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Goal: 30,000 Progress: 8,586
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


Jul 29, 2016 Dena Hathaway
Jul 29, 2016 Ewa Pardo
Jul 29, 2016 Dannielle Clydesdale
Jul 28, 2016 María Galarce
Jul 28, 2016 Maria Galarce
Jul 28, 2016 Karen Mills
Jul 28, 2016 eci okta
Jul 28, 2016 Gisela Zech
Jul 28, 2016 Maria Zambrano
Jul 28, 2016 Pauline Meade Please do the best you can to keep trash out of our oceans.
Jul 28, 2016 Sherrin Caird
Jul 28, 2016 Alexander Massing
Jul 28, 2016 christine burgess
Jul 28, 2016 marlena tzakis
Jul 28, 2016 Nancy Arnold
Jul 27, 2016 Lemoon Summitt
Jul 27, 2016 Amy Sharpe
Jul 27, 2016 Kim Hornburg
Jul 27, 2016 Elizabeth Devore
Jul 26, 2016 mario forchelli
Jul 26, 2016 Jill Lesoing
Jul 26, 2016 Kathleen Forchelli
Jul 26, 2016 Christina Stine Clean the oceans!
Jul 26, 2016 Rebecca Teets-Cook
Jul 25, 2016 kathy brunner
Jul 25, 2016 Marisa LaTorre
Jul 24, 2016 Marta Feio
Jul 24, 2016 J. Levy Pollution of the oceans is unforgivable and irreversible, as is the use of gill-netting and purse seining. All of these should be made illegal and with heavy penalties for their breach,
Jul 24, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jul 24, 2016 Jieun Bak
Jul 23, 2016 Teresa Soares
Jul 23, 2016 claudette cutajar
Jul 22, 2016 Lorah Cerrone Let's take care of this planet properly ♡
Jul 22, 2016 Milagros Perez
Jul 22, 2016 Lila Cahue
Jul 21, 2016 Patience Simmons
Jul 21, 2016 Rachel Rakaczky
Jul 21, 2016 Suzy Jensen
Jul 21, 2016 Victoria Huddleston
Jul 20, 2016 Michael Petherick
Jul 20, 2016 Reb Jermann
Jul 20, 2016 Krista Slavin
Jul 20, 2016 Stephanie Embrey
Jul 20, 2016 Margaret Tollner
Jul 20, 2016 stéphane dachy sauver la faune marine Signez l'engagement!
Jul 19, 2016 Igor Nieminen
Jul 19, 2016 Elizabeth Aguirre
Jul 19, 2016 Beth Hall
Jul 19, 2016 mary e hunt
Jul 19, 2016 Angela Parker

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