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2017 in Review: The Story of A Global Ocean Community

Source: The TerraMar Project - January 1, 2018 in Featured, TMP

2017 in Review: The Story of A Global Ocean Community
Photo: Tim Foster/Unsplash

2017 was a big year for our global ocean community. And we wanted to share some of the best moments with you.

Our community spans scientists to metropolitan surfers, fishermen to students and everyone in between. The consensus is that it’s time to make positive changes, and that we all have the power to make a difference.

Bellow we have highlight some stories that share this message of hope and action.

2017 proved that the oceans belong to everybody, and anyone can get involved to help.

“You Can Be an Ocean Hero, No Matter Who You Are or What You Do”

Beach cleanups are good, but changing the system is better.

“How I Sea: Emy Kane, Lonely Whale”

To get others to care about the environment, they need to see it for themselves.

The Disconnect That Ruins Our World

Surfers can have a voice to turn the tide on plastic pollution.

The world is working together to develop a sustainable future.

Stay tuned for more ‘How I Sea’ interviews from our global ocean community in 2018. To conserve the oceans, it’s crucial to understand everyone’s side of the story.

“How I Sea: A New TerraMar Initiative”

We look forward to more incredible work in 2018 with equally incredible people. Look out for our new website updates in February 2018, and new initiatives that connect our viewers with action they can take to help change our world.

Wishing all a happy and healthy New Year, from the TerraMar team and all the ocean life that we support.

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