First Federation Trust
Organisms in the ocean produce 50% of the oxygen we breathe. Ocean rights are needed. Earth Law Centre is building an international ocean rights movement from the ground up. Education Initiatives. Ocean & Coastal Rights. Educational Outreach. River & Land Rights.
It is necessary to keep our beaches clean if we hope to keep our oceans clean. ... When the tides rise, they collect items on the beach and take the items out when the water lowers, including trash. This can have negative effects on marine life.
I in plastic bottle rings. Jane J. Lee, explains the viral video that took over the internet of the sea it is necessary to keep our beaches clean if we hope to keep our oceans clean. The sand and surf is far more than a place to build sand castles and take a dive. Beaches are home to various creatures from sea lions to sea turtles. Many animals depend on land to survive. Land that is untainted by chemical wastes or human wastes. Marine life, dwelling only in the water, are also affected by waste on beaches. When the tides rise, they collect items on the beach and take the items out when the water lowers, including trash. This can have negative effects on marine life. Corrine Henn found that trash and plastic pollution affect 100 million marine mammals each year. Animals do not know that a shiny candy wrapper is not meant to be eaten. It can easily be mistaken as a fish or piece of kelp. If ingested our trash can cause harm. However, trash can cause injury even if it is not ingested, Creatures have been reported having straws stuck in their noses, or head stuckurtle with a straw stuck in its nose. She stated that no one knew exactly how the straw got there but it defiantly was not pleasant nor easy to remove. There are ways to prevent this from happening to our ocean creatures