Give the gift of a clean ocean. Every product purchased removes one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines.
Did you know? Penguins spend up to 80% of their time in the sea and the rest on land? This means they’re uniquely adapted to two different environments — and vulnerable to the threats found in each.
Don’t disappoint Grandma... make sure to dispose of your food wrappers properly. Try your best to avoid snacks packaged in single-use plastic. Some of the most commonly found items at beach cleanups are food wrappers.
Did you know?⠀ During the holidays, we produce around 25% more trash than usual? In this DIY we’ll show you how you can wrap with low waste, upcycled materials and no (plastic ) tape!
We're glad your hair looks great, but switching to a bamboo alternative can help the ocean look great too.
@pantone announced Classic Blue as the 2020 color of the year.⠀ Let’s keep the ocean Classic Blue, one pound at a time. ⠀
Join us December 14 at Spanish River Park in Boca Raton, FL for kolektif by 4ocean! Visit the link in our bio to register now. kolektif by 4ocean is a gathering place for individuals and organizations united in their desire to end the ocean plastic crisis. More than just a beach cleanup, kolektif by 4ocean is a festival with live music, animated discussions, and family-friendly activities.
#OceanFirst Tip No. 6: No more grocery bags.⠀ Avoid grocery store plastic bags by bringing your own cloth bags. Keep extras near your front door or in your car to make sure you don’t forget them on your way to the store! ⠀ ⠀ Cleaning the ocean is only half of our mission. Educating communities on how to first refuse single-use plastics, or at least properly dispose of waste, is the other half.⠀
Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to do more for the ocean.
This month's bracelet is raising awareness about penguins. Your purchase will help pull one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines while supporting penguin conservation. We're also donating to the @globalpenguinsociety to help fund education, research, habitat protection, and species management around the world. Visit the link in our bio to learn more.
The holidays are a great time to be generous but they’re an even better time to be grateful.⠀ ⠀ Thank you to our captains, crews, and ocean lovers like you for doing your part to end the ocean plastic crisis.⠀
Gotta catch 'em all...
Here’s a recap of our Community Cleanup in Deerfield Beach, Florida. With the help from 1,206 participants, we collected: Plastic cutlery: 73 Plastic cups: 95 Plastic bags: 119 Plastic lollipop sticks: 120 Plastic bottle caps: 149 Plastic bottles: 320 Plastic food wrappers: 532 Plastic Straws: 576 Styrofoam pieces: 1010 Cigarette butts: 2965 Unique items: Christmas lights: 3 sets Eye glasses: 13 Rope/fishing line: 73 Metal bottle caps: 149
We want to show people around the world what's happening. That straw that they are refusing at a restaurant does have an impact on the bigger picture.
During the holidays, we produce around 25% more trash than usual. Pledge to reduce your consumption of single-use plastic this holiday season. Visit the link in our bio to learn more.
It's estimated that the amount of plastic waste entering the ocean every year is equivalent to 5 grocery bags of plastic trash sitting on every foot of coastline around the world.⠀ ⠀ 📸: @samjackwebster
Help fight the ocean plastic pollution crisis by choosing single-use alternatives. If you're looking for single-use alternatives, shop 4ocean where every product purchased removes one pound of trash from the ocean coastlines.
Did you know: Jellyfish can migrate as much as 2,000 feet vertically every day, bringing carbon and nutrients to the ocean’s deepest waters.
ICYMI: 4ocean founders stopped by the @kellyclarksonshow to discuss the harms of ocean plastic pollution. @prideofgypsies , who was also a guest on the show, joined the conversation as this topic is near and dear to his heart. Check out the link in our bio to see how you can make the ocean healthier from anywhere. #BreakawayFromPlastic
4ocean will remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines for each individual social post including #BreakawayFromPlastic and @4ocean , up to 100,000 pounds! Show your commitment to a healthier ocean by posting a photo or video of you breaking away from single-use plastics. Because of you, we’re invincible against the ocean plastic pollution crisis. Check us out on the @kellyclarksonshow , Nov. 13. #4ocean #BreakawayFromPlastic
GIVEAWAY CLOSED Can you guess which cause we're supporting next month? Leave a comment with your best guess for a chance to enter our November giveaway! 2 winners will be chosen at random, Thursday, November 14 at 5:00 P.M. EST. For terms and conditions, please visit the link in our bio. *Must be following to enter.
Just one reusable bottle can prevent an average of 345 plastic bottles from entering landfills and the ocean.⠀ ⠀ Shop 4ocean single-use alternatives now. ⠀