Let's Talk Ocean Plastic
The portion of macro plastic at sea attributed to fishing gear is:
Fishing nets in the Pacific Garbage Patch account for:
Of the plastic in the ocean, straws account for:
Let's Talk Species Extinction
Seabird population decline since the 1950's:
Sea turtle species threatened or endangered due to fishing:
Population of world's largest fishes wiped out by fishing
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5 Ways You Can Help
We need as many people as possible to watch Seaspiracy, so here's how you can make a difference:
- Watch Seaspiracy on Netflix, then post a reaction video online with the hashtags #watchseaspiracy and #DontLookAway. In the video, let people know the actions you are taking in response to Seaspiracy. In your post, tag 10 friends challenge them to #watchseaspiracy.
- Leave seafood and other animal products off your plate and replace them with tasty plant-based alternatives.
- Use our downloadable resources for stickering, postering, leafleting and social media campaigns.
- Use gifs on Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram Stories and Twitter by typing “seaspiracy” into the gif search bar and get posting.
- Sign the Seaspiracy petition to protect 30% of the ocean by 2030.
Animal Save Movement speak to the film makers:
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