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Ocean Wise
A global not-for-profit organization whose vision is a world in which oceans are healthy and flourishing.
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Ocean Wise 4h
Appreciate the feedback, Megan. Hope you enjoy our upcoming episodes too!
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Ocean Wise 5h
RT : That waterfront view from looks pristine but is it? Mercury, pesticides, hydrocarbons, flame-retardants among contaminants in local ocean samples that scientists are tracking
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Ocean Wise 17h
Rise Above Plastics talk with and begins in 5 mins -- LIVE STREAM:
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Ocean Wise 19h
Interesting infographic on ocean giants by ...
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Ocean Wise 19h
Miss out on tix to tonight's talk on ? Tune in to the live stream! Starts at 7:30 pm.
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Ocean Wise 21h
Great company can lead to amazing things! RT : Welcome aboard! ’s Coastal Ocean Research Institute (CORI) is our 1st official partner working out of our new Pacific Science Enterprise Centre!
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Ocean Wise 21h
Are you looking for fun, engaging activities for your kiddies on weekends and during ? We can help in that department! Check out our Junior Biologist Clubs on Sat. afternoons or register for a week of now:
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Ocean Wise 23h
Friends, are you looking for something fun to do this weekend, which also benefits our environment? Consider a shoreline cleanup to help prevent plastic from entering our ocean. It also keeps aquatic life, like sea otter Hardy, happy and healthy.
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Ocean Wise Feb 20
Love that your podcast collection is focused on our environment. Really appreciate that you've shared ours :)
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Ocean Wise Feb 20
How do you get from serving in Afghanistan to observing sea stars as they lose their limbs in B.C.’s Howe Sound? We talked to for Ep. 3 of of our new podcast . Hear her amazing story and about her drive to serve a greater purpose:
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Such an important area of research. Thanks for your incredible support. RT : Proud to join forces with on a $1.3M partnership to research microplastics in the
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Victoria Harbour most polluted on B.C. coast: study.
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Who's heading to the International Marine Debris Conference next month? We'd like to share ideas and connect on ocean plastic.
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Likewise, Jess! We <3 featuring strong female leaders doing good in the ocean sphere.
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Along with their sharkey cousins, rays are among the most endangered vertebrates on earth. So we made a list of four ways to protect these flat-out cool creatures. Wanna learn more? Check our our story this week on :
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Ocean Wise Feb 19
Ocean literacy is key to understanding our role in protecting our oceans. Thanks for sharing. RT : Measuring impact, tracks people’s participation in ocean conservation events.
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Ocean Wise Feb 18
Huge thanks to for supporting our Pollution Tracker initiative. Monitoring contaminants along our coastline is a critical step in understanding how we may protect our oceans.
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Ocean Wise Feb 18
A picture is worth a thousand words, and conservationist and TV star knows the power of a photo. Listen to her talk about her surreal shoots on Ep. 2 of My Ocean, our new
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Ocean Wise Feb 17
RT : My Ocean Podcast: Episode 1: , The Brain on Water, produced by the team at
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Ocean Wise Feb 17
In the ocean’s rich subsurface layer where many marine creatures feed, invisible fibres spin and churn along with the currents. scientists are studying how microfibres are impacting our oceans and what we can do about it.
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