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Get inspired for the New Year!

The Ocean Project would like to wish everyone a great 2011, and ask that you resolve to become a stronger steward of our world's shared ocean this month and into the future.

Seas the Day

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Almost always, the creative dedicated
minority has made the world better.

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

seas the day Act for the anglefish by becoming ocean aware. The Ocean Project's facebook page and twitter updates provide you with up-to-date green tips and links to the latest news about ocean-related matters. Check out The Ocean Project blog, visit other environmental blogs and websites, dig into the Ocean Book of the Month or a film about the ocean. That way you can begin relate to the issues that affect your backyard and our world and find out how you fit into the big picture.

seas the day by pledging to make a difference. Spend time this month thinking about how your daily actions affect our ocean planet. No matter where you live, you are connected to the ocean, and your impacts do make a difference. Commit to taking simple actions on a regular basis to reduce your impact on the earth and conserve it for the children of the future. To make it easier for you, we have developed the Seven C's Pledge, where you can make a personal commitment and find information on how you can play your part. Also, check our Take Action site as often as possible to find daily eco tips and links.

seas the day by supporting a local conservation organization. A visit to your local Zoo, Aquarium, or Museum (ZAM) can help you to understand the importance and appreciate the beauty of life found in our ocean and of life upstream and downstream in your watershed. Become a member of your favorite organization and support environmental conservation and education. As a ZAM member you can get up close with the animals, explore fascinating exhibits, and get inspired all year round. In turn they will help you to get involved with local conservation efforts and volunteering opportunities. Find your local ZAM and join now.

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If you are not yet directly receiving them, The Ocean Project has two free e-newsletters you can subscribe to and a new blog:

  • Blue Planet News to Use: for the latest ocean and conservation communications resources, updates on science, news, policy, and exciting action opportunities.

  • Seas the Day action tips: featuring a different conservation theme each month, and inspirational information and tangible ways to help.

  • Visit our new – and regularly updated – Ocean Project blog!

  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Become a Fan of The Ocean Project through Facebook.
  • Take the Seven C's Pledge to protect our oceans.