Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Treehugger Tuesday

One World One Ocean

The organization "One World One Ocean" seeks to use grassroots education and all forms of media to motivate people to protect and restore the planet's oceans. It is a huge undertaking but, as their website points out, necessary for us to survive and they are optimistic that it isn't too late to act.

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