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    Are Red Tides All Natural?

    Are Red Tides All Natural?
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    A red tide is, once again, devastating marine life along the southern gulf coast of Florida.  Many scientists insist that red tides are a natural phenomenon.  Yet, human activity is serving to accelerate their reach and magnitude.

    Think Globally, Act Locally

    Think Globally, Act Locally
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    When we act locally, our collective actions can have a global impact!  With over 150 million tons of plastics already in the oceans and an additional 8 million tons of plastics expected to be added each year, we all can take steps personally to reduce our use of plastics.  Here's 7 ways you can reduce your use of plastic:

    World Oceans Day is June 8th

    World Oceans Day is June 8th
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    On World Oceans Day, people around our blue planet celebrate and honor the ocean, which connects us all. Read more about how you can honor our oceans all day and every day.

    May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month
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    With 3.5 million cases in over two million people diagnosed annually, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.

    Eliza Dawson is Ocean Minded!

    Eliza Dawson is Ocean Minded!
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    Eliza Dawson is rowing from Monterey to Hawaii, straight through the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to raise awareness about the environmental issues facing Mother Earth.  Learn More.

    5 Minute Beach Cleanup

    5 Minute Beach Cleanup
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    Learn more about this exciting movement that is literally sweeping the globe!

    No B.S. Campaign - Surfrider Foundation (San Diego Chapter)

    No B.S. Campaign - Surfrider Foundation (San Diego Chapter)
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    No more B.S. in Imperial Beach, San Diego.  Learn more and lend a hand.

    The Ocean Cleanup

    The Ocean Cleanup
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    What can we do about all the plastics that are already in our oceans.  The Ocean Cleanup has some great ideas.

Be Ocean Minded!

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