Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Fifty ways to save The Ocean

The earth planet shouldn't be called earth, it should be called planet ocean!

Oceans cover approximately 75% of the world's surface and without them the earth would die. The oceans sustain the life on this planet and are essential to our health.

The health of our oceans is being compromised by accelerated human disturbances such as over fishing, pollution, global warming and other environmental factors making the health of our oceans a very serious cause for concern.

"politicians respond to money" "and they respond to votes"

Eco journalist David Helvarg of the Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Oceanographic Institute, explains parts of his written book '50 Ways to Save the Ocean' and how we can all make small but significant actions to make sure they're preserved for our future generations to enjoy.

For a more detailed analysis on the health of our oceans please watch additional videos on my blog on my profile.

This video was uploaded with permission from Mary Lynn Price of Dive Film and in conjuction with The Scripps Oceanagraphic Institute.