• For an ocean friendly future choose seafood products displaying the MSC eco-label.
  • Be a Keeper - avoid plastic – always pack your own bag.
  • 'Do the right thing' with waste – put your rubbish in the bin and if possible keep our beaches clean by picking up rubbish even it is not yours.
  • Be a Keeper - avoid plastic – always pack your own drink bottle to refill. Plastic waste has a devastating impact on marine life with wildlife getting entangled or ingesting discarded items.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint to help oceans – take public transport, turn off the lights when not needed, and turn off appliances at the wall.
  • Grow or buy organic. These products are farmed with methods which do not use chemicals or fertilizers that can be dangerous for our oceans.
  • Think, then ask before you buy – is this made from wildlife? Don't purchase items that exploit marine life, such as coral and shell jewellery.
  • Speak out and get involved – donate your time to support organisations and local associations that are fighting to protect marine life and our oceans – get your friends and family involved in a beach cleanup.
  • Recycle, or dispose of it correctly – remember that what you put down the drain ends up in our ocean.
  • Tell your friends and family what you've learned about oceans and how to make a difference.