162kgs of net dug out from remote beach in Victoria
162kgs of net dug out from remote beach in Victoria
Mallacoota's Marine Debris team recently discovered a large net along the coastline of the Croajingolong National Park in Victoria. When the tide was low they headed 10km along the coast to dig out this huge potential killer of marine life. It took several hours of digging to finally reveal the 30m...
The Plastic Ocean
The Plastic Ocean
Every year more than 1 million marine animals die from plastic debris. Support Sea Shepherd's efforts to stem the tide of ocean plastics, donate now: https://bit.ly/2fz7okb Recycle, reuse and reduce. Video by FF New York. ---- Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation or...
Plastic Kills: Flipping the Script
Plastic Kills: Flipping the Script
Every year, 100,000 marine mammals and 1 million seabirds die from either ingesting man-made plastic or are entangled by man-made plastic. In this intriguing twist, we get a taste of what it would be like if we were killed by plastic. This Plastic Free July RETHINK how you use plastic in your daily...
The Ocean Starts Here
The Ocean Starts Here
Did you know 80% of the plastic that pollutes our oceans comes from cities? Most of the waste left on the streets ends up in the oceans. However, the majority of city residents don’t know that the first step in protecting the oceans is to throw our waste into the garbage. To help people in cities...
Pollutoys: Plush Toys to Teach Kids about Plastic Pollution
Pollutoys: Plush Toys to Teach Kids about Plastic Pollution
Nine million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year, killing one million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals. If we do nothing there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. The aim of our collaboration with Pollutoys is to teach kids respect for the oceans and encourage them t...
Sea Shepherd Did to a Swimming Pool What Humans Do to the Oceans.
Sea Shepherd Did to a Swimming Pool What Humans Do to the Oceans.
Plastic pollution is recognized as a massive, global environmental issue, responsible for the deaths of over a million marine animals each year. It is a danger to all marine life including birds, sharks, turtles and marine mammals, causing injury and death through drowning, entanglement, or starvat...
Freeing the Seas of Marine Debris
Freeing the Seas of Marine Debris
In February 2016, Sea Shepherd Australia launched its Marine Debris Campaign - bringing together volunteers and local communities from around Australia. We clean the foreshores and beaches to reduce the flow of nasty Marine Debris harming marine life.
Scariest Monster in the Sea
Scariest Monster in the Sea
Sea Shepherd Marine Debris look at the monster that is killing marine life, a toxic threat to humans and growing by 8 million tonnes per year.
Marine Debris Campaign: Cleaning up the Sea Shepherd way at St Kilda Beach
Marine Debris Campaign: Cleaning up the Sea Shepherd way at St Kilda Beach
Melbourne’s Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Team and passionate members of the public joined forces for a massive beach clean up in St Kilda. Over 150 people participated in the clean up which really goes to show how much public concern there is for Marine Debris and protecting our oceans.
Marine Debris Campaign: Beach Clean Up
Marine Debris Campaign: Beach Clean Up
Over a hundred million tons of garbage are polluting our oceans. This affects marine wildlife and also humans all over the world. We can do something against it. Together. Team up with Sea Shepherd and become an official partner of our Marine Debris Campaign. seashepherdglobal.org/marinedebris

What does marine debris mean for our oceans?

162kgs of net dug out from remote beach in Victoria
162kgs of net dug out from remote beach in Victoria
Mallacoota's Marine Debris team recently discovered a large net along the coastline of the Croajingolong National Park in Victoria. When the tide was low they headed 10km along the coast to dig out this huge potential killer of marine life. It took several hours of digging to finally reveal the 30m...
The Plastic Ocean
The Plastic Ocean
Every year more than 1 million marine animals die from plastic debris. Support Sea Shepherd's efforts to stem the tide of ocean plastics, donate now: https://bit.ly/2fz7okb Recycle, reuse and reduce. Video by FF New York. ---- Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation or...
Plastic Kills: Flipping the Script
Plastic Kills: Flipping the Script
Every year, 100,000 marine mammals and 1 million seabirds die from either ingesting man-made plastic or are entangled by man-made plastic. In this intriguing twist, we get a taste of what it would be like if we were killed by plastic. This Plastic Free July RETHINK how you use plastic in your daily...
The Ocean Starts Here
The Ocean Starts Here
Did you know 80% of the plastic that pollutes our oceans comes from cities? Most of the waste left on the streets ends up in the oceans. However, the majority of city residents don’t know that the first step in protecting the oceans is to throw our waste into the garbage. To help people in cities...
Pollutoys: Plush Toys to Teach Kids about Plastic Pollution
Pollutoys: Plush Toys to Teach Kids about Plastic Pollution
Nine million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year, killing one million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals. If we do nothing there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. The aim of our collaboration with Pollutoys is to teach kids respect for the oceans and encourage them t...
Sea Shepherd Did to a Swimming Pool What Humans Do to the Oceans.
Sea Shepherd Did to a Swimming Pool What Humans Do to the Oceans.
Plastic pollution is recognized as a massive, global environmental issue, responsible for the deaths of over a million marine animals each year. It is a danger to all marine life including birds, sharks, turtles and marine mammals, causing injury and death through drowning, entanglement, or starvat...
Freeing the Seas of Marine Debris
Freeing the Seas of Marine Debris
In February 2016, Sea Shepherd Australia launched its Marine Debris Campaign - bringing together volunteers and local communities from around Australia. We clean the foreshores and beaches to reduce the flow of nasty Marine Debris harming marine life.
Scariest Monster in the Sea
Scariest Monster in the Sea
Sea Shepherd Marine Debris look at the monster that is killing marine life, a toxic threat to humans and growing by 8 million tonnes per year.
Marine Debris Campaign: Cleaning up the Sea Shepherd way at St Kilda Beach
Marine Debris Campaign: Cleaning up the Sea Shepherd way at St Kilda Beach
Melbourne’s Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Team and passionate members of the public joined forces for a massive beach clean up in St Kilda. Over 150 people participated in the clean up which really goes to show how much public concern there is for Marine Debris and protecting our oceans.
Marine Debris Campaign: Beach Clean Up
Marine Debris Campaign: Beach Clean Up
Over a hundred million tons of garbage are polluting our oceans. This affects marine wildlife and also humans all over the world. We can do something against it. Together. Team up with Sea Shepherd and become an official partner of our Marine Debris Campaign. seashepherdglobal.org/marinedebris
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