Together we can protect our ocean life!

Together we can protect our ocean life!

Our oceans need protection and that's why we have created this Canvas of a whale swimming in the sea. 100% of profits for this product goes to

At we try our hardest to be climate friendly carefully chosing collaborators that is aware of the carbon foot print and tries to minimice it.

Here are some ways you can be more climate friendly focusing on the sea:


1. Mind your carbon footprint and reduce energy consumption. Reduce your use of fossil fuels by walking, biking, or taking public transportation when possible. You can also reduce your energy consumption by turning off lights and electronics when you're not using them.


2. Make safe, sustainable seafood choices. Overfishing is a major problem that is damaging the ocean's ecosystems. You can help by choosing seafood that is sustainably caught or farmed.


3. Use fewer plastic products. Plastic pollution is a major problem in the ocean. You can help by using reusable bags, water bottles, and containers instead of disposable ones.


4. Help take care of the beach. Participate in beach cleanups and other activities that help keep the beach clean and healthy.


5. Don't purchase items that exploit marine life. Avoid buying products made from endangered species or that are harvested in ways that damage the ocean's ecosystems.


6. Be an ocean-friendly pet owner. Dispose of pet waste properly and don't flush cat litter down the toilet. Choose pet food made from sustainable seafood sources.


7. Support organizations working to protect the ocean. There are many organizations working to protect the ocean's ecosystems. Consider donating your time or money to one of these organizations.


8. Influence change in your community. Encourage your friends, family, and community members to take action to protect the ocean's ecosystems.


Here are some sustainable seafood choices:


- Anchovies

- Arctic Char

- Barramundi

- Catfish

- Clams

- Crab (Dungeness)

- Halibut (Pacific)

- Mussels

- Oysters

- Salmon (Alaskan)

- Sardines (Pacific)

- Scallops (bay and sea)

- Shrimp (Oregon pink)


Farmed seafood is fish and shellfish bred, reared and harvested in controlled water environments. More than half of the seafood we now eat is farmed through a process known as aquaculture¹. Farmed seafood is produced in a way that minimizes environmental impacts and protects workers' rights and local communities¹.


Fishers catch wild seafood in natural marine environments such as oceans, lakes, and rivers. Wild seafood is in decline due to overfishing¹. Wild, sustainable seafood has been caught in a way that means there’s plenty more fish in the sea now and in the future¹.


Farmed seafood is typically smaller and has a more uniform appearance, while wild-caught fish can vary widely in size and color².



(1) The difference between farmed and wild seafood - MSC.

(2) Wild-Caught vs. Farm-Raised Fish: Unveiling the Truth.

(3) Wild caught vs. farm raised seafood - College of Health and Human Sciences.

(4) Pros & Cons of Farmed vs. Wild Caught Fish |


These are just a few examples. You can find more information on sustainable seafood choices at the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch database¹ or The Spruce Eats².


(1) The Best Sustainable Seafood Choices - The Spruce Eats.

(2) What is Sustainable Seafood? Our Guide - Oceanic Society.

(3) Seafood Watch.


(1) How You Can Help the Ocean | Smithsonian Ocean.

(2) 10 Things You Can Do to Save the Ocean - National Geographic.

(3) 10 Things You Can Do to Save the Ocean - National Geographic.

(4) Protecting the ocean could help us fight climate change.

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