Cocoa Beach Cleanup
Cocoa Beach Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team May 14, 2018 12 Comments

What happens when 318 volunteers show up for a beach cleanup in Cocoa Beach, FL? Hundreds of pounds of trash removed from the beach! Watch all of our hard work in action by clicking on the video in this blog.

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Inside Look - An Interview with Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Inside Look - An Interview with Whale and Dolphin Conservation

by 4Ocean Team May 09, 2018 7 Comments

We had a chance to interview Pine Eisfeld-Pierantonio whose official title at Whale and Dolphin Conservsation is Policy Officer and learned a lot about all the work the WDC is doing and some interesting facts about whales that not too many people know. 

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Threats to Whales are on the Rise
Threats to Whales are on the Rise

by 4Ocean Team May 02, 2018 9 Comments

In addition to our continuous cleanups, during the month of May 4Ocean is focusing on whale conservation and education efforts because of the rising threats many whale species are facing due to marine debris. Find out the main threats to whales.

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May's Bracelet: Whales
May's Bracelet: Whales

by 4Ocean Team May 01, 2018

The ocean is home to some of the largest, most beautiful creatures on the planet.. but they need our help. Learn how 4Ocean and Whale and Dolphin Conservation  are working together to bring awareness to the plight of whales during this critical time in their existence.

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22 Facts You Might Not Know About Earth
22 Facts You Might Not Know About Earth

by 4Ocean Team April 22, 2018 1 Comment

You may know that April 22nd is Earth Day, but how much do you actually know about our planet? Here we share 22 facts about Planet Earth and why we need to keep it clean!

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End Plastic Pollution 2018
End Plastic Pollution 2018

by 4Ocean Team April 20, 2018 1 Comment

Thankfully there are many organizations, companies, and communities who know just how damaging plastic can be in our oceans.

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Inside Look - An Interview with Earth Day Network
Inside Look - An Interview with Earth Day Network

by 4Ocean Team April 16, 2018 5 Comments

Learn more about our partner for April, the Earth Day Network, from their Director of Marketing and Development, Kathryn Stoddard.

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The Canopy Project
The Canopy Project

by 4Ocean Team April 13, 2018 1 Comment

For the month of April not only are we continuing to remove trash from the ocean and coastlines, we are also helping to fund the planting of trees through Earth Day Network's: The Canopy Project. Learn more in this blog about their project!

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Ventura Cleanup
Ventura Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team April 09, 2018 1 Comment

A West Coast Cleanup? Mission accomplished! For this California cleanup we focused on a beach that is a popular destination for surfers. Find out how much was collected and what item was the most found item!

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Pompano Beach Cleanup
Pompano Beach Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team April 09, 2018

We teamed up with Pompano Dive Shop for a cleanup in Pompano Beach, FL, followed by a presentation by some of our team at 26 Brewery. Check out our highlight video to see how the day went!

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Nigeria Beach Cleanup
Nigeria Beach Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team April 03, 2018

A successful international cleanup took place in Nigeria this past weekend. Find out how much trash we collected and learn more about the organization we partnered with to make it happen.

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April's Bracelet: Earth Day
April's Bracelet: Earth Day

by 4Ocean Team April 01, 2018 2 Comments

Earth Day may be celebrated on April 22nd, but our team at 4Ocean believes that every day is Earth Day. For the month of April, we are helping the ocean AND the land. Find out who we've partnered with and what we are doing to celebrate!

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Ocean Plastic Could TRIPLE by 2025
Ocean Plastic Could TRIPLE by 2025

by 4Ocean Team March 30, 2018 9 Comments

You may have heard that "there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050." Now, according to a new study, that number could TRIPLE. Find out more and how we can work together to stop this number from increasing.

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The Not-So-Great Barrier Reef
The Not-So-Great Barrier Reef

by 4Ocean Team March 28, 2018 2 Comments

The Great Barrier Reef, located off the coast of Queensland, Australia is potentially facing irreparable damage with as much as 50 percent of the reef being affected by massive coral bleaching.

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South Beach Park Beach Cleanup
South Beach Park Beach Cleanup

by 4Ocean Team March 27, 2018

In our latest cleanup in Boca Raton, FL where our headquarters is located, we collected a NEW RECORD of the amount of trash we removed from the beach! Find out how much in our blog!

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How is 4Ocean Working With the CRF?
How is 4Ocean Working With the CRF?

by 4Ocean Team March 26, 2018 7 Comments

4Ocean has been actively involved with the Coral Restoration Foundation by helping to outplant corals onto coral reefs. Check out our blog to see a video of how we are doing this!

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Meet Our Partner: Coral Restoration Foundation
Meet Our Partner: Coral Restoration Foundation

by 4Ocean Team March 24, 2018 3 Comments

So you know that March is dedicated to helping to save and restore coral reefs. But who is the team behind our partnership? Find out in this interview with a key team member from the Coral Restoration Foundation.

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Recycling Paper But Drinking Plastic?
Recycling Paper But Drinking Plastic?

by 4Ocean Team March 22, 2018 2 Comments

Not only do we encourage everyone to use reusable water bottles to cut down on your own personal plastic consumption, now there are even more reasons why plastic water bottles should be a thing of the past!

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Sea Cucumbers Could Save the Coral Reefs, If They Aren’t All Eaten First
Sea Cucumbers Could Save the Coral Reefs, If They Aren’t All Eaten First

by 4Ocean Team March 21, 2018

How can a sea cucumber, a simple marine organism, possibly help restore coral reefs? We may never find out if sea cucumbers are continued to be overfished. Find out more in this blog.

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15 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Coral Reefs
15 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Coral Reefs

by 4Ocean Team March 05, 2018 1 Comment

Did you know that 58% of the world's reefs are threatened by human activity? Even if you think you know everything there is to know about coral reefs, you may be surprised at some of these facts. Read more to see how much you know!

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Malibu Bans Plastic Straws and Utensils from Restaurants
Malibu Bans Plastic Straws and Utensils from Restaurants

by 4Ocean Team March 04, 2018 5 Comments

We are excited and happy to hear when new locations take a stand for banning single-use plastics and Malibu is one of the latest places to do so. Any step towards saving our environment, specifically our oceans, is always a great step for our future.

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Coral Reefs May Need “Radical Intervention” to Avoid Total Destruction
Coral Reefs May Need “Radical Intervention” to Avoid Total Destruction

by 4Ocean Team March 02, 2018

Did you know that even just a 2° change in ocean temperature can cause coral reefs to bleach and die? At the rate of climate change, this may soon become a reality for all coral reefs if something is not done.

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March's Bracelet: Coral Reefs
March's Bracelet: Coral Reefs

by 4Ocean Team March 01, 2018

Coral Reefs are home to thousands of marine species but many of them are dying around the world. Learn more about why we chose to partner with Coral Restoration Foundation and the cause behind March's Coral Reef Bracelet.

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New Marine Life Found Under Antarctic Iceberg
New Marine Life Found Under Antarctic Iceberg

by 4Ocean Team February 28, 2018

Some may think that freezing oceans means that no life can live there. However, this is not the case. Not only are there many species who depend on these cold waters for survival, there are more and more species being discovered everyday.

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