Inspiring the next generation of ocean caretakers: From The Bow Seat  Ocean Awareness Student Contest Art • Essay • Advocacy

Inspiring the next generation of ocean caretakers: From The Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Student Contest Art

drawings of koi fish | history of the koi fish reaches back over 20 million years koi fish ...

Image detail for -Because of their vibrant colors and peaceful demeanor the koi…

One of a series of weavings by Australian artist Aly de Groot using marine debris that would otherwise be polluting the seas and endangering marine life.

One of a series of weavings by Australian artist Aly de Groot using marine debris that would otherwise be polluting the seas and endangering marine life.

Carolyn Saxby - Sea momentoes  (Check out how she handles scenes)

Carolyn Saxby - Sea momentoes (Check out how she handles scenes) -textiles and mixed media

Marine Pollution is 60 to 80% plastic. Say no to plastic bags! Pledge to stop using plastic bags http://www.seathos.org/projects/bag-ban/

Marine Pollution is 60 to plastic. Say no to plastic bags! Pledge to stop using plastic bags.

Carolyn Saxby - water

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

Pinks and purples netting and robes found along the beach shore which were washed in from sea, and seem to be tangled up.

Fishing Net - Pinks and purples netting and robes found along the beach shore which were washed in from sea, and seem to be tangled up.

A project to highlight plastic pollution in the ocean, sea and on beaches. This particular part of the campaign is about fishermen's gloves. These gloves were beachcombed from Tangleha, Scotland.

A project to highlight plastic pollution in the ocean, sea and on beaches. This particular part of the campaign is about fishermen's gloves. These gloves were beachcombed from Tangleha, Scotland.

6 jarring photos reveal the reality of water pollution (warning: images may be upsetting to some)

This Designer's Posters Shine A Light On A Huge Problem

Designer Christian Waters created a set of sample WWF posters that illustrate how we treat our oceans: Like a trash can.

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