Beyond The Ocean

Protecting The Ocean From Home

September 25, 2017

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Whoever said that you can only protect the ocean when you’re near it probably never knew what being eco-friendly really means. Whoever also said that you can only protect the ocean when you’re in it probably never knew what living up to Mother Nature’s own standard of inhabiting the world really means.

You see, being eco-friendly means doing all your best anytime of the day to live up to Mother Nature’s own standard of inhabiting the Earth that she swore to protect with everything she is. You also see, being eco-friendly means giving all your best anywhere in the world to live up to Mother Nature’s own standard of inhabiting the Earth that she swore to protect with everything she has.

One such eco-friendly activity is protecting the ocean from home.

Now, you might ask: Is that even possible?

Well, the answer is a big YES – especially for those who are looking to protect the ocean but doesn’t have the ability to do their best anytime of the day all the time because of time constraint from important things such as family and work, as well as for those who are looking to protect the ocean but doesn’t have the capability to do their best anywhere in the world all the time because of location constraint from other important things such as vacations and holidays.

Here’s one way:

Plant trees in your backyard.

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The reason for this is quite simple. We all know how trees can help prevent downpours that might cause soil erosion and spoiled crops, especially those coming from high locations such as plateaus and mountains. We also know how trees can help prevent overflows that might cause sand emulsion and damaged reefs, especially those coming from low locations such as rivers and oceans. Planting trees in your backyard will not just help prevent downpour from happening near you, but also help prevent overflows from happening to you. Planting trees in your backyard will also not just help raise awareness on the hazards of downpours when it happens to you or a mountain couple miles back, but also help raise awareness on the dangers of overflows when it happens near you or an ocean several miles forward.

Do you know any other ways to protect the ocean from home? Let us know in the comments section below!

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