No one knows for sure but scientists think over six million tons of marine debris may be entering our ocean every year. One of the reasons Project AWARE is collecting marine debris data from divers is to help build a clear picture of the underwater trash that threatens ocean life. With this knowledge, we can make more effective decisions when it comes to waste management policies.

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The powerful before-and-after photographs below were shared as evidence of ocean acidification at the 2012 International Coral Reef Symposium in Australia. Please help spread awareness about ocean acidification by pinning these before-and-after photos and starting the conversation about ocean conservation. #OceanAcidification

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Entangled, Eaten or Contaminated A new study by Ocean Conservancy and CSIRO paints a comprehensive—and deadly—picture of the toll that trash is taking on sea turtles, birds and marine mammals.

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Infographic on shark finning and the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems - Pew Environment Group

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UN bans Japan whale hunting in Antarctic... Or so we think! Japan plans to return in 2015! - Wildlife Earth on Pinterest, for all the whaling news!

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Reduce your use of plastic, detergents, artificial chemicals and all that other crap you don't really need, & keep our oceans clean!

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A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct.

A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct.

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