World Oceans Day

Howdy! It’s #WorldOceansDay and your Travel Gurus want to remind you that taking care of our precious oceans is up to each and every one of us.

According to the National Day Calendar website this international day – which takes place every June 8th – is “an annual observation to honor, help protect, and conserve the world’s oceans. The ocean provides us with many resources and services including oxygen, climate regulation, food sources, medicine and more.”

How can you help? Chances are, with summer here, you will be visiting the beach at least one time – if not more. Something as simple as everyone cleaning up after themselves and picking up any discarded items you happen across can make all the difference.

And even when at home you can still celebrate the ocean and help protect 71% of this planet by joining with Book Here, Give Here and signing the 30X30 Nature Petition!

Happy World Ocean Day! One Ocean, One Climate, One Future – Together.


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