Plastics are one of the most common pollutants found in our oceans. Plastics are found in or on our clothes, body wash and nearly everything
Turtle Island Restoration Network recently launched a swordfish boycott to protect ocean wildlife from deadly commercial fishing methods. Swordfish has become a popular food offered in restaurants and markets, and ocean wildlife is dying as a consequence.
Please be a part of this local movement to protect an endangered species by sending an email to your supervisor to help them feel confident in making the best decision for all of Marin.
The “critically endangered” Pacific leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) has experienced a catastrophic decline over the past two decades, and is on the verge of extinction due in part to industrial fishing methods off the coast of California and in Hawai’i.
It was a pretty exciting nesting season! Turtle Island Restoration Network is a leading advocate for endangered sea turtles – from tiny Kemp’s ridley
Turtle Island and Surfrider Galveston launched a PSA to encourage people to bring a reusable bag instead of using a plastic bag.
Hawaii Governor Ige vetoes only legislation that sought to address problems of the unsustainable aquarium trade.