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Meet April’s Tide Turner, Carolina Ramírez, who will stop at nothing to save the sharks she loves from extinction.

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Protect Wild Salmon from Industrial Salmon Farms

Now is the Time to Save Wild BC Salmon by Removing Industrial Salmon Farms from the Ocean.

Protect Wild Salmon from Industrial Salmon Farms

Read the Interview

When Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch spoke with marine biologist and ocean explorer Sylvia Earle, they covered conservation, discovery, and just how connected we are to the sensitive sea below us.

The Diver: Sylvia Earle
10 min read

Explore How Ecological and Social Justice Interconnect

The pervasive poisoning of our world’s waters not only draws parallels to the toxicity of systemic racism — both further one another. An ocean explorer and the first Black woman to host a science series on television, Danni Washington wants you to know that there is no remedying one without the other.

Toxic Waters
Danni Washington
10 min read

Help Protect the Ocean

SeaLegacy and Only One are joining forces with PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) to ask all of you to lend your signatures and voices to demand protection of 30 percent of the ocean by 2030.

Urge world leaders to protect 30% of the ocean by 2030

Take Action on Behalf of Sharks in New Zealand

Add your name to urge Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the Minister of Fisheries to stop the killing of endangered sharks.

Support the Protection of New Zealand’s Sharks

Watch The Ocean Solution by Patagonia Provisions

A new wave of farmers believes the next agricultural revolution is already here, but this time it won’t take place on land, it will take place in the ocean.

The Ocean Solution
Short Film

Discover Tide Turners

Follow one Tide Turner each month as they tackle their greatest challenges and make hopeful progress for the environment and in their communities.