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#SUPERCOCO brought us #10 COMMANDMENTS to implement in our daily life and help to reduce pollution. With these eco-ethical changes, you will reduce your environmental impact in the oceans, switching from a GRAY MARK (pollution) to a BLUE MARK for the oceans!

Receive the #SC 10 COMMANDMENTS below:



Many products contain harmful chemicals or ingredients that disrupt the delicate balance needed by marine organisms. 


l. Use reef-friendly sunscreen

Purchasing a reef-friendly sunscreen can go a long way in protecting marine ecosystems while you enjoy cooling off in the surf.




Plastic is extremely detrimental to marine habitats and creatures. When introduced into the Ocean, it causes harm by entangling and being consumed by marine life, leading to tens of thousands of marine animal deaths every year.



ll. Use fewer plastic products.

You can help prevent this by making a few changes to your daily life: Avoid buying or accepting plastic products (plastic bags, takeout packaging, cling film, bottled water, etc.) whenever possible; use reusable products (water bottles, cutlery, containers, shopping bags, straws, etc.) instead of single-use products; and recycle all your recyclable items instead of throwing them out. 



Certain products rely on the destruction or damage of marine creatures and habitats. Purchasing these products encourages harmful markets and industries. 


lll. Don't purchase items that exploit marine life.

Don’t buy products such as coral products, tortoiseshell products, and shark/dolphin/whale products.




The fishing industry, in order to keep up with demand, has become unsustainable and damaging to marine ecosystems. From rapidly depleting fish populations to bycatch to plastic pollution, the fishing industry has a huge role to play in the current harm being done to the Ocean.



lV. Reduce seafood-fish choices.

You can help by reducing your intake of non-sustainable seafood, and choosing healthy and sustainably caught options when you do. One way to identify a sustainable seafood option is through the Marine Stewardship Council’s and the Aquaculture Stewardship Council’s labels.



The biggest issue facing the oceans is that they are hidden from the view of most people. And, even when a person lives near the ocean, they may not notice the effects of pollution and climate change from the shore. 



V. Increase your Ocean IQ.

You can help by educating yourself on the problems the Ocean is facing and talking to others, working together to protect the Ocean. Good places to start are long-standing groups dedicated to ocean research and protection, such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).



You need to use energy (whether that be electric, fuel, or water-based) in your day-to-day, but liberal and unnecessary energy use plays a big role in humanity’s overall carbon footprint. This contributes to a warming climate and, in turn, ocean acidification. 


Vl. Mind your carbon footprint.

Here are some methods for reducing your carbon footprint: use electricity only when necessary, use energy-efficient items (such as LED light bulbs), warm up with a sweater instead of a thermostat, and unplug any infrequently used appliances; try riding a bike, carpooling, or taking public transportation to commute; and be mindful of water use by turning off the tap when you brush your teeth, taking shorter showers, and using water-efficient appliances such as dishwashers.




The Ocean and beach are home to many exciting and relaxing activities such as swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, running, volleyball, or simply lounging on a towel. Keep in mind, however, that these activities can damage the Ocean if accompanied by a trail of waste and a disrespect for marine life and habitats. 


Vll. Take care of the beach.

To enjoy Ocean activities responsibly, clean up after yourself, and be respectful of marine creatures and their habitats by keeping your distance and not taking souvenirs from the Ocean floor or the beach.




Individual change loses its impact if performed in isolation. One person taking the bus, using reusable bags, and picking up trash on the beach won’t have a massive impact. However, billions of people making these individual changes, encouraged by community awareness, is what can change the world. 



Vlll. Make a positive community impact.

You can help effect this community change in a few ways: Vote for political candidates that support protecting the Ocean, call your representatives and let them know your position on ocean policies, try to shop at stores and restaurants that make an effort to provide ocean-friendly products, discuss ocean conservation with your friends and family to spread awareness, and speak out when you see or hear something that could negatively impact the Ocean



 Ocean travel contributes to noise, emissions, and waste pollution, yet this negative impact can often go unseen from onboard a vessel.



lX. Travel the Ocean responsibly.

When boating, kayaking, or sailing, be mindful of the marine life around you and don’t throw anything overboard. If you’re planning a trip on a larger vessel such as a yacht or a cruise ship, research to find the most eco-friendly option, as some companies are more conscious than others. 



There are an abundance of institutions, nonprofits, and community-led projects that are dedicated to protecting the Ocean. Their work, however, is often largely dependent on donations and volunteer work.



X. Support organizations that help the Ocean.

Donating to or volunteering with groups like these ensures that the experts and helpers involved have the funding and workforce needed to continue their good work. 


Spread the word and tell your friends about how they can help save the planet!

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"The ocean is more than just a beautiful place that sparks the imagination. Scientists say that approximately 50 to 80-percent of the earth’s oxygen production comes from our oceans. A variety of marine life requires a clean ocean to breathe and thrive. Today, the world’s oceans are facing unprecedented danger due to various issues, including overfishing, pollution, oil spills, and more."



"Climate change is also affecting ocean animals and the cleanliness of the sea. Whether you want to save the whales or just do your part to keep the oceans cleaner, there are several things we can all do at home to promote a cleaner, safer oceanic environment. Join me to discover ways to help protect the ocean and save marine life, all from your own home!"

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