton πŸ˜₯πŸ¦†πŸ™πŸ¦‘πŸ¦€πŸ¦πŸ πŸŸπŸ‘πŸ¬πŸ‹πŸ³πŸ¦ˆπŸŒŠπŸ˜₯
Feb 17, 2017 Marie Peres
Feb 17, 2017 Jo Reilly
Feb 17, 2017 Melanie Johnson
Feb 16, 2017 Angela Clement
Feb 16, 2017 Darian Mark
Feb 16, 2017 GINGER LEE PIERCE
Feb 16, 2017 MJ Hurst
Feb 15, 2017 cynthia ford
Feb 13, 2017 Solveiga Unger
Feb 13, 2017 Debra Gakeler
Feb 13, 2017 Janice MacPherson
Feb 13, 2017 Allyson Beynon
Feb 13, 2017 Martha Jurs I've never littered streets/waterways etc. and can't understand people that do. We've become a nation that trashes without thinking of the consequences.
Feb 13, 2017 Katelin MacPherson
Feb 13, 2017 Russell Gelfand
Feb 13, 2017 jackie grey
Feb 13, 2017 Gill Reeves
Feb 13, 2017 Cheryl Rennie
Feb 12, 2017 Sandie Middleton This is a brilliant idea. Surely 'disposable plastic' manufacturers should be made to contribute too, to assist in clearing up their mess. So called disposable plastics need be to stopped immediately globally. This mess has been made in the last 50 yrs.
Feb 12, 2017 Philippa Wills
Feb 12, 2017 Tricia White
Feb 12, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Feb 12, 2017 maida robarge

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