the great barrier reef

Save Our Marine Life

We may not see the connection, but what we eat and use on our skin influences our health, the health of the Earth and most importantly, the health of the ocean. The cleaning products we use in our homes, kitchens and bathrooms may cause environmental damage and pollution if they contain harsh, toxic chemicals. Everything we do impacts the environment, even if we cannot see the immediate effects of our actions. My behaviour as a consumer is always determined by the impact of my choices on the marine environment. With The Great Barrier Reef in the Australian political and environmental spotlight from the recent mass coral bleaching event that has devastated reef communities in northern Queensland, what we are allowing to enter the ocean becomes a critical matter. There are many factors outside of our control, but there are also many other factors within it, and we must strive to adopt these neutral or constructive practices, rather than destructive ones.

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