No water, no life. No blue, no green.
— Sylvia Earle, Mission Blue

The problem

More than 85% of the world's fisheries have been pushed to or beyond their biological limits and are in need of strict management plans to restore them. -WWF

Ocean acidification, global warming, pollution and overfishing are killing our oceans. 

Overfishing is the greatest threat our oceans face today. Seafood is the primary source of protein for over 1 billion people. 4 of every 10 fish caught are bycatch. Globally, we are eating more seafood than ever before and the demand for seafood is only going to increase in the future. -Oceanwise

In one way or another, we are all connected to the oceans. 

If the oceans die, we die. 


Our strategy for change

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Consciously eating to save our oceans

What does eating salmon have to do with turtles and dolphins? 

What's the impact of eating a burger on the ocean? 

Is it safe to eat tuna with high levels of mercury? 

Where can I shop for better quality seafood & fish? 

We partner with sustainable seafood suppliers, chefs, restaurants, NGOs, artists, innovators and ocean experts to create educational experiences that will empower you to make better food decisions that have powerful impacts on the ocean. 

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