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Sullie Saves the Seas

Sullie Saves the Seas, by Goffinet McLaren is a fun and educational little paperback for children that explores the human extremes of caring and indifference as a small group of dedicated birds battle to preserve our oceans. The story is dedicated to all the sea birds, whales, dolphins, seals, and turtles that have lost their lives to plastic pollution…

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Eco-Art Coastal Reclamation Project

Volunteers planted mangrove seedlings on Virginia Key, getting down and dirty for an ‘eco-art’ project that aims to raise environmental awareness.

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The Eddy and the Plankton

The ocean has storms and weather that rival the size and scale of tropical cyclones. But rather than destruction, these storms, better known as eddies, are more likely to bring life to the sea.

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Iberian Peninsula at Night

The city lights of Spain and Portugal define the Iberian Peninsula in this photograph from the International Space Station (ISS). The network of smaller cities and towns along the coastline and in the interior attest to the extent of the human presence on the Iberian landscape.

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Landsat in Memory of the World Register

What do the Gutenberg Bible, Tolstoy’s personal library, the Book of Kells, an 8th century illuminated manuscript, created by Celtic monks, and the Landsat Multispectral Scanner System (MSS) data archive have in common? They are all among the 245 international documentary collections that make up the Memory of the World Register.

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Building Schools And Houses Out Of Plastic Trash

“How can we change the world? It starts with the kids…”

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Lilly and Minot Visit the New Orleans Oil Spill

In this witty and charming book, which provide a whimsical look at the environment, Lilly and Minot travel to New Orleans to help clean up the oil spill in the Gulf of New Mexico. A children’s book from the ” Lilly and Minot” series authored by Willian Sargent, illustrated by Julia Purinton, published by Strawberry Hill Press.

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The World Oceans Day: Ocean IQ Challenge

All the Way to the Ocean would like to announce our first contest “The World Oceans Day: Ocean IQ Challenge” in honor of and to celebrate World Oceans Day. By Joel Harper.

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Kids Fighting Climate Change Through Innovative Initiatives

Floods and droughts may be the “new normal” and sea levels may be rising faster than previously thought, but the younger generation isn’t willing to accept these climate change consequences for their future. Kids are taking action with visible results, proving they may be more capable than adults in fighting man-made climate change.

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