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A Conservancy for Our Oceans, Beaches And Shorelines.

A protected Pacific Ocean Beach in Northern California.    Carmel Beach
A protected Pacific Ocean Beach in Northern California. Carmel Beach

OUR MISSION

At the G20 summit in Osaka, held in June 2019, world leaders took a promising step toward protecting the oceans from trash by committing to fully halting the leakage of plastic refuse into the seas by 2050.

Oceansandbeaches.org is playing a pivotal part in the conservancy of these resources. Preventing the contamination of the oceans and the adulteration of our exotic beaches. We are working with you to protect these natural resources from today's greatest global challenges: Contamination. People all over the world, join in. This effort. Collectively we will create science-based solutions for healthy oceans and beaches, the ocean wildlife communities, businesses and resorts that depend on them. 

A Polluted Beach that threatens the health of humans and marine animals
A Polluted Beach that threatens the health of humans and marine animals

A Beach And Ocean Threatened.

Each year, billions of pounds of trash is dumped into the ocean. A threat to marine life and habitats. The staggering volume of discarded bags, foam, and plastic are frequently consumed often with fatal effects by marine mammals, fish, and birds. We are determined to protect them.
Nowhere, it seems, is immune from plastic pollution. Plastic has been reported in the high Arctic oceans, in the sea ice around Antarctica and even in the world’s deepest waters of the Mariana Trench.
Nowhere, it seems, is immune from plastic pollution. Plastic has been reported in the high Arctic oceans, in the sea ice around Antarctica and even in the world’s deepest waters of the Mariana Trench.

The Seafloor

Up to 14 Million Tons of Microplastics Lie on the Seafloor.