The new One World One Ocean website
If you’ve been a supporter of One World One Ocean for a while, you may have noticed some changes to OneWorldOneOcean.org.
We relaunched our website today to provide you with great content that showcases the beauty and majesty of our oceans, and powerful new tools to help you get involved in saving our oceans, starting today.
Take a look around, and make sure you take advantage of the many ways to support and protect our oceans, and the life within:
- Get Involved with OWOO by signing onto our email list, volunteering, or sharing your ocean story.
- Check out Field Reports from cameraman Howard Hall in Australia, filmmaker Shaun MacGillivray in Alaska, and filmmaker Greg MacGillivray in Norway.
- Watch our “Why the Ocean?” video to learn about the challenges our oceans are facing, and the perils we will face if we don’t start acting now.
- Share One World One Ocean with your family and friends.
The launch of our new website officially kicks off our efforts to take “Action for the Oceans.” We’ll be working hard to increase ocean protected areas so sea life can thrive, change the ways people think about and eat seafood to reverse unsustainable fishing practices, and reduce marine plastic pollution by encouraging people to rethink their use of plastics.
We look forward to working with you to save our oceans!