Click to download your Biodegradable Timeline It’s 2020 on the Pale Blue Dot. On this day – February 14th – in 1990, the Voyager 1 Space Probe took a photograph of Earth from a record-breaking distance of 6 billion kilometers away. The photograph was named ‘Pale Blue Dot,’ describing how minuscule our home planet appears in […]
Click to save Use this, not that! Use these environmentally friendlier alternatives: -Reusable bags -Metal, paper, bamboo, or biodegradable straws -Reusable bottles -Wooden, bamboo, or biodegradable utensils -Wooden, bamboo, or recycled toothbrushes Avoid using these: -Plastic bags -Plastic straws -Plastic bottles and styrofoam cups -Plastic utensils -Plastic toothbrushes Keep the ocean plastic free! Share […]
Time to test your Open Water Skills. Dive in! From diving bells, to diving suits, to the Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (better known as SCUBA), for centuries humans have found innovative ways to explore the mysteries of the ocean. Life on Earth began in ocean waters. Still today, it’s estimated that around 50-80% of all life on […]
First stop is John Pennekamp State Park. The first undersea park in the United States. Let’s explore the coral reef and marine life. Learn more about how climate change and pollution are impacting coral reefs.