Have you purchased a 4ocean bracelet only to wonder if you'll create more waste by throwing it away once you're done? If so, we're here to tell you that our circular end-of-life plan will take care of it!
If you want to make a change with the resources you have at hand, environmentally friendly grocery shopping is an excellent way to do it. In no particular order, here are 11 tips that can help you buy food sustainably.
If you'd like to make your own beauty products that are good for you and the environment, know that you have options. When you switch to organic skin care and cosmetic products, your triumphs are threefold. You save your face from impurities, banish parabens, and help the environment.
Have you ever thought of reducing your waste at home, but you weren't quite sure where to begin? In this guide, we want to shed light on five simple and easy ways you can reduce waste in the comfort of your own home.
The ocean plastic crisis may seem like a relatively recent phenomenon with how much attention it's received over the last decade. However, this situation extends decades beyond modern-day — and the inception of plastic itself stretches even further. Understanding the history of ocean plastic pollution gives us a glimpse into how this material became so pervasive and how we might learn from past behaviors.
Founded in 1996 by Dr. Amanda Vincent and Dr. Heather Koldewey, Project Seahorse aims to secure a world where marine ecosystems are healthy and well-managed. Their focus on saving seahorses, securing the world's shallow seas, and training conservationists to continue this important work is what they're all about. Check out some more of the great work they are doing inside.
From plastic rain to the world's largest beach cleanup to an ambitious plan to phase out single-use plastics, we've scoured the headlines for the newest and most noteworthy stories related to the ocean plastic crisis. Let's take a look inside.
Seahorses are one of the most endearing, mystical, and beloved of all marine animals. Their strange shapes, vastly different appearances, and unique locomotion have mystified humans for centuries. To this day, however, our base of knowledge surrounding these amazing creatures is still relatively limited and we are just now really beginning to understand the depths of their existence. Read on to learn more about seahorses and the many threats they face.
Located about 40 miles south of San Franciso on California's central coast, Monterey Bay is home to one of the cutest and most iconic marine mammal species in the Pacific Ocean: the southern sea otter. Although this species is listed as "threatened," Monterey Bay continues to be one of their strongholds and much of the sea otters' success there can be attributed to the diligent work of our partner, the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Read on to learn more about their important work and to see more of these adorable creatures.
Part of the 4ocean DNA has always been about giving back to organizations that share our vision of a clean ocean –– those organizations that are working in their own way to protect and preserve the great deep blue and all the creatures that live within it. We believe that giving back is not about what we do individually as a company but is about the end result of a collective set of ideas and actions working in conjunction for the desired outcome. That is why we have partnered with 1% for the Planet. Check out the story inside.
Cleaning the ocean is hard work for our captains and crews. Over the last couple of years, as we've continued to scale up our cleanup operations in high impact areas, it became clear that we needed to up our technology game. So we got to work building the new custom 4ocean Mobile Skimmer, which will be a powerful new tool in the fight against ocean plastic.
When it comes to marine mammals and the cuteness factor, the beloved sea otter is definitely up there at the top of the list. However, don't let their adorable faces distract you from the fact that sea otters also play a very important role in the health of their local ecosystems. For the remaining populations around the world, the conservation of this keystone species is critical and must remain a high priority if sea otters are to survive the many challenges facing them today. Warning: Adorable Photos Inside.