Tag Archives: Earth Day

Announcing our first-ever Ocean Photo Contest!

For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we’re celebrating our blue planet through a contest that highlights people’s connections to, and experiences of, the ocean, the blue heart of our planet. Marine Conservation Institute invites you to enter our Ocean Photo Contest to celebrate our deep connection to our blue planet!   When Earth Day … Continue reading Announcing our first-ever Ocean Photo Contest!

Celebrating Ocean Protection Progress

Today, let’s celebrate the progress that has been made to protect our oceans. The world has come a long way and, though more work is needed to reach conservation targets and ensure long-term ocean health, momentum is on our side. With groups like Sin Azul No Hay Verde and heads of state at major conferences advancing … Continue reading Celebrating Ocean Protection Progress

How Much is Enough?

One of the questions I am asked most frequently is how much of the ocean do we need to protect? I often reflect philosophically on the response from Dr. Sylvia Earle (Marine Conservation Institute Board Member, National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, and Mission Blue founder), “More than half the world is ocean, the blue heart of … Continue reading How Much is Enough?

Help Keep Our Earth Vibrant

Today is Earth Day and we all should give thanks to be living on such a wonderful and vibrant planet.  As we celebrate, I encourage you to do something to help the Earth.  It may be selecting sustainable seafood, picking up trash on your local beaches, pledging to never buy water in plastic bottles again, … Continue reading Help Keep Our Earth Vibrant