Our Mission

Oceans cover over 70% of the earth's surface, but perhaps because we cannot see beneath their depths, the damage to this enormous ecosystem goes largely unnoticed.

We at Oceans Advocacy are determined to halt the worldwide over fishing, dumping of toxins and contaminants, and man-generated erosion which daily put our oceans, and their inhabitants, at risk.

Just a few of the alarming statistics: in America alone, nearly 40% of our waterways are neither fishable nor swim able, 33% of shellfish beds are off-limits, and 50% of our wetlands have been destroyed. Globally, nearly 75% of all fisheries are fully exploited, over-exploited, or depleted, and 66% of fish harvested depend on the coastal wetlands and coral reefs that are being systematically destroyed.

With 165 billion gallons of sewage being discharged into our water every year, it is time to demand that industries around the world take responsibility for the damage done to the oceanic ecosystem.

It is the goal of Ocean Advocacy to redirect the very energy and resources which have been used to damage the oceans of our planet, and, instead, use them to heal our oceans.

One Earth,
One Mission
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