Updated: Aug 18
A ‘fin-tastic’ fortnight is spent celebrating National Marine Week. Whereby many collectively & joyously celebrate the magnificent wildlife throughout the coastline of the UK. For 15 fun-filled days, we get to examine the variation in tide times surrounding the UK.
"I want to get out in the water. I want to see fish, real fish, not fish in a laboratory." - Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer
What does this week mean to us?
The week commencing 24th July up until 8th August 2021, allows many to embrace the deep blue seas' beauty to wildlife underwater.
Now the question comes down to how we can ensure this wildlife stays safe. Let’s make an impact in a positive way - All life on Earth is connected to the ocean and its inhabitants. The more you learn about the issues that their habitats face, the more we will become aware of how to improve the quality of their life. It's our responsibility to then share that knowledge and further educate ourselves and inspire others.
How can we help to save our oceans? Here are 10 tips from the national geographical website that we can all consider. Especially as our home - Earth is connected to the ocean and its inhabitants. - link is attached below.
Begin to Reduce your Energy Consumption and Carbon Footprint
Make choices that are safe, Make Safe, Sustainable Seafood Choices
Use Fewer Plastic Products
Help Take Care of the Beach
Don't Purchase Items That Exploit Marine Life
Be an Ocean-Friendly Pet Owner
Support Organizations Working to Protect the Ocean
Influence Change in Your Community
Travel the Ocean Responsibly
Educate Yourself About Oceans and Marine Life To find out more copy this link below :
Want to find out even more about the incredible world of nature?
- fill your knowledge with even more! Take on the experience of sitting back and watching ‘Our Planet’ and allow it to take you to a magical world. Natural wildlife is brought to your screen in excellent quality and full of rich descriptions. From more research, we will then be able to view how climate change impacts those living creatures.