Please adopt this Coral Reef - Giveaway

You may get a chance to adopt two World of Coral artisan keycaps by Jelly Key. You only need to leave you email here, and tell us what is the smallest act that you could do to protect sea life.

World of Coral keycap was created with tool, clay, resin. There were no coral reef is harmed during the process of making the keycaps.

This is the result:


Thanks for participating in this Giveaway from Jelly Key. The prize is one of two World of Coral artisan keycaps by Jelly Key

We have more than 2000 people join this giveaway, so we will use random.org to pick the winners. I will roll 5 times and get the last two results

Let's see who are the winners:

  1. 1st time: 671

  2. 2nd time: 380

  3. 3rd time: 379

  4. 4th time: 169 -  Jakob Renpening | Thank you for being a great father :)

  5. 5th time: 1925  - Omar Thompson thank you for pick up trash and clear the beach :)

So we will send email to two winners, you expect to receive a random keycap in our World of Coral keycap.

 


Thank you for contributing to the list of small act that save the sea-life

  • Love your keycaps <3
  • Stop using plastic bags
  • These caps are awesome
  • Cut up my 6-pack holders before recycling!
  • Pick up rubbish as I see them, especially anywhere close to the ocean
  • Reduce plastic products.
  • Reuse water bottles for crafts or containers :) Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
  • I have a experience. The oil tanker foundered near Korea Yellow sea in 2007. When the oil tanker foundered and spilled oil, I volunteered to clean it up. It's really hard to get rid of black oil. But many many people and I did it together. It has now been restored. This experience is really shocked me, so I volunteered to clean beaches in fall regularly. I love the sea, should protect and take care of them.
  • Trying to avoid purchasing unnecessarily plastic wrapped groceries and products in my household and collect recyclable materials separately.
  • We should reduce the use of plastic.
  • An act to help protect the sea life and the easiest way that everyone can do is to not litter anywhere especially at the sea/coast/beaches, to help prevent sea animals from being harmed by trapping them or causing them to mistake it for food. It can also help the aquatic plants by not blocking the sunlight etc.
  • Clean trash on my local beach! Thank you
  • I could cut apart plastic that fish and animals could get caught in.
  • You know those plastic rings that hold a four pack of beer together? I always, always pull them apart before throwing them away. Even if they are recycled, if they get into the water system, they can strangle birds, fish, turtles and cause death. By pulling them apart I make sure there are no circles to get stuck in.
  • Here is an example of what I mean https://goo.gl/images/vsZo2N
  • Use less plastic
  • Using the shower for 5 minutes shorter helps a bot...
  • Carefully and articulately process and deconstruct recyclable plastics.
  • Jelly,
  • I am an Advanced Padi scuba diver in the US. Started when I was 13 years old diving in Cozumel Mexico.
  • All scuba divers realize the importance
  • Of protecting sea life, because we live in that world briefly too. I advocate against the millions of sharks killed each year and oppose shark finning practices. ~ Theorem Burkhart
  • Qiao
  • Reduce the number of disposable plastic bags I use
  • I’ve recently started living on my own and have been getting plastic bags from grocery stores. I know now that they end up in masses in the sea. I will start using reusable bags, I know I’m just one person but I know something this small makes for big changes if a lot of people do this. This coral key is very humbling.
  • Use cloth bags instead of plastic
  • Do not use plastic bags when we take away food!
  • To raise awareness and reduce waste
  • I don't throw away plastics ...
  • Don’t go to the sea! So it won’t be polluted!
  • Stop using Q-tip.
  • don't throw plastic waste into the sea
  • I will try to educate my friend in high school the ways to protecte the sea life (such as: stop dumping rubbish into sea, stop using plastic bag, use sea-friendly products)
  • While it sounds incredibly stupid, one of the smallest and easiest acts to do that legitimately save sea life is cutting the plastic rings that six packs of soda come in. It literally takes seconds to do, but can prevent sea life (on land or in the sea) such as turtles, seagulls, and fish from getting caught in them and ultimately dying.
  • Don't throw trash into the sea
  • I have never thrown trash to the sea ^^
  • Just clean the beach when you are there, grab a cigarette someone left or a plastic bag someone forgot. No need to do it for hours, just clean for a few minutes before you leave.
  • Same thing goes for every part of nature
  • Protect the environment in general. Separate waste, don't throw your rubbish on the streets and tell other people to do the same. We can't really control what big companies do, but that's the least we can do.
  • A really small and easy act you can do is to not use products with micro plastics in them. Micro plastics are very small pieces of plastic that are commonly found in lots of products. Micro plastics build up in our seas and damage wildlife and ecosystems. By simply avoiding products with these in them (such as exfoliating face creams and synthetic fabrics) you can reduce the harm caused to our oceans. Micro plastics make up 30% of the plastic waste in the seas and this simple rule can have a huge impact.
  • Not throw trashes into the sea perhaps?
  • No longer use sunscreen with the chemical that contributes to reef bleaching. (Basically mineral based are goood)
  • Educate Yourself About Oceans and Marine Life
  • I recycle everyday and hope this helps stop the pollution of our seas.
  • Pick up trash at the beach and never steep on Coral
  • Use less plastics!
  • I recycle our trash to prevent them from going to the ocean.
  • Pollution has always been a big problem that harms the eco system of the ocean, especially in Vietnam, so what i suggest we start doing is stop throwing every piece of trash into the ocean. Let’s all make an effort to save our beautiful beaches, 3260km of them!
  • The smallest act would be to stop using products with micro plastics and wear clothes made from natural fibers so that no synthetic micro fibers go into the ocean when i do laundry
  • i try to use as little plastic as possible; would bring my own pot when buying food so no bags or containers will be used
  • To protect sea life, we should use fewer plastic product. I will bring reusable bags for shopping whenever possible.
  • Use fewer plastic items!
  • I could pick up trashIi see on the ground. I can also spread awareness so that more people are sympathetic to sea coral.
  • For me personally, to help protect sea life is to make sure to recycle, especially plastic, cause the more I recycle and the less I throw out, I know that won't end up polluting the seas.
  • Use less plastic! Plastic is so easy to eliminate from our daily lives and has such a huge impact on marine life all over the world. Using just a little less can save lives, and protect our natural wonders.
  • Bring my own reusable bag to do groceries shopping!
  • Buy fish from sustainable fishing.
  • Don't use plastic bottles!
  • The easiest and most effective thing I've done to protect sea life is to stop eating seafood :)
  • Recycle Plastics
  • Not littering helps
  • Reuse your plastic bags! And when you're done with them make sure to put them in the plastics bin. (or just don't buy/use plastic bags at all) We need less plastic soup in the sea.
  • Stop using plastic microbeads, glitter, and other materials that may end up in the sea and destroy life.
  • stop throw garbarge to see
  • Get a goldfish and feed him
  • I'll be sure to check whether the seafood that I eat are from sustainable sources from now on!
  • Not buy coral from gift shops and support non-for-profits.
  • I can stop polluting the sea by not letting my impure body touch the sea.
  • Ensure to recycle all plastic! So much plastic floats around the ocean and kills plants and animals in the ocean.
  • Stop all littering & pollution
  • Put plastic bags in trash bin
  • Collecting garbage from the beach before it spreads into the water
  • Making sure to pick up any trash littering the beach or shoreline.
  • I've been working in organisation aimed at reducing pollution and waste on beaches. We usually go to universities to try and motivate people to come with us on Saturday mornings to help pick up garbage from the beach.
  • Stop to litter
  • The smallest act I have done to protect our oceans and sea life is I would walk the beach throwing back any starfish I see that gets washed ashore. It may be a minuscule act but it means all the difference to the ones I save.
  • The most simple (and the smallest as well I'd suppose) act I could (and actually) do to protect the sea life is simply to not polute the local beaches and the water. There's nothing as nice as finding your favourite beach nice and clean for everybody. :)
  • I can clean the beaches.
  • Oh my, this is absolutely beautiful! I love the sea and everything in it so this is just pure awesome sauce :)
  • To continue to promote and encourage people to recycle and to teach them why that action is necessary to help heal the planet.
  • Don't throw your trash into the environment, put it in the bin.
  • Pay attention to what you are putting down the sink.
  • use natural detergent
  • The smallest act I could do to protect the see is clean up around my local beaches.
  • Do not touch. Just look.
  • Use less plastic! Plastic takes a long timeto break down and it’s starting to leak into our oceans
  • I live near the beach and I always pick up trash along the beach when I walk.
  • don't liter. plastic waste can get caught around marine life, and they can consume bits of trash that they think is food.
  • I recycle plastics and refuse to use plastic straws
  • re-use plastic bags
  • I never use plastic bags when grocery shopping, but tbf everyone in germany seperates their trash and nothing ends up in the oceans
  • Donate a bit of money to an organization for sea life. Doesn't even have to be a lot, every penny helps.
  • Use the tiniest bit less of plastic. Notably, this act promotes snowballing into a more plastic-free life.
  • I am buying 2 4Ocean bracelets for my wife and me for The holiday season to help support ocean clean up and remove 2 ponds of ocean trash.
  • You should recycle your waste and not litter, especially not in rivers, because that trash will end up in the sea.
  • I think it is personal awareness for sustainability. By being aware of what kind of goods we are consuming and if they are “greeen” vs harmful for the environment, we can do our part (even minimally) to protect the seas AND lands.
  • First of all, those look stunning!
  • I think the smallest act is to not leave rubbish/trash at the beach. Always make sure to clean up after playing at the beach or having a picnic/barbecue.
  • Recycle! It takes little to no effort and can save so many lives
  • I’m a resident of a beach town in Florida, so I’ve lived around the ocean all my life. The simplist thing is to care. I care about the coral reefs, wildlife, the natural beauty of the water sculpted world and I try to keep all of it in mind, no matter what I’m doing. Taking an extra 5 seconds to properly throw away a bottle could save an animal. Taking an extra 10 minutes to drive to the auto parts store could keep liters of dirty engine oil out of our natural waterways. Protecting the ocean isn’t some monumental task, it’s so simple if you care and not pollute. When presented with an option of a little extra effort and a little less effort, it’s always better to choose the course of action that does not result in irreversable damage.
  • Help reduce carbon emissions!
  • Returning the fishes that have become trapped in the little puddles of the beach, or take out of the water the residues that you can see when swimming.
  • I always pick up at least 1 piece of trash every time I visit the beach.
  • well use less soap?
  • I run spacecat designs, i would LOVE this as a token of my unwavering devotion to protecting sea life. a simple donation helps, but so would actively volunteering.
  • Stop using plastic bag
  • Recycle so it doesn't end up in the ocean or landfill
  • Cut the plastic rings from the soda can things
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  • Not littering is an act so small that everyone should be doing to save not only sea life, but the rest of the environment as well
  • Use water containers to avoid using water bottles that could end up in the oceans.
  • Reduce the types of products I buy that contain plastics, specifically things that have lots of tiny pieces.
  • Tell friends about donating to good causes
  • Don't buy soda bottles with the plastic rings
  • Don't litter in the ocean, and recycle plastic so it doesn't go to the ocean dumps
  • Never use plastic bags for shopping, always bring your own sustainable shopping bag :D
  • Recycle. Making sure plastics, glass and other recyclables don’t end up in the sea. These material hurt wildlife, destroy their homes and takes the oceans true beauty away. Recycling is something anyone can do.
  • The smallest act for me would be something like limiting how many plastic bags I use when I go to the grocery store.
  • Ask for a paper bag instead of plastic.
  • Not litter.
  • Use reusable and recyclable aluminium water bottles instead of plastic water bottles.
  • Reusable shopping bags & food/drink containers.
  • Recycle and not litter in the sea.
  • Definitely try and read up on the current state of coral reefs to become aware of what larger acts are possible to help preserve them.
  • I don't swim.
  • I try to use less plastics and re-use as much as I can!
  • wont crack it when swim
  • I avoid using plastic forks, spoons, etc
  • My girlfriend works at the zoo so we've been trying to achieve a "no plastic garbage" lifestyle to help the sea life who are being overrun with garbage and dying as a result of pollution. You have beautiful keys and wonderful people, thank you for all that you do!
  • Smallest act that I could do is not littering trash at all times even when I’m not near the ocean and pick up trash if I’m near shores. Also, I could and will donate to https://coral.org/ for a little help.
  • Going on biweekly beach clean ups
  • Curting down on the use of plastics
  • Stop throwing garbage where it doesn’t belong
  • I could donate to a charity that helps with this kind of thing, I could make posters about it. There are many things I could do.
  • Make sure garbage is properly disposed of and not dumped into the ocean where it can trap and kill wildlife.
  • I do not litter, both on land or to the sea, especially plastic products
  • Eat sustainable seafood.
  • To always dispose trash in proper places and ways. Already have and will continue on doing.
  • To educate and help others understand the important role of corals in maintaining a diverse ecosystem and protecting coastlines. To promote interest in sea life.
  • Double check the aquatic toxicity when disposing of chemicals/metals through the drain
  • Protect your local rivers and check clarity and toxic levels. Reach out to local authorities if there is something wrong about the look or smell of the river.
  • Rivers go to Seas, you don’t need to live by the sea to help!
  • Stop peeing when I'm at the beach i guess? Haha just kidding I think stop polluting water by throwing garbage is the best thing I can do now to protect sea life
  • Educating others by not throwing their garbage to the ocean. Something as simple as refuse plastic can do a substantial amount of damage to the ecosystem.
  • I live in Florida and whenever I go to the beach I pick up cans and trash on the shore.
  • Don't leave your trash on the beach.
  • I live near the beach in Miami, and if my friend and I see trash in the water we pick it up and put it in the nearest trash can. It's a small thing but if everyone did it, the beaches and sea life would be in better shape.
  • Jelly Key is Jelly Key!
  • Love you, my friends.
  • Recycle all plastics
  • Share with my toddlers the wonder of sunlit tide pools. Inculcate in them a sense of wonderment and appreciation of sea life’s variety, origin of life on earth and fragility
  • What I have been doing is telling all my friends and family to stop using any beauty products that use plastic micro-beads, because they are eaten in mass quantities by fish, which harms them, and then eaten by us. What I could be doing is eating more sustainable sources of fish, which I will be actively doing.
  • I can ride my bike more instead of driving everywhere!
  • Eat less.
  • I have always had a passion for marine biology and am apart of a scuba diving community, Crew3000, and we have been active in the coral restoration field. We have been setting up coral tree farms to reintroduce staghorn coral into their native habitats where coral counts are low in the Caribbean. Love the work you guys are doing and hope for the best for you and your company!
  • I can stop using so many plastic bottles. Start using a Bpa free reusable container
  • I help my local university group clearing the beach of rubbish at our SSSI site.
  • Recycling plastic bottles or reusing them. Throwing them in their proper recycling bins helps too
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle (:
  • not much but keep the beaches clean
  • Use less plastic
  • Cut those bands between soda cans
  • One of the things I have done is pick up trash at the local beach. We don't have reef's here but it's my small part. The keys look great and I'm sorry ive missed some of the group buys.
  • Pick up litter by the ocean
  • Lower waste output by throwing out less.
  • Keep the beach CLEAN
  • I use paper bags when possible and use the lowest number of plastic bags when I must. :)
  • I will dispose of my cooking oil properly.
  • Be aware of what you flush down the toilet and send down the drain. The toxins will eventually get to the ocean.
  • Stop using straws
  • Making sure my kid understands the importance of sea life and knows how much the little, concious acts we do help preserve it.
  • Remove trash from the seas
  • Less plastic
  • Use Air Mail instead of Surface
  • Cutting plastic six pack containers up so fosh and turtles don’t get stuck in them! Also, avoiding microbeads and never flishing drugs down the toilet!
  • Don't use plastic shopping bags.
  • pick up litter on the beach
  • Don't buy products with micro beads.
  • Use a reusable bags when shopping
  • Recycle plastics / pick up trash when at the beach so it doesn't get swept into the ocean
  • Cut back on use of plastics.
  • Reduce use of plastic
  • Drink less bottled water!
  • Keeping litter off of our beaches greatly helps.
  • BAN plastic from the beaches!!
  • I am trying to stop buying products that contain microbeads as they're incredibly harmful to sea life
  • Don't be an idiot and dumb stuff in the sea.
  • Recycling plastic properly and cutting plastic rings used for soda cans before throwing them away.
  • I never throw any trash in the sea
  • Choose products that contain no microbeads.
  • Pick up at least one bottle when i go around beaches.
  • Recycle man, that stuff ain’t hard to do.
  • Stop buying products with microbeads or other plastics that beautiful ocean life.
  • Volunteer! Go to your local oceans and seas and pick up the trash that is littered. Protect the animals and organisms that share this beautiful earth.
  • put the garbage into the trash
  • Be vegetarian! Don't eat fish
  • Do not litter!
  • Not eat as much seafood probably. Freshwater fish is better in my opinion anyway.
  • One would be to be more careful about sunscreen and snorkeling. It needs to be absorbed into the skin before you should go swimming. Lathering it on and then jumping into the water is so careless :(
  • no littering
  • Stop using plastic grocery bags, which have a tendency to end up in the oceans and harm ocean life.
  • Recycling bottles cans and glass stuff.
  • Recycle plastics!
  • I reduce my carbon footprint and energy usage to try and stop global warming!
  • Switch to green energy, start using wind and solar power. It would help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by the ocean.
  • Avoid using sunscreen when swimming near coral reefs, it is one of the biggest contributors to killing the reefs, and a simple way to help.
  • The smallest act, seems pretty tricky? One small act you could do to protect sea life is to stop using straws since many of them find their way into the ocean and kill many creatures that try to eat them.
  • Recycle plastic bottles
  • Don't throw away plastic bags and reuse them before recycling
  • Stop using plastic bags when shopping groceries.
  • Picking up trash on the beach so it doesn't get washed out to sea and harm marine life.
  • Respect it because if no one respects the life under the water no one does anything else.
  • Properly recycle plastics
  • Recycle more!
  • The smallest? Recycle all plastic that I buy! Keep it from the ocean.
  • I love this! I will make a large Bitcoin donation of your choice, if I somehow win.
  • Thank you,
  • Clay
  • Stop buying 6 packs of things, to reduce those nasty plastic 6 pack holders that can strangle sea life!
  • I avoid using any plastics
  • Never poo again
  • One of the smallest things we can do is to be mindful of what we put down our drains; paints, chemicals, oils, they can make their way back to our oceans.
  • I am a college biology instructor and spend lots of time talking with my students about how important biodiversity is and how vulnerable every part of our world is to change.
  • Recycling and using less non bio degradable plastic products!
  • My family recycles everything we can, reducing the waste that ends up in the ocean.
  • I am in the aquarium hobby. We could purchase locally bred aquatic wildlife instead of wild caught.
  • Thanks Jelly key made so many nice key caps!
  • The smallest act you could do can be as simple as recycling plastics or opting for non-plastic products in the first place.
  • Cutting up the plastic can holders!
  • Better recycling in my house and community
  • Dont eat shark soup.
  • We always pick up all plastic we find in the ocean while scuba diving. Every bit counts!
  • Years back, my girlfriend and I went to Florida shortly after the oil spill. We weren't able to volunteer to help clean up, but we did photograph the cleanup workers and share on social media at the time to raise awareness.
  • Watch what I throw down drains.
  • It all ends up at the ocean eventually, we should be aware of how we are harming the animals with chemicals and things some people tend to just dump down the drain from time to time.
  • Not let go of balloons (so they don’t end up deflated in the sea)
  • I live in Florida, and have grown up in a small fishing village that is slowly dying due to overfishing from large commercial fishing entities, so I know the devastation of the ocean and the reefs around us. The smallest act, besides properly recycling plastic and disposing of trash and litter, is telling people around me every chance I get about the growing issue of the ocean pollution.
  • Purchase a reusable water bottle with a message saying you care about the ocean and a website.
  • - It will help to limit your usage of plastics which hurt the environment.
  • - It will advertise a way for people to join a good cause. The more that join the greater the fix.
  • - Have the website just start facts about how a single water bottle can change the world.
  • - Have the price of the water bottle go towards one free one to someone in need. So me buying one would also supply one to india or another location in the world to curb waste.
  • - Have the ability to share the wealth and another person will randomly have their water bottle given for free to them and 2 water bottles will be donated to help the world.
  • - It will help people loose weight which will reduce the amount of garbage as well as the less you consume the less garbage you create
  • One simple water bottle can help fix the world.
  • I recycle everything. I make sure all of my waste gets taken care of the right way, so it doesn't end up in the nature or in the sea.
  • To help prevent small sea life from being trapped by beer and soda plastic wrapping, I can make sure to cut all 6 of the plastic circles used to package and hold the cans so that nothing can get stuck.
  • Not use so many plastic bags.
  • Walk to work instead of driving; global pollution is killing the coral reefs!
  • Make keycaps out of non-toxic and recyclable plastics
  • The smallest act that you could do to protect sea life is to always reduce, reuse, and recycle.
  • plastics need to be fought at a manufacturing and taxation level
  • Reduce the use of plastics.
  • Reduce plastic waste
  • Don't litter
  • Whenever I see something floating in the sea I go, grab it and throw it in a trash can. It's not a big deal but it helps to keep fish from dying and the reefs from polluting.
  • Recycle plastics so they don't end up in the ocean. This is "small" but effective.
  • Don't be a dick and throw trash in sea.
  • I’ve gone beach cleaning several times, and the types of trash I’ve found is astounding. From razor blades to glass bottles, it really is disheartening to see. But I would go back to cleaning beaches and stop storm drain dumping as that does make a significant impact.
  • Trash cleanup after holidays at the beach
  • picking up all trashes on the beach when I go there, and never take plastic bags when I'm out for buying things because I always have my bag with me. Guess it's very mundane, but that's how I do it
  • Probably to stop eating caught fish as overfishing is becoming a real problem.
  • These are such a beautiful reminder of the complexity of our oceans.
  • Stop using plastic bags!
  • cut up plastic rings from six packs of cans
  • Pick up trash ( anywhere), and be mindful of what goes into your drain.
  • Recycle plastic responsibly.
  • I love all your work <3 Thank you
  • Don't touch them!
  • The Three Rs - Reduce (waste), Reuse (materials) and Recycle
  • I take efforts to recycle every trash I make, including anything that I see in front of me, and actively live with intent to reduce mine and my family's environment footprint.
  • Recycle plastic bottles! Keeps dangerous plastic away from places where it could harm animals (the ocean and out in the wild).
  • Avoid using vehicles, services, and products with a large carbon footprint.
  • Using greener cleaning products
  • Make sure to always recycle so less plastic ends up in our oceans.
  • I am not that old, so the smallest act that I can do is teaching the people who younger than me that should do the smallest thing as they can protect sea life.
  • Advocate not littering in the ocean.
  • Reuseable water bottles! It's a no brainier we need the world to get behind.
  • Me an my hubby loves to collect Jellykey, thanks for your amazing work.
  • Cut Soda retaining rings
  • Remove bottles from beaches, cut your soda sleeves, don't touch sea life while diving or snorkeling
  • Pick up trash on the beach.
  • Properly dispose of trash
  • Cut up soda plastic rings.
  • Recycling
  • Don't throw ANYTHING into the precious sea!
  • don't throw rubbish in the sea
  • That would be to reduce waste production, in particular plastics. Could also utilize my network science research to aid marine ecological systems.
  • Always put bathroom plastics in the bin, like cotton buds. Never flush them!
  • Create less trash and recycle more, so that less trash ends up in the ocean.
  • I am not really go to beach too much but when i have a chance to go there and walking along the coast, i just grab all the nylon bag or any trash I saw in the first place.
  • The smallest thing I could think of is not flush my cat litter... sorry I had no idea...
  • Drink fewer plastic bottles of water.
  • Recycle plastic
  • Making sure that you ALWAYS clip six pack rings (the plastic rings that go around a six pack of cans). Sea life can get stuck in these and be strangled or unable to swim. All living beings deserve a chance to live a safe harm free life!
  • Eliminating plastic as much as possible! There are so many companies out there that produce high quality reusable containers and bags and utensils for on the go use. There is no excuse really, just gotta make it a habit!
  • Don't dump garbage and chemicals into the ocean.
  • I donate to green peace and campaign my local, regional and state governments to adopt policies that protect and conserve nature and wildlife.
  • Use less sunscreen
  • Don't use products containing plastic microbeads. They are too small to recycle and end up in the sea and into the food chain
  • Recycle/never litter
  • Recycling plastics to keep them out of the ocean
  • I don't know ,but did you hear they were successful in transplanting them now?
  • My family recycles everything, reducing the waste that ends up in the ocean
  • Stay home and dont go to the beach.
  • dont drop anything at the beach
  • The smallest act I could (and have started) is to not use any products that contain microbeads in them.
  • Hi Jelly Key!
  • I would try to recycle and sort waste as precise as possible. So deconstructing things into parts that could be recyclable vs non-recyclable. It'll help alleviate the amount of recyclable trash that goes into the ocean because it doesn't biodegrade.
  • Avoid plastic waste as much as possible
  • Bring your own grocery bags and use a water bottle.
  • Dont litter in rivers and oceans.
  • Throw any beached litter into the trash so that it doesn't get swept up into the oceans.
  • Don't pollute the sea and don't support businesses that is overfishing the sea!
  • Recycle plastics and be mindful of what chemicals are dumped down the drain.
  • Informing you and your colleagues about the Ocean Cleanup https://www.theoceancleanup.com/ and asking you after self due diligence to promote their organization. I could also never use a disposable plastic bottle again.
  • I've already and will continue to use my regular water bottle to avoid using plastic bottles, which can be harmful for sea life.
  • Eat less fish so the production doesn't have to go overboard
  • After eating on beach i need to push it into garbage.
  • I participate in beach clean ups, removing trash that would otherwise pollute the ocean.
  • Cut back on pesticides that are washed into the gulf, use natural alternatives.
  • Stop using so much money on mechanical keyboards
  • Do your best to recycle and stop littering. Acid runoff and other debris getting into the ocean has caused a large amount of the damage to sea life that we observe today.
  • I studied corals and coral reefs in college and graduate school, so I’m luckier than most in that I’ve had the opportunity to see several coral reefs in person.
  • The most immediate and direct small act you can do to protect marine life is, if you do have the chance to visit a coral reef, never touch any of the coral. Don’t step on it, poke it, collect it, or use it to steady yourself. Some colonies have been growing for hundreds of years, and all of them need to be in the best shape possible to survive all of the stress linked to the changing climate.
  • No microbeads or plastic bottles!
  • I help protect sea life by not buying products that contain microplastics (glitter, microbes, etc) that kill wildlife.
  • Donate to sea life conservation efforts and encourage my friends and family to do the same.
  • Not buying glitter/soaps with microplastics. These particles can damage ecosystems, and are already undergoing regulations in many states.
  • Be careful what we throw away. Things like plastic can end up in the ocean so going just a few minutes out if your way to take things to a recycling plant can help elemenate plastic in our oceans and out if marine animals. It would be easy and simple to join cleanups that are close to the beaches if you live close enough. It would be simple to donate some money to charities that do those things too. Living in a landlocked state, it can be tough to participate at times but there are always ways.
  • When I see some trash on the ground I can pick it up so that it does not get into the ocean and pollute it.
  • every time i go surfing and i leave the water, bring 1 piece of plastic out of the ocean
  • I'll use less plastic bags
  • Stop using toxic cleaning liquids.
  • The smallest act one can do to protect sea life is to not throw plastic in the sea, because it is really unnecessary and stupid.
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  • Drink beer out of glass bottles instead of cans
  • Cut plastic bottle holders so they don't get around necks of animals.
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  • Vote for politicians that take pollution and global warming seriously. We need strict rules on pollution, and the economic powers of the nations is what is needed to clean up the ocean.
  • Recycle plastics so they do not make it into the ocean. We have enough in the great pacific garbage patch.
  • Not buy coral, shark and other harmful products from the sea!
  • 1) stop buying food that comes separately packed in plastic - it ends up in our oceans. Bring your own bag to the supermarket.
  • 2) Here in Belgium if the fish has MSC on the package, it means it has been fished from a sustainable source and in a non harmful way - I only buy that one. :)
  • Eliminate microplastics.
  • Don't use plastic water bottles
  • Eliminate use of plastic bags, and consume less packaged food.
  • recycle plastics so they dont end up in the ocean
  • Use paper bag instead of nylon bag!!
  • Leave it alone.
  • The smallest thing that I could do is to limit my pollution, as I live nowhere near the sea. I would recycle more and make sure to waste less.
  • Don’t litter in the ocean.
  • Clean up the beaches!
  • Not dumping cooking oil down the kitchen drain because it will eventually end up in the ocean.
  • Recycle and encourage others to do so as well
  • Educate Amy kids
  • Stop getting lids and straws with your drink. You have no idea where single use, disposable plastic is going to end up.
  • The smallest thing I could do is basically keep doing what I'm doing. Keep recycling, keep using glass bottles instead of plastic, and keep using my cloth shopping bag instead of plastic ones. None of it realistically has an effect because I am doing it, but we're a country of 5 million people, so maybe that makes some kind of difference.
  • Picking up garbage at the beach when I'm about to leave.
  • Recycling plastic products. While recycling glass and other materials is helpful, plastic has had a devastating effect upon oceans. By keeping it in a recycling loop, we can do our best to ensure that plastic products do not end up dumped in our waters.
  • Heavily embargo low use/highly damaging products like glitter and micro-beads.
  • Apply a waste tax to businesses to encourage them to change industries
  • What you do is you don't throw your garbage in the water.
  • Recycle. The amount of garbage in the ocean is the biggest threat to Sea life.
  • Always recycle!
  • use fewer plastic products
  • It’s crucial that we reimagine how we package commonly bought objects such as plastic bottles, wrappers, and containers. If we implement sustainably viable solutions, such as biodegradables and natural composite materials, we can reduce the damage from the consumer standpoint. However, as a lover of coral reefs - I do my best by shedding light on the issue with others. Environmental science is a passion that lights one’s heart, everyone should be open to it.
  • Be smarter about how you recycle!
  • Reduce use of plastics that end up in the ocean.
  • Wear correct sunscreen while swimming in the ocean and leave corals alone!
  • Today I will not eat fish for dinner
  • Say no to plastic bags.
  • Proper waste recycling
  • Recycle, make an effort to use less plastic
  • Ban GLITTER!
  • Considering the amount of garbage that gets sent to the ocean, making sure to recycle regularly and consistently would be one of the first steps to contributing to the preservation of oceans and the lives within it.
  • The smaller act I could do to protect sea life is to donate to organizations that help protect it such as Oceania or OPS. I don't get a chance to see sea life very much due to my working conditions but I try to help by donating to organizations that can help make more of a difference than my monetary value :)
  • im working on a project with NOAA and my university right now. We are developing a coral reef nursery that will allow NOAA to outplant coral in the future.
  • in terms of small act, picking up litter would be a big help to protecting sea life.
  • When I go diving, I usually pick up trash along the way.
  • Only use real cups. No plastic.
  • Recycle or at least make sure all your trash makes it into the trash bin. Don't let anything get swept into the storm drain on the street.
  • Use mineral based sun block that is coral friendly + take pieces of trash from the beach that came with us and some that were already there
  • don't purchase items that exploit marine life
  • Clean up the beach!
  • I try not to use soaps and stuff with those plastic microbeads.
  • Reduce use of plastics
  • Cut up plastic rings used for cans/bottles so that fish/animals do not get stuck in them
  • Spread some awareness about microplastics polluting the oceans
  • Help clean beaches. It's a shame so many of us hate seeing dirty beaches and so few actually do something about it.
  • Stop using plastic bags.
  • Recycling plastic
  • Not use as much plastics and glitter that way it wouldn't get polluted to the oceans.
  • I use a stainless steel water bottle instead of buying plastic bottles of water.
  • I go boating a lot and the easiest thing to do is to keep track of your garbage and stop littering
  • Smallest act? Probably be better about recycling
  • Clean the beach!
  • Properly dispose of chemicals and recycle glass and plastic.
  • Polute less water (i.e. with detergents)
  • Making sure to reuse and recycle plastic bags, or not using them at all anymore.
  • I cut six pack rings and recycle. Also watched chasing coral on netflix
  • Like a lot of the world, I don't have access to the sea. However, being conscious of which companies I'm purchasing from, and their level of environment friendliness is a huge factor. I like to think that in a way I'm voting with my money. Much like a US election, it doesn't seem to matter, people are destroying the sea. But if everybody did it, I think it would, so I'm doing my part, even though I'm hundreds of miles from the sea.
  • Avoid using disposable plastics
  • Clean up more trash.
  • Donated money to help recreate an artificial coral reef.
  • Stop using products that have plastic micro beads that end up in the ocean and kill marine life.
  • Use as little disposable plastic as possible.
  • Reduce the use of plastics where other materials work just as well. Say swap a plastic sandwich box for one made of recycled paper or card. Same for drinks delivery food. All just n ed to do one small change.
  • While walking a beach or a river, pick up trash along the way, because every little bit counts.
  • Recycle plastics so they don't end up in the sewage system and lead into the coast.
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  • Eat less fish!
  • Stop using single use plastic bottles
  • Cut up the plastic rings that hold soda together. Also, use a reusable bag to carry groceries instead of plastic bags.
  • Pick up trash at beaches
  • Not leave trash at beaches
  • Pick up trash along the beaches
  • I cut up plastic six pack rings.
  • Reduce use of plastic to prevent it from ending until in the ocean.
  • Carefully choosing what seafood/fish to eat (e.g. avoiding shrimp, tuna, etc.)
  • Clean the beaches
  • Reduce plastic consumption by bringing my own bag to the market instead of accumulating plastic bags that end up in the ocean.
  • Do what I can manage to prevent further global warming.
  • Recycle, and don't litter
  • If everyone stopped using bottled water and used reusable water bottles, we could eliminate so much waste going into our oceans. It's an easy fix that just needs the buy in of everyone.
  • Reduce plastic trash would greatly help out the ocean as it is one of the few things that does not break down naturally in the world and it also harms sea life because they may confuse it for jellyfish.
  • Stop buying and using sunscreen with Oxybenzone, which bleaches coral reefs
  • Making sure I recycle correctly and don't put things down the drain that might end up polluting the sea.
  • The smallest act is one of the easiest too -- Reducing plastic waste and keeping it out of the oceans
  • Not litter.
  • Promote recycling with family and friends!
  • Pickup litter off the ground
  • No waterbottles
  • Snip bottle holders!
  • I am sure to recycle as much as I can to prevent waste from entering our oceans <3
  • Buy sustainably sourced seafood!
  • Use less plastic
  • Stop buying plastic bags and being mindful of where you dispose of trash.
  • Use reusable cloth grocery bags instead of plastic ones
  • I currently do not purchase plastic bottles. I have an aluminum bottle I use for all my liquid needs
  • Using a reusable metal straw instead of the disposable plastic ones.
  • Clean the beaches and make people aware of hoy important sea life is to us all!
  • Smallest act one could do I suppose if just be conscious of ones consumption as so much waste ends up on the ocean. I live in South Florida so people are a bit more mindful of it here but not as much as one would hope. If I were to win a set of the caps I would make a donation to Ocean Watch Foundation, they work on preservation and restoration of coral reefs in Southeast Florida (my home). I think that is appropriate given your high conviction on this.
  • Regardless good luck, the are beautiful caps.
  • Wear clothes made of natural fibres so they don't shed micro plastics and microfibres into the water when washed.
  • The smallest and easiest act you can do every day is to recycle your plastics!
  • Stop drinking from plastic water bottles and drink tap water.
  • I will only eat seafood that is fished responsibly.
  • Clean up the beach of litter during summer vacation.
  • Help to prevent littering in your local area and beaches :)
  • Keep cleaning benches as I do on holiday
  • Not supporting cruise ships. The cruise line industry is a major source of pollution in the ocean, as well as disturbs local wildlife movement patterns.
  • Help protect sea turtles nesting on the beach I live.
  • Take your own bag with you instead of buying a new one.
  • Always recycle plastic, so it doesn’t end up in the ocean :(
  • I have been reducing my plastic waste to try to keep pollutants from winding up in the ocean
  • Use less disposable plastic and more reusables like glass
  • Use reusable drink ware, instead of plastic bottles and cans.
  • Don't use bath products with microbeads, so no microplastic is getting washed into the environment
  • Reduce the amount of plastics I use and recycle whenever I can to help reduce plastic pollution in the oceans.
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  • We’ve been living an organic life - eating organic foods and buying organic products. And also consciously reducing our carbon footprint.
  • Recycle. This helps prevent trash from entering the ocean.
  • Cut up and dispose those plastic 6 pack can holders so animals don't get caught in them. Or just buy more cans that are packed in cardboard that can be recycled.
  • Recycle and encourage others to recycle too.
  • Drink water out of a canteen instead of a plastic bottle
  • i work at a fish market and we make sure to use vendors with ethical fishing practices. we also educate customers of the importance of protecting ocean life.
  • Support businesses that practice sustainable fishing and don't destroy precious coral reefs.
  • As a scuba diver, I've seen the damage bad practice can cause. We need to protect our sea habitats!
  • Teach our children to recycle to keep garbage out of our precious oceans!
  • Pick up trash on beaches
  • What I do to help protect the sea is rescue feral cats and fins homes for them. Feral cats are vectors for toxoplasmosis gondii which is a disease that affects sea otters. The sea otter is a keystones species in the kelp forest by reducing the sea urchin population which when too high eats all the kelp. The kelp is important because it provides shelter and food for a variety of species that live in its habitat. So by rescuing feral cats I am reducing the number of possible vectors for this disease.
  • Never buy products that are made with microbeads
  • I always cut my plastic 6-pack rings to prevent any animals from getting stuck in them. Additionally not using any products with microplastics.
  • Refrain from littering. Recycle plastic.
  • Flush twice.
  • say to someone whose hobbies include killing sea animals for fun "hey dont do that"
  • Dying so that I will take up less resources that directly harm ocean life.
  • Taking care to recycle plastic bottles and bags
  • The smallest act that I could do to protect sea life is making sure I don't flush anything down the drain that could potentially head to the ocean, such as plastics or chemicals. Thank you for the giveaway!
  • Using less plastic and foam products
  • Stop dumping plastic into the sea!
  • I always pick up litter when I see it. I have never littered in my entire life.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint!
  • Donate some money to the appropriate conservation groups
  • Bring awareness to others of the destruction that is being done.
  • Simply not polluting
  • pick up trash on the street
  • Don't throw away plastics!
  • Warn others and don't eat fish that are over-fished.
  • Throw plastic bottles in the trash bin, instead of just throwing them on the ground.
  • The smallest act I can do is to recycle. That means less garbage going to the sea!
  • I can reduce using of disposable plactics which end up trashing the ocean.
  • Throw away trash and reduce usage of plastics. Too much pollution in our oceans
  • Stay inside to play with your keyboard instead of going to the beach so you have no chance of accidentally littering the sea. :)
  • I try to not pollute on the beach and recycle my plastics, so they don't end up in the ocean
  • Recycle plastic so it doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • I no longer drive to work, cutting down CO2 emissions which cause global warming. This will help sea temperatures keep stable.
  • Do not litter on the street.
  • No litter so that the trash won't be on the street, won't be on the drain which flow to the river and finally ends up at the sea.
  • Volunteer to clean local beaches.
  • Only buy properly sourced fish food.
  • Recycle trash
  • Make recycling more accessible, people are lazy, use that to help the environment!
  • We can all stop littering and polluting to prevent sea from being killed by trash in the ocean.
  • Give a shit about the world as a whole and not just what your eyes can see.
  • It's pretty simple. Every time you go to the beach just pick up some trash laying around and clean up after yourself. It's that simple. This small change would make a huge difference.
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  • Avoid pollution and disposing of small plastics properly.
  • Protect more reefs!
  • I put all plastic in the plastic bin and re-use plastic bags as much as I can!
  • Cut up the 6 pack rings so sea life don’t go in the rings and choke
  • Use less plastic.
  • Be conscious about disposing of plastic.
  • Don't buy products that contain microplastics.
  • Stop washing myself lol.
  • No seriously, just use less plastics in my daily life..
  • Theses are definitely looking amazing.
  • Keep the beaches clean by picking up your trash instead of leaving it there.
  • The smallest act I could do is to stop using products that come with small plastic packaging or small plastic parts which easily find their way to the ocean.
  • Sltop using plastic bottles.
  • The smallest act would be to spread the word! Let others know that trash that is thrown on the streets will eventually make its way into the ocean and destroy sea life..
  • Attempt to recycle all plastics to stop them from getting to the ocean.
  • I take my trash with me after I go to a beach!
  • Whenever my family goes to the beach, we always pick up trash on the shore so it does not get into the ocean.
  • Don't throw away plastic bags or rings-recycle them so no animals are trapped!
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  • The smallest act that I could do besides donating money is to cut apart the six pack rings so that animals cannot get their heads stuck inside them.
  • I would never throw garbage at the sea
  • Simply having my household be mindful of the types of everyday products we may dump in our sinks or drains. Even being aware of the types of facewash and body washes we use. I always strive to use ecofriendly products as it helps us protect my world and is better for you. My friends and family thought I was being a “snob” for not using the old products until I finally asked them how would they feel if the home they were given by God was constantly poisoned and destroyed by someone else’s careless behavior? It’s all about being mindful and protecting a precious gift.
  • The smallest act one can do is stop buying products that include harmful things to sea life (such as drink rings), as well as boycott companies affiliated with dumping oil in the sea.
  • Use less soap for less water pollution
  • Cut up the plastic rings from packs of soda cans so that they can’t choke animals or constrain their bodies!
  • Car pooling to work/school to lower pollution
  • My family goes to the beach a lot and we always pick up trash when we go.
  • cut up six pack rings!
  • I currently recycle everything that my city will let me. It is important to keep trash out of the oceans.
  • My family takes a trip to San Diego every Summer. When we go, we all get trash bags and pick up all the trash we can find.
  • Recycle plastic and bottles at your local center. It really helps the oceans and just picking up trash locally can make a huge difference. Basically volunteer where you can.
  • Contribute to my local aquarium.
  • Recycle plastics
  • Clean up trash on my river! Most of the sea pollution comes from 10 rivers, and mine feeds into one of them eventually!
  • Drive less and use a bicycle or walk more often.
  • Recycle plastics
  • Rip apart my soda can plastic connector things if I can't recycle them
  • I Cutting the plastic 6 packs thing before putting it in the trash every time.
  • You can call or write emails to senators or congress asking them to create ocean clean up laws. You can also donate to good causes and inform others.
  • Recycle! The last time I went snorkeling, it was heartbreaking to see the destruction that plastics and glass caused on the environment.
  • The smallest act anyone could do is To not leave trash on any beach or water area. Just recycle it’s not like you have to go out of your way for it
  • The smallest thing you can do is to ensure all the plastics (bottles, tags etc) you use are recycled, the effects plastics have on aquatic wildlife is harrowing.
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  • Make sure to recycle plastic, instead of just throwing it out.
  • Use reusable bags instead of plastic ones.
  • Reduce my use of plastic, including bottles of water and grocery bags. Use reusable bottles for drinking and reusable grocery bags for shopping.
  • I go snorkeling and pick up trash in the ocean and I throw it out.
  • Conserve water, The less water you use, the less runoff and wastewater will pollute our oceans.
  • You can donate to good causes and keep others informed about the issue of ocean pollution.
  • I pick up trash on the sand and by shores that can harm sealife, like plastic six pack holders!
  • I used to teach children about ocean conservation at the aquarium in my city!
  • Make sure to use as little disposable plastic as possible, and make sure the disposable plastic you do use is sent to a proper recycling facility
  • Use refillable bottles :)
  • (landlocked country) but I will encourage a greater recycling of PET bottles from within my workplace.
  • Reduce the use of plastics
  • less pollution!
  • Recycle plastics
  • I'm yearly donating 125$ to the oceancare organisation.
  • Buy this keycap and send it as gift for my friend to raise awareness
  • View them as a piece of art, but there's no need to take them home
  • I use less things with microplastic in it.... Clothes, packaging etc.
  • Recycle more.
  • To make sure to pick up all the trash my friends and I create when visiting the beach.
  • Picking up other people’s trash at the beach
  • I have never punched a dolphin in the face.
  • Something I’ve been doing for years I guess, cleaning stuff left by others while visiting the beach!
  • I could stop drinking bottled and canned drinks, and only use reusable containers. And if I do have to use a disposable beverage container, make sure that it is recycled properly
  • I love to scuba dive and the smallest act I could do to protect sea life is recycling.
  • I never use plastic bags when I go shopping.
  • Stop drinking bottled water!
  • Pick up litter. Even the smallest amount will prevent that piece ending up in our water and ultimately our oceans.
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  • Not visit SeaWorld.
  • Help show others the beauty of the oceans, through advocacy and action.
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is use fewer plastic product labels that can find their way into the ocean and harm animals who call the ocean their home.
  • I collect trash when I go diving.
  • I've stopped using bottled water, and now carry a yeti with me every day
  • Do not shop or eat the endangered fishes and other aquatics like:
  • - Atlantic Cod
  • - Spiny Lobster
  • - Bluefin Tuna
  • And tell other people so that they know the sea life is in danger and quite real.
  • Recycle as many plastics as you can! :)
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  • Pick up small pieces of trash at my local beach pier!
  • Recycle, recycle, recycle!
  • Throw away less plastic
  • I will literally fight anyone who liters in the ocean. All jokes aside, trying to reduce the amount of plastic products I use.
  • Clear trash along the shoreline
  • RECYCLING!!
  • Turn off a light. Electricity is generated mostly by coal burning. These days, we are running out of high quality coal to mine, therefore we use lower and lower quality, releasing more greenhouse nitrates and sulfates which precipitate in acidic rain. This acidic rain in soil pushes out ions such as magnesium, calcium and aluminum into nearby water sources. These salts collect on fish gills, suffocating them.
  • Whenever I visit the nearby beaches in the summer, I make sure to bring a disposable bag with me in case i need to throw something away (anywhere I go too). Usually the maintenance at the beach do a pretty good job cleanup, but I try to pick up any trash littering the area.
  • Donate a penny to the Sea Life Trust (but of course, I'd actually donate more =) )
  • Well I live by the ocean so it's safety means a lot to me, whenever I can I always go to the ocean to clean garbage from it's shores, with the immense threat of global warming to our reefs I would love to do more for their safety in the future.
  • I've spent some time doing ocean cleanup at various beaches and ports
  • Don't dump liquids you don't want on the side of the road, as they will run off into the ocean, with some having harmful effects. Instead, take it to their depositiries where they can be safely disposed of.
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  • Reducing plastic waste, using reusable glass whenever possible. This 1. reduces garbage that can potentially wash out to sea after it leaves our house and 2. reduces our carbon foorptint slightly, which slightly slows down global warming...
  • Use fewer plastic products.
  • Use reusable bottles and bags, rather than disposable ones
  • You can cut the rings of plastic six-pack holders (from beer or soda) before you recycle them.
  • The plastic holders sometimes find themselves in coastal waters where sea turtles get trapped in them, or mistake them for a piece of food. Seagulls can also get trapped in them when the holders wash up on shores. Cutting the rings prevents anything from getting trapped.
  • If you find trash on the beach, bring it with you to a trash can!
  • I live by a shoreline and ecological preserve. I will spend a morning cleaning up plastics around the shore!
  • I guess reduce waste like plastic products would be a start. As a common consumers, we are able to choose what we buy, use and also how we dispose our trash. That is the least we could do to help protect the oceans, our seas.
  • recycle plastic waste, don't throw it away.
  • Keep ALL plastic out of garbage cans and ensure any plastic or plastic-like waste is taken directly to recycling centers to avoid it ending up in the ocean.
  • As a Florida resident on the gulf, the ocean is one of the most precious things for me and the corals are just beautiful when scuba diving :)
  • Buy sustainably farmed seafood!
  • I often walk along the beach by my house and carry the plastic home to recycle it. The oceans have been such a big part of my life, I want it to be as beautiful for my kids.
  • Clean the water by the coastline as part of the cleanup drive!
  • Keep oceans clean
  • cut the plastic connectors for 6 packs so sea life doesn't get stuck in it
  • Don't litter
  • Well the first thing that we must do as a human race is to prevent species of fish from being overfished. As of now the biggest environmentally impactful thing that is being done to the ocean is overfishing.
  • Keep trash in trash cans.
  • I have stopped buying water bottles altogether. Its cheaper and more environmentaly friendly to refill my coffee mug.
  • Recycling, reusing and repurposing waste
  • Cleaning the boat frequently
  • Recycle plastics
  • Not throwing garbage in the sea.
  • clean up after yourself at the beach
  • Pollute less
  • Cut up six pack containers or recycle them.
  • Use a reusable bottle for water instead of purchasing individual bottles of water. Reduces plastic waste that usually ends up in the ocean.
  • Turn down how much fish is in my diet.
  • When you buy a six pack of soda, cut the plastic loops that hold the pack together. If we all cut the rings, it will stop this: https://assets3.thrillist.com/v1/image/2617606/size/tmg-slideshow_l.jpg
  • I always try to remove any floating debris/pollution I see at the waters edge!
  • The smallest thing I could do would be to actually STOP doing certain things I'm doing right now. The body wash that I use has very small pieces of plastic in it for a "scrub". When this washes out to sea, fish can confuse it for food, which can affect their stomach.
  • Stopping using that body wash wouldn't affect me much at all, and it would affect fish. As such, I would say this is the smallest act I could do to protect sea life.
  • Cleaning out street gutters that lead to the ocean.
  • Conserving water is probably one of the easiest, most efficient ways to protect sea life. It’s also pretty much available to everyone
  • Remember to cut the plastic rings that hold soda cans together before throwing them away so that animals will not accidentally strangle on trash
  • Whenever I go to the beach, I always leave my space cleaner than I found it and throw away the trash left by others when I leave. This is just a small way to help keep the oceans clean and healthy!
  • I don't leave the garbage at the beach.
  • Give up sponge baths.
  • Never go to SeaWorld
  • Stop buying those soda cans with plastic rings on them
  • An underestimated damage we can do to sea life is by flushing into the drain things that we shouldn't. Non biodegradable waste, toxic products. It takes nothing to check on the label of something can go though the drain or not. I'm accustomed to waste littering the sea by me, and other than being disgusting, it also can be lethal to many animals.
  • Walk around the beach and pick up trash. It's relaxing, great way to explore, and helps the environment!
  • Picking up trash on the beach when visiting.
  • Living in a landlocked state I don’t have direct contact with the sea, so I have made a priority out of recycling plastics and glass to reduce waste and lower impact on ocean plastics
  • Think more, use more Brain!
  • Buying a fishing license and staying within the regulations. That money helps go towards the people and organizations that help to regulate the ocean's ecosystem.
  • Clean up the trash people leave behind.
  • Recycle plastics
  • Produce as little trash as possible, thus less trash to go into the ocean
  • Cut up plastic rings from 6-pack drink containers
  • make sure you recycle all plastics and do not use microbead items
  • Collect trash off beaches.
  • Recycle and prevent dipping hazardous liquids into the storm drains.
  • Recycle more so that less waste ends up in the ocean
  • Organize a official city beach clean up day.
  • never dump garbage into the sea
  • community service!
  • Stop using plastic and supporting boat shipping industry.
  • Always cut can packaging to ensure sea life dont get their heads trapped
  • Reduce consumption of foods that are packed in plastics that make their way into the ocean and end up killing aquatic life.
  • Clean up my local beach.
  • Talk about how you like sea life.
  • Throw away trash so it doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • recycle
  • Whenever my family and I go to the beach, we fill the buckets we bring with us with any trash we can find, it’s not a lot but it helps on an individual basis.
  • Reduce your footprint by composting and recycling as much of your waste as possible.
  • I can only produce less garbage
  • Always recycle
  • Putting all rubbish in the bins, so it doesn't get washed away.
  • What a beautiful idea.
  • I can use less non-biodegradable products and reduce the waste I produce.
  • But sustainably farmed fish.
  • I would stop using all products harmful to coral if I knew what was harmful to them. I would support environmental movements to support coral via petitions or democratic support if I knew it was available
  • Recycle all plastic
  • Vote, vote, vote!
  • Be mindful of what I'm throwing in the trash. You never know where it'll end up.
  • stop drinking bottled water
  • Use less plastic! Plastics in the ocean are so deadly to all types of sea life. Get some reusable bags, bottles, etc, and recycle as much as you can :)
  • Whenever I buy cans with the plastic rings, I always cut them up to prevent fish from getting stuck in them if they somehow end up in the ocean.
  • Always realized about nature and don't throwaway garbage to the sea and rivers :d
  • Avoid buying plastic bags and products with unnecessary plastic packaging.
  • Buy products that don't contribute to ocean plastic wastes.
  • Stop using products with micro beads
  • Walk more and drive less!
  • pick up litter at the beach, or even my local river that feeds into the Atlantic
  • Không xả rác xuống biển hoặc bờ biển đặc biệt là các loại nhựa!
  • Make sure garbage goes into the trash can and not the ocean. Plastics and other items don't belong in our oceans.
  • Educate yourself and help others learn how to conserve and protect !!
  • Clean the trash, keep their natural behavior
  • I'm from a tropical island in the indian ocean called Reunion Island and coral reef is vital for us. Reef cleanups and safety while diving are super important but as a smallest act no wasting water everyday wherever you are is what we all have to do. That's less waste of water going back to the ocean.
  • Riding my bike to work .
  • I will walk, bike, ride the bus, and esk8 as my main form of transportation to help reduce fossil fuel pollution which causes our oceans to warm up and causes mass-bleaching of corals and reefs.
  • Recycle! Or to just throw things out in general.
  • Currently a sophomore in hydrology at HCM University of Natural Resources and Environment. I've been taking part in analyzing Formosa polluted water, and that has left my fingers permanently burnt by phosphoric acid exposure. After the event, I figured trash does not play a major role in water pollution, chemical that is. As a Vietnamese student, the best I could do is collect the polluted water data and report them to the authorities. Looking at these keycaps, I wonder if it's the only coral we will ever see again.
  • You could raise awareness about an organisation working with the preservation of coral reefs or sea life in general.
  • Be more mindful about pollution runoff near bodies of water. All of that pollution from farms, parking lots/roads, and factories ends up in the ocean eventually.
  • Dont step on coral while in the water!
  • Be mindful of what you drain into the sewer because it all ends up in the ocean eventually.
  • Clean up liter around beaches
  • spread awareness
  • Spread the word to stop using products that feature plastic microbeads.
  • Use drones to scan areas of ocean to locate debris, garbage. This will help with removing trash from ocean.
  • The smallest act that one can do to protect sea life is to be mindful of our impact on it. Something as simple as separating trash and putting it the the appropriate receptacle is an easy to way to make sure our discard doesn't become their death.
  • Not throw garbage into the ocean
  • Recycle my plastic so it doesn't end up in the sea
  • Recycle plastic
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is to reduce litter near public beaches. This will prevent unnecessary garbage and damage from entering the waters.
  • not use body products w microbeads!
  • Cut the little plastic things that hold 6 and 12 packs together, as these can get caught around turtles and other sea animals, eventually killing them.
  • I can use reusable shopping bags to reduce the number of plastic bags going into the sea and harming sea life.
  • Stop literring and use reusable products
  • Recycle more, and prevent further waste being deposited in the ocean.
  • I currently grow coral to donate to different groups to put back in the ocean in hopes to create stronger, healthier reefs and help repopulate the oceans around the world.
  • Stop throwing trash and polluting the oceans
  • I always make sure to cut every loop on the plastics that come with anything I buy so that way it will never get stuck on sea-life
  • Buy a Tesla car
  • Reduce plastic pollution by picking up at my nearest beach, reducing plastic use in my home.
  • Recycling plastics
  • y;all are awesome
  • To not touch corals or animals you see.
  • I always cut up the plastic rings from aluminum cans. I just feel like it's such a simple thing.
  • Ban the use of micro plastics that are currently starting to choking everything in their environment. Glitter and micro beads could be the end of our civilisation.
  • Don't vote for political idiots that don't care about the environment
  • THROW YOUR IN THE BIN
  • Not using products that have microplastics.
  • Cut 6-pack plastics, pick up trash at the beach.
  • properly disposal of unbiodegradable materials.
  • As I live too far away from the ocean to do anything myself, I can donate to a sea life charity.
  • Use stores that package their products with biodegradable material.
  • never litter
  • Prevent other sailors from dumping or throwing trash into the ocean. (I am in the navy and unfortunately this happens often)
  • Clean up local beaches next to my home.
  • Idk about smallest act but when I was a kid there were these baby turtles who had just hatched, and when they hatch they’re supposed to follow the moonlight so they get into the sea, but they follow light so they went towards some house that was lit up.... something you can do is help the baby turtles find the way......... or recycle
  • Recycle plastic bottles.
  • Stop using plastic straws!
  • I pick up trash and fishing line every time i go fishing.
  • Recycle all your rubbish
  • Recycle, tie up plastic bags before recycling, cut up plastic rings before recycling, reduce carbon footprint (greenhouse gas -> higher ocean temp -> coral bleaching), eat less seafood
  • throw things away at the beach, in the trash cans
  • We need to keep showing people the importance of the oceans and sea life, keeping showing them the consequences of their acts. So they stop polluting the oceans and throwing all the trash in the water
  • Donations!!! :D
  • Reduce my use of plastic bottles/products that may end up in the ocean as waste
  • If I was aware of ways I could help by supporting government acts and stop using harmful products I would
  • By using a reusable shopping bag
  • Stop buying shampoo with micro pearls! :)
  • Eliminating micro-bead products and cleansers and cutting apart six-pack holders. Never littering or dumping into sewer systems which drain to rivers which drain to oceans.
  • Not dispose of trash
  • By making safe and sustainable seafood choices
  • We have two 75 gallon aquariums and just absolutely love sea life.
  • We need to make a better use of water, we don't have to waste so much
  • Donate to my local marine sanctuary!
  • Dont throw plastic in the sea, sewer or anywhere where there is running water
  • Don't get in the ocean with sunscreen on. The sunscreen that washes off our bodies is bleaching the reef.
  • Eat more chicken, less tuna.
  • I'll make a donation to sea life protection fund
  • Recycle.
  • Recycle all my plastic so it doesn’t end up in the ocean.
  • Proper waste/garbage disposal that affects our environment specially the seas.
  • Stop littering
  • Stop throwing garbage to the sea
  • Use less plastic and recycle!
  • Picking up garbage along shores and spreading the word to get others to do the same.
  • Cutting plastic containers into small pieces to avoid fish getting stuck, using compostable bags and avoiding micro-plastics whenever possible. <3
  • I usually pick up the garbage on the beach some times walking around here in San Diego. I don't walk with a bag, just stuff as I go.
  • We have made sure that any bath products we use are made of biodegradable components.
  • Use reusable shopping bags rather than plastic!
  • Separate plastics out of the trash.
  • Cutting up plastic six-pack rings
  • throw garbage in the trash, not in the water is a best way
  • Abolishing capitalism & eating the rich. Nothing good ever came of the greed of men. :(
  • Stop purchasing clothing made with synthetic fibres- the production of these garments washes tons of microplastic fibres into the sea every year, and affects oceanic ecosystems all over.
  • Create awareness by sharing information
  • Never litter on the beach or into the water!!!
  • Not going to the beach
  • Donate to your local aquarium
  • Remember that everyday choices can have a big impact on things we might not realize, especially the ocean.
  • Donating to a conservation for marine life charity like Oceana is a great little way to help protect our ocean!
  • Invest money in companies that are willing to provide a service that would clean up all the plastic and garbage in the oceans
  • My wife and I already do our best to lessen our impact on the ocean and ocean life. A few examples of choices we’ve made is (1) we no longer buy any product with plastic rings, like six-pack sodas, (2) we have eliminated seafood from our diets because of overfishing and the farmed-fish industry, and (3) we try to pick up litter regularly, especially plastic bags and straws. Every little bit helps, even small donations to ocean research groups!
  • The smallest act that you could do though would probably be just picking up litter. Anytime you’re on a walk or see something that should be recycled or in a trash can, just pick it up!
  • Stop using all products that have micro beads. The micro beads are plastic and they get washed into our rivers streams and oceans. We can all be proactive and not buy the products that contain them.
  • As a Biologist I know that the biggest treat to sea ecosystems is pollution, specially plastic pollution.
  • As such the smallest act we can do to protect sea life is to make sure that every single piece of plastic we use is recycled.
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  • dont litter!!
  • Recycle plastics.
  • don't litter! litter have big impact on sea life. lots of drains lead to ocean so if plastic bag rubbish go to drain then many rubbish will damage the sea!!!
  • Not going to the beach, not throwing gabbage into the beach, stop everyone from throwing gabbage into the beach or kill myself so i won't or my future family won't throw gabbage into the beach. Literally don't throw anything into the beach.
  • Dispose of rubbish properly! Don't leave it on the ground only to be washed away into supplies and drain into the ocean! And hopefully your proper disposal won't eventually make it to the ocean anyway.
  • I want to thank you because in the effort to google a nice catch phrase to win the giveaway, I ended up realizing how even the small amount of plastic I use has a terrible impact to the environment.
  • Cut open the plastic ring can holders befire throwing them out.
  • I can stop others from throwing their trash in the beach and ocean, or join cleaning brigades.
  • Clean up after yourself when you’re at the lake/beach.
  • To protect jellyfish specifically, properly dispose of all plastic bags.
  • I've reduced my usage of plastic bags by using reusable bags at the grocery store.
  • I live in Southern California, so the beach is pretty important to me. I like surfing and when I go to the beach, I look around and try to pick up as much trash as I can, cause no one wants that going in the ocean. Professionally, I'm an aquatic life support systems drafter, working with Satchell Engineering. I design systems for keeping marine animals and marine plant life alive and healthy in zoos and aquariums all over the world. I love the ocean and I try my best to support it in whatever way I can.
  • Put trash where it belongs
  • Use less plastic and properly dispose of what plastic I do use.
  • Eat seafood sourced from farms and not wild caught.
  • I could/don't eat seafood and don't support industrial fishing practices.
  • Eat less sea salt.
  • Try to use as little plastic as possible in everyday life
  • First, I am going to try and use less plastic products - which get stuck on turtles and makes me very sad. I am going to work to conserve water as well! Its honestly very important. Thanks
  • The smallest act to protect sea life is to recycle more! Less refuse creates less messes near the coasts
  • Recycle more, create less waste overall
  • Recycling bottles, make sure less plastic makes it to the ocean!
  • A yellow submarine.
  • Recyle EVERYTHING (except for these beautiful keycaps :)
  • Don't litter on beaches, in marinas, or on boats.
  • Cut up the plastic holders that come with cans/bottles of soda. Fish and other marine life can get trapped in them and die. I always cut them up before I recycle them.
  • Stop throwing trash into the ocean.
  • Recycle!
  • Show people how beautiful the coral reefs are!
  • not littering
  • To put it simply, I could cut back on my energy consumption. I know I use an excessive amount of power in my day-to-day life.
  • It is very important to manage the amount of water you use, and other resources that require water in their production.
  • The smallest act I would do to protect sea lofe would be to donate money to a protective cause.
  • Not throw stuff in the ocean, you animals.
  • Use less disposable plastics, like water bottles, and instead use resuable bottles that won’t end up floating in the oceans, killing the poor fish that think it’s edible.
  • I use www.fishwatch.gov to make sure I am consuming sustainable seafood. This helps me as a consumer and the environment.
  • Recyling is a good option to help protect sea life with little effort in your day to day life. :)
  • Picking up recyclables and recycling them!
  • Cut the rings of the plastic on soda 6-packs, so that they don't strangle fish.
  • Be conscious of the fish you eat and know where it was caught. Raise awareness!
  • Simply being able to talk about it. We all talk everyday, and if we could spread it to 1 new person ever day it would be tremendous.
  • I think the smallest act to support sea life would be to recycle.
  • Recycle!
  • Use reusable water bottles
  • Buying glass bottles instead of plastics
  • Recycle
  • Stop using plastic bags and pick up trash whenever you are at the beach!
  • Use reusable bags when shopping instead of plastic bags
  • I limit the amount of plastic I use in my daily life. I opt for paper or glass when it’s an option, and I don’t use disposable straws very frequently.
  • Not use harsh chemicals when cleaning dishes or laundry.
  • Typically, if I see loose garbage (especially plastic) by the ocean, I try to pick it up and throw it out after learning how sea turtles can be strangled by it.
  • Be mindful of how we dispose of trash and other materials. Polluting the oceans creates unnecessary, unfair problems for the life that lives there. Don’t put things in the ocean that aren’t naturally supposed to be there.
  • Scuba dive against debris: collecting trash from the sea when performing a scuba diving.
  • When I go to the supermarket, I try to buy fish that is not overexploited.
  • Eat less seafood
  • Being more conscious about the waste I'm producing and try and reduce it since a lot of the waste we produce end up in the seas
  • Since i’m not throwing trash into the sea, telling other to do the same.
  • Clean my local beach.
  • Drive the bike more often instead of using the car for everything. Less carbon dioxide emissions leads to slower global warming leads to lower temeperature rising in the oceans leads to less coral diing :-/
  • A really simple act that you could do to protect sea life is to stop using disposable plastic products. Grocery shopping? Go bag-less or bring a reusable bag. Hiking? Take a refillable metal or ceramic bottle.
  • Not breaking Coral Reefs keeps them intact, and whole
  • Cutting each ring that are on the plastic carriers for 6-packs of sodas.
  • I always make sure the plastic holders from canned drinks are cut up, so it won't get caught on sea life. I also remind everyone that unless we recycle and dispose our trash wisely, it will end up in the ocean.
  • i drive a hybrid and i recycle as much as possible at home
  • Pick up 1 piece every time you visit a beach!
  • I think that by ensuring that any litter I see is picked up would help with making sure it doesn’t get to the ocean.
  • Not use plastic bags so that there's no chance it becomes part of the trash island in the pacific.
  • I'm a part of the Surfrider foundation and pick up trash on our beaches. Absolutely stunning keycaps!
  • We do not use any "micro plastic" products in our household.
  • Not buy plastic water bottles.
  • Use reusable water bottles.
  • Don’t use plastic shopping bags.
  • Clean the beaches regularly, and ensure that clean habits are maintained during the whole year! :D
  • I would spread the word to others about our dying coral reefs to help raise awareness!
  • Cut up your six pack rings, recycle your bottles and cans
  • Picking up ocean garbage, or donating your time to conservationist organizations :)!
  • Reducing energy use at home.
  • Cut down on the amount of plastic packaging we buy and use, which is what can pollute the seas and trap sea life.
  • Do not throw trash into ocean
  • Picking up litter at the beach! Every bit helps!
  • stop drinking soft drinks, no more plastic bottles and fat.
  • littering the prescribed places.
  • Stop using disposable plastic products in favor of reusable ones
  • It could be as simple as making sure you recycle.
  • I will pledge to not only ensure that I will not litter, but to not bypass any litter I see so that there is no chance of it making it’s way through our waterways and to our oceans.
  • Not throw trash in the ocean.
  • I have done my part cleaning beaches at my country and eat less shark fin.
  • Reduce plastic use and waste in order to reduce the amount of plastics polluting our ocean
  • This summer I'll use my sailboat rather than my yacht ^^
  • I live on the coast, and have helped out with beach clean ups for plastic litter waste. I try to reduce plastic usage and reuse things like plastic bottles.
  • Cut the rings that hold beer cans together! It takes 5 seconds and helps out more than you'd think!
  • Make sure to throw trash in the trash can.
  • Buy fish from ethically sound producers
  • Having lived near the coast for most of my life, the smallest thing I could do is inform others! Nothing creates productivity and pro-activity than spreading awareness!
  • I can stop buying prepackaged food!
  • recycle
  • Avoid products that use microplastics!
  • http://www.beatthemicrobead.org/product-lists/
  • The smallest act I do with regard to sea life is to stop using plastic straws. It is very easy for those to get stuck in fishes and other larger sea creatures.
  • Prevent others from throwing trash into the sea.
  • Don't litter
  • Use less plastic bags because they dump them into the ocean which chokes turtles and they never decompose.
  • Recycle more.
  • Reduce carbon footprint on a daily basis in order to prevent ocean acidification
  • Since I'm not close to anything like this I would help spread awareness any way I could and cut down on use of plastics, and better learn how the actions of myself and others would affect the ocean life.
  • Limit boat rides. The noise disrupts communication amongst sea life.
  • Use less plastics, and make sure when I do use plastic it is properly disposed of.
  • Cut your 6 pack plastic rings
  • Pick up plastic and other waste from beaches. Cleaning up rivers and lakes can also be helpful to prevent waste eventually making its way into the oceans.
  • Cut down on plastic usage (bottled water)
  • Stop dumping waste to the sea
  • We dont use straws and are careful on the use of plastic bags. I grew up in florida wanting to be a marine biologist and spent most of my youth doing programs to protect reefs and sea turtles, as well as assisting in building manmade reefs.
  • Ez, convincing seasore resident to stop the act of littering into the ocean, which they feel that it is much more comfortable than using a trash can
  • Remove rubbish from the coast line regularly
  • Clean up after yourself, but don't stop there. If you see trash on the ground and it doesn't belong to you, clean it up anyways. Be then bigger person. Pick it up and throw it in the appropriate trash bin, especially if it's plastic. Everyone who litters does it out of convenience and laziness, and to console themselves, they tell themselves, "I'm no where near the ocean, it won't affect it." But if that were true, how did so much plastic end up in the ocean?
  • To many people the ocean seems like a far away place that they have no impact over. Truth is we can make a large impact by simply changing some of our daily habits. We produce thousands of pounds of trash per year and a lot of this trash ends up in the ocean. By choosing to reuse plastic bags, cups, or glass jars at least once before tossing them, you can help keep the oceans beautiful.
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  • The smallest would be to stop using glitter or deodorant with beads. Microplastics are ruining our oceans and fish are filled with it.
  • rip apart the plastic can holders so turtles and fish dont choke on them and recycle as much as you can
  • Recycle and use few plastic products and choose sustainability sourced sea food.
  • Use less plastic, so much of which is polluting the oceans and threatening the animals and birds who accidentally ingest it.
  • Minimize my plastic consumption. Just listened to a podcast talking about exactly this. Plastic is the most prominent pollutants in the ocean.
  • Stop feeding sea animal by throwing food into the sea
  • Eat responsibly sourced fish
  • Conserve water
  • Do a presentation for school on the Importance of the coral reef and how to protect it.
  • I worked for a environment organization and held some project to clean beach in Hai Phong.
  • Join beach cleanups to prevent trash from being washed into the ocean
  • To protect sea life I would reduce pollution by picking up trash and telling people to pick up any trash they see regardless if it's their trash or not.
  • I recycle my plastics so they won't end up in the ocean.
  • The smallest act to protect sealife would be not to wear sunscreen if you plan of getting in the water at the beach.
  • Simply by recycling my plastic water bottles or even better, buy a filter for my faucet and reduce my plastic waste by a lot.
  • Eat farmed salmon instead of wild caught.
  • I leave with more trash than I came with when I'm at the beach.
  • I'll try to do my part in informing others about climate change and ocean acidification.
  • Eliminate my dependance on plastic packaging
  • To protect sea life, one could (and I have) make an effort to use less plastic in daily life and thereby reduce the changes to the ocean's chemical composition.
  • Buy soap responsibly in order to not wash plastic micro beads down the drain and into the ocean.
  • I do not live near the sea so many of my actions would have no effect. The smallest thing I could do would be to remind my friends who do live near the sea to be mindful. I can also donate to organizations that want to help the cause.
  • I think everyone should limit water use and cut up the little plastic things that beer comes in!
  • Not polluting
  • Reduce the amount of plastic that I use daily
  • I can help the local ymca with beach cleanups
  • Vote responsibly: for representatives (and presidents!) that acknowledge global warming and are willing to do something about it.
  • Recycle!
  • Refrain from using plastic products as much as possible
  • Clean up beaches/oceans of plastic
  • Stop buying soda that comes in those plastic ring packages, they often end up in the ocean and kill sea life!
  • Make sure all goods are properly recycled.
  • Spread awareness. People don't realize that sea covers more than 70% of earth surfaces and is rich in life and resources.For us land-dwellers, sea life is not something we see everyday or feel that can impact us in our day-to-day life. It does, and people need to know.
  • Recycle so that my garbage doesn't end up killing fishies :(
  • Pick up litter so runoff does not pollute nearby streams
  • In the Mediterranean Sea Turkish coast sometimes people unknowingly may injure baby blue fish which has decreased in quantity over the years because of pollution and such reasons. I believe by cleaning the Turkish coast e can make a large difference.
  • Use plastics responsibility
  • Dumping all trash I create in an appropriate container.
  • Clean up as much plastic that i can on the local beaches.
  • I went to The Florida Keys & The Bahamas for my college study abroad trip where I spent my days snorkeling the amazing coral reefs and learning how to protect the ancient environment. My professors believed that my generation could save their awesomeness. I've snorkeled in parts of the reefs that were bleached and barren. I learned how to create artificial reefs and study how the species responded to our interventions. I think the smallest act would be to experience the awesomeness of the reefs for yourself, because anyone who witnesses the beauty and the creeping despair would care enough to protect sea life.
  • check labels of food you buy, and make sure its not endangered or threatened to be
  • Drive my car less
  • Don't dump my trash into the ocean
  • I am a diver so on the regular i dispose of old fishing nets lying at the bottom of the ocean. They don't decompose and they become a deathtrap for fish and other marine animals trying to feed on the fish already cought in the net.
  • Recycle more plastic waste so that it doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • Always choose for products that use reusable plastic.
  • Stop using glitter
  • Don’t litter! Here in San Diego, any trash that doesn’t get properly disposed of will likely end up in the ocean :(
  • As a conservationist, I have done above and beyond what most people already have. I've cleaned many rivers and lakes prior, on my way to help see nature be preserved!
  • Spread awareness
  • Clean up the beacjes
  • As someone who loves the ocean and goes to the beach frequently, I have always found that just picking up trash at the beach when you see it can help so much. If everyone pick up a few things of trash at the beach the ocean wiuld see such a huge effect from it. And just picking up after yourself as well, whether youre on the beach, out in the ocean fishing, or anything. Just be clean!
  • I eat no fish
  • Everyday ways how we can help save sea life is not use plastic that meaning do not buy plastic water bottles, not use plastic bags from grocery stores.
  • Recycle all plastics
  • Making sure to recycle plastic so ocean life won’t get stuck in bottles or swallow plastic particles.
  • Use Seafood Watch (http://www.seafoodwatch.org/) to make smart seafood choices!
  • I stopped using straws, don't got to dolphin jails, and never litter <3
  • I start with the smallest acts. Recycle. Trim plastic rings. Ensure any waste goes to a proper facility to handle it. I also visit a beach three hours away and regularly pick up trash left on the beach. Just because we don't live in the sea doesn't mean we shouldn't protect it.
  • I like to cut up the plastic soft drink rings so sea life doesn't get caught in it. I know that they are supposed to be photodegradable but they could still cause damage before becoming fully degraded.
  • Turn off the faucet while brushing my teeth!
  • Purchase products from Parley for the oceans, they recycle plastic from the oceans into products!
  • Since I live so far from the ocean, there is very little I can directly do. But indirectly, my fiance and I are very conscientious of the types of chemicals we use for cleaning, as well as seeing to proper disposal of nasty chemicals that are sometimes unavoidable. This, we hope, prevents our indirect contribution to these kinds of toxins entering the ocean. We are but two people in a very small household, so this is but a mere minuscule contribution. But where we are, I think it's the best we can do, and since it permeates our lifestyle, we hope that in the long run the contribution will be ever greater, if even still minor.
  • The smallest act anyone could do to protect sea life would be to simply spread the word about how you can start helping: reduce pollution, stop putting toxins into the water runoff, clean up after yourselves, etc.
  • Fly less, use less plastic.
  • Don't purchase seafood from destructive sources
  • Driving electric car
  • Be better about recycling! :)
  • Only eat fish from local fish ponds to protect the world wide fish population from going extinct.
  • Ride my bicycle instead of taking short and completely unnecessary drives. Thus reducing emissions and souring the oceans.
  • Not litter plastic, but instead recycle it.
  • Use reusable water bottles
  • bring reusable bags to the grocery store
  • Don't throw trash
  • I try my best to limit the purchase of food in plastic containers, it's always better to buy cardboard or paper to recycle! Keep the plastic out of the ocean!
  • stop using plastic bags at the grocery store
  • Stop buying products with micro plastic beads in it like toothpaste and face wash.
  • I refuse to use hygeine products with microbeads in it.
  • I don't leave my trashes on the beach.
  • Eat sustainable seafood to avoid depleting the ocean and disrupting marine ecology.
  • Recycle as much as possible to prevent trash pollution in the ocean.
  • As small the act like bike commuting, if it's adopted more and more by society can make a big impact in nature protection,
  • Use natural products to clean my sinks and bathtubs
  • Prevention and cleaning of garbage in the seas. It might feel impossible since the seas are insanely big. But every piece of garbage might just be the one that would end up around or in a sea animal.
  • Stop using plastic bags to prevent them from getting into the ocean.
  • Throw garbage away into the garbage instead of littering
  • These are amazing, loving the colours on these!
  • Donate to organizations that help preserve the ocean environments. I may not be able to make a huge difference, but giving what I can to help the people who will is always great!
  • Nothing sucks more than seeing a beach covered in trash so to do my part I make sure to pack my trash out and clean up after those who don't!
  • Simple things like reduce energy consumption and use fewer plastic products (especially 6 packs of soda with those plastic rings, etc).
  • Not use products that contains microbeads.
  • The smallest act to protect sea life would be picking up litter on the beach
  • Drinking water from a reusable container instead of bottled water.
  • Recycle Plastic
  • I can make sure to recycle effectively, to keep garbage that can hurt sea life out of the ocean, lakes, and rivers, especially plastic goods.
  • No pee while under the sea i guess :D
  • I like to pull trash off of beaches when I can :)
  • Use less plastic bags at the grocery store.
  • Don't use microbeads in soaps!
  • Whenever I see trash littered at beaches, I collect them and leave them near me and, when I begin to head home, I'll dump them in the nearest trash or recycling bin.
  • Stop using plastic bags and buying bottled drinks?
  • Never litter to ensure that no plastic gets into the ocean.
  • I already do an act. Wherever i am, i i always put any waste in the trash can. If there is no trashcan near, i put it in my bag and later it goes to trash can.
  • I can stop eating tuna especially on pizza.
  • There are many other tasty ingredients that I can choose and leaving tuna out would help a lot.
  • Thanks for the giveaway!
  • Using only biodegradable soap for washing the car, as the used water drains into the sea.
  • We toss all plastic wrappers in a bin so there is no chance the wind blows it into a river or the sea
  • I can pick up trash on the beach the next time I go.
  • I could make sure that all plastic I throw away is recycled and cut up as much as possible.
  • Cut up those plastic can rings before you toss them.
  • Do not buy products with micro plastics and only use biodegradable glitter!
  • Keep the ocean clean.
  • Use the degree I'm getting to help find methods of removing pollutants from the ocean in a safe and cost-effective way.
  • Recycling, even at work we have a recycle bin that we ask customers to throw their recyclable items in, and at the end of the day, the staff will go through our garbage to make sure all recyclable items are placed in the recycle bin.
  • Use fewer plastic products and/or recycle plastics properly.
  • When going on vacation in warmer climate (which is popular in my part of the world) avoid messing around the corral reefs while snorkeling/diving.
  • Whenever I go out to the beach or even for a hike through the woods, We tend to bring with us a bag used specifically to pick up litter left behind by others. We understand that even when we are away from the ocean, streams and rivers all end up in the ocean. We understand that we can make a difference even from miles away from the ocean.
  • Make sure soda can connector circles are cut so that sea life do not get entangled in them if they somehow make it into the ocean!
  • By using a reusable water bottle I am making sure that I don’t contribute to the plastic waste fillingour oceans.
  • You can tell your friends and family to raise awareness!
  • Stop buying/drinking from plastic bottles.
  • Making a conscience decision to avoid or reuse plastic
  • Recycle
  • I feel that the smallest thing that you can do to protect sea life would be to make an attempt to stop using so much plastic products. One example would be to use a refillable water bottle instead of buying bottle water.
  • Reduce waste!
  • I go diving every year and collect trash and I do not buy any plastic bottles and make sur trash ends up in the right place, would love this have this keycaps probably one of my favourites:)
  • I bough a reusable water bottle to cut back on the amount of plastic waste that I produce.
  • Cut your plastic wrap on your cans so it won't get caught around a creature's neck!
  • Cut the plastic rings that hold cans to save the turtles
  • Everyday after work when I go for an evening walk along the beach I make sure to pick up at least 10 pieces of rubbish before heading home.
  • Use Dawn dish soap.
  • Continue to make others aware of what we can do to protect sea life. The more people that know, the better. Recycle whenever possible to stop plastic reaching the ocean is probably the easiest and smallest thing I can do myself :-). Thanks for the give away!
  • Eliminate the use of plastic materials
  • Snip it for snappers... it's what I call when i cut up the 6 pack holders at work. The image of sea animals caught in them is horrible.
  • Recycling
  • Recycle, bring your own shopping bag
  • Avoid using carrier bags and plastic straws!
  • Get a reusable cup/bottle for water to cut down on plastic consumption.
  • Encouraging recycling of plastics. The oceans are choked with them, and it's the least we can do as consumers to recycle them.
  • Stop using polluting showering products.
  • Recycle and reuse your plastics.
  • The smallest act I could do to protect sea life could be to walk beaches in the morning to pick up trash after high tide, or I could use goggles and a snorkel to pick up trash on vacations. This would be a small act because I like swimming so it'll be fun and helpful to the environment.
  • Use less and less plastic bags
  • I never ask for new plastic bags and always reuse my own :)
  • Recycle everything you can - especially plastics! :)
  • Stop using microfibers and microbeads
  • We should all be putting less food waste down the drain, as a large portion can get ejected into the ocean and disturb sea life.
  • spread the word about protecting coral reefs
  • When I used to go to the beach as a kid, my dad and I would always walk down the beach for 15 or so mins and catch up and talk and pick up trash. So much ends up in the ocean. Smaller than that though, would have to be stop using plastic water bottles and recycle more. Thank you :)
  • My favorite thing the ocean produces is tide pools, small holes in rocks along the coast that are created when the tide goes out, leaving water and life trapped in the recess. Because of this they become their own isolated ecosystem until the tide comes back in and connects their world back to the ocean at large.
  • I would remove trash and debris from these ecosystems so that they don't become permanently trapped in theses tide pools. They have short enough lifespan as is, I wouldn't want them to be any more dangerous or complicated than necessary.
  • Recycling plastics!
  • Cutting and recycling plastic soda rings
  • Avoid microbead products
  • I regularly participate in beach cleanups, removing the accumulated waste that washes ashore in California.
  • I can try to keep waste out of the sea!
  • Recycle plastics!
  • Donate money to a sea life organization
  • Though I am already doing this, conserving water. The way I see it, the more water I save by not letting the faucet run while I’m brushing my teeth or taking shorter showers - less waste water find its way back into the ocean.
  • Donate to your local aquarium!
  • So many small things can be done to protect marine life. Such as beach clean ups or even the refusal of eating wild caught shrimp. The shrimping industry uses one of the most detrimental fishing methods that has a lot of bycatch and creates dead zones on the ocean floor. Spreading awareness is also a small but helpful act. Being informed can go a long way in thinking critically.
  • Beach clean up, cut plastic waste into pieces, recycle as much as possible.
  • Recycle bottles and beach clean ups :-)
  • Buy less plastic.
  • Eat ethical sourced seafood.
  • Raise awareness.
  • Recycle so plastic doesn't make it to the ocean
  • stop polluting the earth and recycle !
  • Not vote for the Replublicans
  • I started using reusable water bottles. They’re nicer and pollute less.
  • Do not litter!
  • Cut any 6 pack plastic rings to prevent birds and ocean life from getting stuck!
  • Cut up those plastic soda rings
  • The smallest act you could do to protect sea life is cutting apart the plastic rings that hold together packs of soda cans and bottles.
  • Use a reusable cloth shopping bag instead of plastic bags, prevent plastic getting to the ocean
  • Picking up trash when you visit a beach.
  • Recyle
  • Recycle more plastics
  • Paper over plastic. Every time
  • Absolutely beautiful. Your caps are the best in the biz! Big fan.
  • Keep using reusable bags and recycling plastics. If everyone used reusable bags and actually recycled water bottles, our oceans would be a lot cleaner.
  • Recycle to help reduce chance of rubbish ending up in the ocean
  • Cycle to work rather than drive. This reduces CO2, which helps slow ocean acidification at a global scale.
  • Don't use plastic bags!
  • Recycle of course! The amount of plastic waste that ends up in the ocean is unbelievably high :(
  • Picking up trash on the shore.
  • Managing our waste, especially near our shores, if everyone could adopt a clean attitude towards making sure our oceans stay clean it would make a big difference.
  • Never litter. Just pick up after yourself and tell others to do the same.
  • I would be sure to always recycle plastic.
  • Recycle!
  • Pick up trash from the beach!
  • Pick up any trash you find on the ground and dispose of it properly. Not hard, but stuff on the ground gets washed into waterways through runoff, and every last bit that doesn't hit the water is a step in the right direction.
  • Stop buying packs of cans with the plastic mesh rings
  • The ENTIRE extinction of the human race !!! Oh wait, -smallest- act...
  • I live by the ocean and love riding waves every morning. The one thing I do to protect the ocean and make it a better place is to pick up other peoples my own and other peoples trash in order to leave the ocean and beach better than we found it.
  • We could all attend a beach clean up event on a regular basis.
  • Never throw trash to water
  • Pick up trash to prevent littering the ocean!
  • Reusable metal water bottles save lives! Heck off with those plastic water bottles.
  • Cut holes in plastic bags before throwing them out so no marine life can get caught in it if it finds its way to the ocean
  • The smallest act you could do to protect sea life is to stop polluting the environment, especially with plastics.
  • Cutting 6-pack rings with scissors before throwing them out.
  • Stop littering and clean the beaches when you see trash
  • I will recycle to protect sea life.
  • Voting for The Australian Greens.
  • I hope i win for this amazing artisan.....i want to swim to get the corals ...lol
  • Don't throw bitters to sea. Just take our bitters to our hone.
  • I love far from the sea up in the mountains so the best I can do is to set a positive example by recycling.
  • Clean up that absolutely massive garbage cluster.
  • Dispose of cooking oil correctly
  • These would look great next to my 720L reef tank in my office!
  • Pick up litter at the seaside.
  • recycling plastic
  • Stop using single use plastic containers
  • Give it tree fiddy
  • Very simply: recycle.
  • Stop using plastic bags in my groceries. Recycle all plastics.
  • The rising of sea temperatures has caused devastation for coral and marine life, so one thing I (and everyone else) can do is to reduce our carbon footprint. This can be done by walking/cycling more to places, taking public transportation, using less A/C, and eating less meat.
  • Keep plastic out of waterways
  • I could cut the plastic rings that hold and support the six packs of pop bottles.
  • Stop using plastic shopping bags
  • Pick up garbage on the beach!
  • I purchase bracelets from 4Ocean to clean up plastic!
  • I try to always use a reusable water bottle, rather than plastic ones whenever possible. Plastics can end up as ocean debris that not only destroys habitats, but also can harm marine animals.
  • I try not to buy products in plastic containers and if I do, I always recycle them. I also teach my kids to recycle.
  • If you haven’t, watch “A Plastic Ocean” on Netflix. It’s so crazy the amount of plastic and trash that ends up in the ocean and inside animals.
  • I've always been really interested in aquariums, and I've been thinking of starting one. Spreading proper information about their upkeep is pretty important, especially since so many people are mis-informed about the needs of fish.
  • recycling all plastics and petitioning shore-laden cities/companies to not dump waste to the sea.
  • Protecting the coral reefs is just a matter of getting people to care. Setting up more well-defined (possibly government sponsored) reserve areas and setting up boat tours to look at them will drive people to protect their natural beauty. Out of sight, out of mind is the killer of coral reefs, and we need to put them back in the spotlight.
  • Thank you for the giveaway!
  • Don't litter and help collect garbage by the ocean
  • Eat fish that are harvested in a sustainable way.
  • Recycle so waste doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • If it's local, it's not shipped across the seas. Tanager Farms CSA was our veggie choice.
  • Stop using products with microplastics.
  • Make sure to recycle plastics and styrofoam properly.
  • Don't drink bottled water. Carry a water bottle around.
  • Boycott SeaWorld. #FreeShamu
  • Use public transportation to reduce my carbon emissions! Also, stop using products that contain microplastics.
  • Pick up trash that I find on the beach
  • I would make sure to dispose of waste properly. Such as various oils that can have immediately terrible impacts on both sea life and coral reefs.
  • Pick up trash whenever you go to the beach.
  • I live in Hawaii. Some things that I would like to see changed is littering. Littering anywhere on the island will find its way into the ocean and that harms sea life(turtles may eat plastic bags thinking it is jellyfish or get their head caught in the plastic six pack rings). By being mindful about the environment, we can save sea life from human negligence.
  • Make sure trash gets into the trash can
  • Stop using disposable water bottles and use a metal water bottle.
  • Educate others about the marine life
  • Don't litter!
  • I can reduce the use of all the liquid for cleaning home that ends in the sea.
  • Avoid littering, especially plastic!
  • Recycle and reuse plastic materials
  • Reduce my purchasing of products with disposable plastic packaging
  • Start using fewer plastic products! This will keep sea life from getting caught or hurt by plastics. Be aware of how trash or items are recycled.
  • My dream is to build the worlds largest private organization whose sole focus and long term goal is to completely eradicate all litter from the earth. This includes forests cities and all water sources. It’s a noble and lofty goal and I plan on focusing on the oceans first in order to save sealife.
  • I live by the beach, so whenever I go I try to leave it cleaner than when I arrived. If I pick up others' trash, I'm helping protect all the animals in the local ecosystem from harmful chemicals and plastics.
  • Be responsible with trash and don't throw it in the ocean!
  • Not wasting water
  • spread the word about protecting our oceans
  • Educating people you meet and spreading the effects of and on the coral reef is a small way to contribute to their conservation. Informing people that reducing water pollution, supporting coral relief organizations, using proper fertilizers that do not contain harmful substances that enter the waterway, preventing the dumping of waste into the water, and guiding proper tourism that doesn’t damage the reef (do not touch the reef with hands due to oil from hands being harmful) can all be ways to begin helping the coral reef and preventing its destruction. Another major factor is global warming which is contributing to the bleaching and destruction of the reef. Efforts in minimizing global warming by investing and converting to more eco friendly energy resources need to become a top priority in countries to save the reef and much of the earth. Talking with local government and having them contact higher jurisdiction can help make environmentally safe energy resources a top priority which will in turn help protect the reef.
  • Collect some trash
  • Avoid pouring harmful substances down drains, as all of them lead to the ocean someday
  • Collect garbage from the sea.
  • donate to charities that clean up disasters
  • Recycle as much as you can :D
  • Eliminating plastic waste by just using reusable water bottles. Or donating a small amount to an ocean wildlife protection fund. Thank you for raising awareness.
  • drink less drinks that have those plastic rings
  • Do not throw rubbish into the ocean
  • I would pick up trash around the beach. It is something simple, takes 30 seconds, and doesn't cost anything.
  • be mindful, aware, and educate myself and my peers. ignore is bliss if you're okay with an empty world
  • Stop using plastic bags for groceries
  • Awareness.
  • Adopting and spreading the message.
  • I will continue to recycle the plastics that I do use, but I will try to discover more ways to use more permanent containers (such as glass tupperwares or straws) in order to protect what we can for the sake of the environment and the future.
  • Not going to sea world lol
  • Separate plastic from your other garbage!
  • Recycle
  • Visiting a local aquarium
  • Learn where the best place to recycle plastics is near me
  • Recycle and dispose of waste properly.
  • Go to the beach and pick up all the litter I can during a day.
  • To protect sea life, I could use less plastic materials.
  • Not littering on the sea
  • stop using plastic bottle as much as possible.
  • Spread awareness about the situation.
  • I will dispose of trash properly (sorting it) and will work to limit my use of plastic and aerosol products. (Aerosols because without the ozone layer we will affect sea life as well).
  • Cut up plastic rings to save sea life
  • Recycling plastic, and spreading the word about how terrible plastic microbeads are
  • I don’t litter to protect sea life.
  • Convince people carbon emissions contribute to warming of the seas which has caused vast swaths of beautiful reefs to disappear in just a handful of years.
  • I teach young children not to throw their garbage anywhere and throw it in the garbage can/bin
  • Do not use plastic bags, they often end up in the ocean, trapping and killing many animals.
  • Looking at the question, I wasn't sure what I could do, so I went online and looked up small things and learned a lot. I'd never considered releasing balloons to be an issue but of course the have to come back down somewhere, lots of the time that ends up being the ocean, where turtles and other wildlife swallow them mistaking it for food. Other acts like eating eco-friendly fish, avoiding one time use plastics, and supporting a healthy ocean through volunteer work and other acts of care. So if anything, I know a few things to avoid doing and can spread the word for and help even more on my trips to the coast :)
  • Cut plastic can carriers, or even better, don't buy cans that come in plastic carriers.
  • Reduce use of plastic products and recycle and dispose of plastics in an environmentally conscious way.
  • Don’t think just clean
  • Reusable water bottle to stop using throwaway plastic bottles
  • Not throwing trash near the beach/ocean or pick up any non-environment trash near the beach/ocean.
  • Stop using microbead cleaning products such as exfoliating creams or showergels. They add harmful, tiny plastics to wastewater which is innevitably ingested by tiny or microbial life,
  • Reduce my carbon footprint by leaving the car at home and biking more often.
  • Stop flushing your leftover pills and medication. It gets into the water supply and really hurts all of the sea life.
  • Conserve and recycle
  • Keep litter away from beaches
  • Don't use pesticides on my plants. Lobsters didn't deserve that fate.
  • Pick up a plastic bag on the beach.
  • Don't use items that exploit sea life
  • I live by the beach in Seattle and pick up trash there every weekend!
  • Don't use microbead products.
  • Boycotting companies doing bottom fishing.
  • Recycle trash from the beach (maybe not the smallest but a good one!)
  • Two of the smallest acts are conserving water and not touching reefs if you dive. Mainly because inaction is the smallest form of action there is.
  • I try to be conscious of what we rinse/pour down the drains. My girlfriend works in waterway conservation so I hear a lot about how what we throw out and back into the environment can cause issues in local streams/rivers, which eventually make their way to oceans, and then into the air as rain, lather rinse and repeat! I’ve also always dreamt of diving in the Great Barrier Reef, so I’ve always tried to find ways to keep it (and other reefs) vibrant and lively!
  • Pick up trash when you see it
  • Catch and release with family/friends. It's not much, but we try to introduce people to lakes/oceans around us in a friendly and sporting way that frowns on pollution.
  • Just pick up some trash!
  • Not litter?
  • Don't eat fish
  • I could choose not to use plastic glitter. Most glitter is made from microplastic that gets into the ocean and harms the many sea creatures that eat it.
  • buy hat
  • Stop littering and tell people to stop littering.
  • I always to make sure to recycle my plastics to keep them away from the ocean
  • I am a school teacher. I would like to work with my kids to raise awareness about the troubles faced by human waste and garbage and have them take ownership in the fight for the protection of sea life.
  • Never litter.
  • I am part of my local aquarium that rehabs sea life and releases it back into the ocean.
  • The smallest thing i would do to protect wholesome marine life would be to stop littering and spread the word to everyone i know that plastic can seriously harm the ocean and it's inhabitants. Also to spread the word about global warming and to raise awareness about the dwindling coral reefs, it's not much but every little bit helps i hope.
  • The smallest act I could do is probably putting trash in their proper bins and recycling whatever I can.
  • Avoid using shampoos which contain microplastic beads
  • I try to use a small amount of plastic and recycle to plastic I do use.
  • Petition for our great barrier Reef protection in Australia where the coral needs to be saved.
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  • Stop using plastic bags and stop drinking bottled water as so much plastic ends up in the sea.
  • I'd stop using synthetic clothes and dry cleaning.
  • Pay more attention to my carbon footprint and reduce my energy consumption.
  • cut those plastic rings
  • I live in Florida and whenever I go to the beach I make sure to pick up trash and throw it away.
  • Save/use less water at home.
  • Buy fish from verified vendors
  • I always cut the plastic sixpack rings when I throw them out. I also don't use products that use plastic microbeads
  • The smallest individual act would be to simply not litter. Litter kills the life in the ocean but also in general, littering usb harmful to all areas of the environment. On a grander scale, picking up litter you see and tossing it in the trash would help even more. If everyone did their part, the world would be much cleaner and happier.
  • Reduce the amount of plastic products I use.
  • Better at recycling!
  • Stop using facial scrubs that have micro beads inside them. The small plastic beads get washed down the drain and back into the ocean where fish think it's plankton and end up eating plastic.
  • Reduce plastic usage... Except when making keycaps :P
  • I would be more careful and not put my recycling in the trash because it could end up in the sea rather than being reused.
  • Go to the beach or a harbor and pick up trash.
  • Make sure I only buy sustainable seafood.
  • Use re-useable bags/packaging
  • Stop using products with microbeads
  • The smallest act I could do is go to the beach and pick up the trash that's on the beach
  • A very small act - which I bet would barely be noticed, is to cut out glittery Christmas decorations to reduce the amount of microplastics in the sea - which in turn will greatly benefit sea life, and in extension you!
  • Not purchase 6 packs of soda with the plastic dohickeys
  • Recycle plastic like bottle and bags. Bring them to recycle center.
  • I help clean up the beaches in Florida whenever I visit my parents! We love the manatees and try to protect them!
  • recycle
  • The smallest act you can do to protect sea life or to throw away your rubbish. It would not then end up in the sea and hurt the life.
  • Make sure to not dump trash in the ocean.
  • Be Energy-Efficient!
  • Fucking recycle, don't throw garbage in the sea, treat the environment with respect.
  • Use reusable bags instead of plastic bagswhen shopping.
  • I will properly dispose of hazardous materials :)
  • Stop eating fish to deter over fishing in our oceans
  • Become a patron of research centers & aquariums
  • Make sure your trash is disposed properly and not to dump or throw anything into the water.
  • Picking. Up. Litter! Even if it's just one water bottle, it makes such a difference.
  • Something I've always done, not litter.
  • by Effort: never harming sea life I encounter, it is the smallest act to do no direct harm.
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  • by Lifestyle: learning to dive more efficiently so I remain in full control of my body while underwater, with full situational awareness of the world around me and capability to not harm it.
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  • by Size: saving that one super cute juvenile trunkfish that just wanted to derp in & out of some soft coral from going heading out to the wall.
  • I can properly dispose wastes and help pick up litter from the ocean/beachsides.
  • When I go to the beach I take a decomposable plastic bag and fill it with rubbish that I find to dispose of correctly. It's not much but every little counts.
  • Not litter in the ocean
  • I could avoid using plastic bags as often, as they often end up in the ocean due to some trash being dumped in.
  • Cut the plastic pop can holders in pieces. So dolphins don't wear them as hats for the rest of their lives.
  • Reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint
  • Dont break off coral or touch coral when diving. It kills the coral slowly. Look but dont touch!
  • Use environmentally friendly pesticides in my garden and reduce pollution by taking public transport.
  • Poop less
  • The smallest thing I can think of is picking up trash whenever you are at a beach. There's usually cans everywhere but there's still random junk scattered about.
  • Sink little toy ships to create new reefs.
  • To make sure plastic is recycled and to use reusable bags where possible. Also try keep personal carbon footprint as low as possible.
  • I could not throw trash into the ocean when at the beach
  • I help teach a class on environmental issues and we emphasis the disappearing coral reef. Next semester we will have the students focus exclusively on the coral reefs for a project.
  • Recycle
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is to pick up any garbage I see lying on the ground and to not litter, especially when I am at the beach or near a body of water.
  • Make safe sustainable sea food choices.
  • trying to make the sea cleaner by taking the trash out of it , and rise awareness
  • Refrain from purchasing products that contain plastic micro beads.
  • Go greener with fuels, so they stop polluting the waters and killing off the sea life
  • Cut the loops in the plastic six pack bottle holders.
  • Inform others of why it’s important and ask them to also comunicate to their peers. Information is the first step in order to make change!
  • Use less plastic.
  • Just recycle any and all plastic you can pls :)
  • Stop using products containing microbeads!
  • Participating in oil spill cleanups and recycling plastic
  • Reduce plastic use so less ends up in the ocean.
  • Stop using the microbead soaps
  • Help reduce pollution and ocean warming by walking, running, or biking to work!
  • Promote awareness to prevent people from polluting our oceans
  • Stop buying 6 packs with plastic rings
  • Always pick up debris from the ocean. Prevent litter from spreading there as well. Find new ways to clean the ocean and protect wildlife
  • The best way to help the coral reef is to slow global warming and reducing car emissions by carpooling helps.
  • Use less plastic!
  • Dont litter on the beach!
  • reduce everyday plastic usage
  • Riding a bike instead of driving. Oil pipeline leaks and breaks have had devastating affects on our oceans and other water sources. Reducing the amount of oil each person consumes would lessen the "need" for such pipelines.
  • Recycle properly so our plastics don’t end up until he ocean.
  • The smallest act I can do is to donate money to organizations working to protect the coral reels, like the Coral Reef Alliance.
  • Speaking as a graduate student hoping to specialize in green architecture, I can't even describe how much this campaign means to me. Calling attention to important environmental issues through beautiful and thoughtful design is what I strive to do with my life and what you've done so elegantly here. Thank you for the message and the inspiration! Especially with these keycaps in mind, I can and will strive to learn more in my classes in hope of protecting not only sea life, but all other aspects of nature as well.
  • I reduce the amount of plastic products I buy and recycle at every opportunity!
  • PRevention (capitalization intended). Sadly, a lot of people aren’t aware of the massive problems that plague our waters and all their inhabitants, and how we damage them in our daily lives.
  • Ideally, education would be mandated and instituted by the governments to help raise not only awareness, but also give actual tools of prevention to the masses, it would go a long way in making sure we don’t destroy the oceans and the life within any further.
  • But since we cannot simply wait for politicians to agree on, well, anything, it falls on everyone else to spread the message to those not aware. Only then will the actual practical efforts have a chance in reversing the damages.
  • Lastly, even if we think we know how to prevent and help, we can always learn new things. Reading about the current efforts and research on the matter can make a difference when we spread that knowledge to our fellow humans.
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  • P.s. also, maybe not encouraging or participating in the killing of said sea life in any way would do enormous amounts of good (excessive poaching, watching programs that promote animal cruelty, etc).
  • I've stopped drinking water out of bottles due to the amount of plastic that goes into the ocean.
  • Every time i surf I stuff a piece of trash in my wetsuit to help the ocean clean!!! im a huge advocate for keeping the ocean and nature trash free!!! i love that you are promoting the same thing. I also love these keys!!!!
  • Probably donate to an organization because I live nowhere near the ocean.
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  • For as long as I can remember, I have always cut up the plastic 6 pack rings that hold sodas together. I don't want sea life (or any life for that matter) to get stuck in them.
  • Smallest act I could do? Donate to foundations and keep the beaches clean, dont litter
  • Pick up litter around beaches/coastal areas.
  • I always cut up any drink cans holder so animals can’t get trapped in them.
  • Ask for no plastic straw with your drink. when at restruants or fast food establishments.
  • Protect sea life by removing trash from beaches and looking after our coral reefs by not fishing near them with nets.
  • Support corporate carbon taxes
  • Use more reusable bags for groceries to reduce the amount of plastic from my ecological footprint
  • College student currently looking for a research position in the ocean sciences department of my University next summer, and I've helped out a lot in the ocean areas where I live. I live in Atlantic Canada
  • Avoid polluting the ocean by always recycling plastic material
  • A small act I can do to protect sea life is to recycle waste products such as plastic!
  • Stop using plastic; straws, bags, bottles, etc. Already on it!
  • Stop using products that contain plastic microbeads!
  • look but don’t touch
  • Eat more sustainable food so the food I eat pollutes waterways less.
  • Make a small public aquarium in your office or workplace to raise awareness of both the beauty of sea life, and steps to protect it.
  • not littering in bodies of water and picking any garbage you see out of any body of water
  • if I went to the beach, i can always clean up the trash people leave on it ! this way, the trash wont be able to fly into the sea
  • Drink tap water instead of bottled water
  • Donate to preservation groups
  • My family and I are trying to compost all our food scraps so less trash is dumped into the ocean.
  • We can protect sea life by furthering education about the ocean. I work at one of the world's best oceanography institutions (Scripps Institution of Oceanography), and have learned so much about the ocean. The ocean is the source of life for every living thing and people must be educated about how important preserving the ocean is. If we destroy our oceans, we destroy our world.
  • Dont purchase products like glitter that are made of microplastics that pollute the ocean and end up being eaten by animals and cut the circle plastics on 6 packs of cans so animals dont get stuck in them if they make it into the ocean.
  • Stop littering!
  • I think one small thing is always cutting plastic can holders so they are less likely to get tangled on a creature of the sea. Thanks guys have a great day :)
  • I am going to try to start biking to class rather than taking public transit to reduce carbon emissions, which hurt sea life.
  • Don't piss in it
  • Practice proper recycling methods, to prevent plastics from reaching the sea.
  • Dispose waste properly
  • Recycle so plastic doesn't end up in the sea
  • I will stop buying drinks that come in plastic bottles or with 6-pack plastic ring packaging. These materials often end up in the ocean and harm sealife.
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  • Pick up trash littered on the shores if I come across it
  • Stop using products containing microplastics
  • Reuse cups instead of using water bottles and cleaning up after myself.
  • Crush PET bottles before throwing them away
  • Give to the charities that help them most, abide the law when fishing and scuba diving in natural water and try to spread the message of protecting life!
  • Reducing the amount of waste I make, so that some of it doesn't end up in the ocean, and putting trash and recycling in the proper bins
  • U do this when I go to the beach, bring a bag to the beach and clean up what I can wherever I walk!
  • By donating as much money that I can to local sea life charities and research projects and by encouraging others to do so aswell
  • I work at an electronics recycling centre. We do our part to mitigate tons of e-waste from hitting our environment, including our beautiful oceans. Go free geek Vancouver!
  • Cut plastic loops, strings and other entangling trash into pieces before disposing of it (though recycling would be better~)
  • Cut up the plastic can holders and throw stuff out in the garbage or recycling instead of throwing it on the ground and composting!
  • Always recycle, and do not pollute the waterways with plastic.
  • I try to reduce the amount of plastic I use to prevent water pollution and protect sea life. Although I already use a reusable metal water bottle, I can further reduce plastic waste by avoiding disposable utensils when I eat.
  • Make sure plastic doesn’t get to the ocean! Properly dispose of plastic items to keep our waters clean :)
  • Lots of plastic like straws end up in the sea
  • Reduce, Re-use, Recycle! Make an effort to avoid inorganic packaging, separate accordingly, be conscious and knowing of what things are, and where they’re going.
  • Produce less garbage. (I know some countries dump their garbage in the ocean.)
  • Instead of buying a plastic bottle everywhere you go, just have one nice reuseable one
  • Not waste water.
  • I have a reef tank and only add aquacultured coral, fish, and rock in my tank!
  • Recycle
  • Get better about recycling whenever possible.
  • Reuse plastic bags.
  • Participate in picking up litter from local parks to prevent the eventual dropping off of this waste in the streams and other aquatic environments near me.
  • Only purchase tropical fish from authorised ethical sellers
  • I do not use plastic bags! Instead I opt for paper bags that I later use to throw out my greens or I use a canvas tote.
  • Think first.
  • Conserve water as much as I can, carpool to reduce carbon emissions and turn off the lights in rooms I'm not in!
  • Make my family and friends aware of the issues that sea life face.
  • Do not litter into the sea
  • Always cur apart plastic soda pack rings
  • To cut up the plastic rings that hold together cans before throwing them out.
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is to recycle. Stories of plastic and cans poluting the ocean and destroying sea life we're everywhere. So I believe the "smallest" act I could do is recycle and support other to do the same.
  • Donate to the Coral Reef Conservation program
  • Thanks for doing this
  • I’ll recycle as much as possible <3
  • I think the smallest act is simply telling others about the harm we are doing to the oceans and the coral reefs.
  • So pretty :)
  • Best one I have seen!
  • I will try to take shorter showers to reduce the amount of water I waste and to protect sea life.
  • Use fewer plastic products during lunch (lids, cups, straws)
  • Just being aware of the problem and informing others on it.
  • I live in Hawaii and my family and I make sure to keep our beaches clean.
  • Simply recycling properly to prevent deadly plastic buildup in the oceans would be a small step in the right direction for helping sea life.
  • Consume less
  • Cut the plastic. 6-pack bottle holders
  • Avoid purchasing products (body soap, dish soap, laundry detergent) that have deleterious effects on the environment. All life is connected on this planet, and this is one way to stop shitting where we eat.
  • Making sure that trash that can harm the sea life is disposed of correctly, including any you see on the street.
  • Cliche but: not polluting!! A lot of the things that get thrown in the ocean leads to the death of sea life.
  • Don't purchase plastic bags or support those SEA WORLD FUCKERS!
  • Cutting up drink containers before recycling them so that sea animals don't get stuck in the plastic rings.
  • Everyone should recycle and avoid littering to make the world a better place for all.
  • Not pollute down the drain
  • Drink less water to perserve the sea! I would die for it.
  • Throw rubbish in the bin
  • Not litter
  • Recycle plastics
  • cutting the plastic rings that come on 6 packs
  • Spread awareness!
  • Hello I'm Nick and I would love to win this giveaway to share with my older Brother who helped me build my First computer. I thought this was a great question and although I personally don't live near any major bodies of water that contain coral reefs, I still think it's very important to protect the environment that we live in. For instance, our local SRP was giving away free trees to plant but you had to do the labor, so I planted two trees for my family to help fight against global warming. And a small way I can help conserve and save Sea life is by reducing my waste by using reusable water bottles and metal straws to take with me to restaurants to cut down on plastics. Thank you for putting on this amazing giveaway; those key caps are beautiful and fun!
  • Not use soaps with plastic microbeads
  • Do not litter into the sea. Simple. But so many people do it still.
  • Reduce daily use of plastic, as animals eat it which can lead to toxic levels of chemicals in their bodies.
  • Not standing on corrals
  • Dont use plastic bags, bring a reusable bag or backpack to the supermarket every time and use it for years!
  • Reduce plastic waste to keep it out of the sea
  • I would use those edible soda can rings so that in the event that they do end up in the sea the wildlife can digest and eat them and turtles wouldn't be harmed by mistaking them for jellyfish.
  • I always take Info-Material about protecting reefs, sea to the maledives whenver i visit, so that tourists dont destroy things becouse they dont know what is the corrdct behavior.
  • Recycle all plastic waste, cut up the plastic that holds together soda cans before tossing it.
  • I donate monthly to the sea life trust.
  • Use as many reusable resources as I can.
  • Use less plastic
  • Probably picking up random garbage I come accros thats near beaches
  • It's really not much, but I'll help spread awareness!
  • Reduce plastic waste and avoid all products with plastic microbeads.
  • Stop using straws and stop using plastic Bags.
  • Pick up rubbish found at the beach.
  • Discourage people from buying jewellery made of coral and inform them how important it is to respect living things.
  • pick up trash by the beach :}
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is to be mindful of where I throw my trash, especially whether it is recyclable, compost or waste. This will benefit the overall environment and prevent more harmful trash leaking to the sea.
  • I could ride my bike to work more
  • Forgoing seafood as the farming of marine animals all too often damages reefs (e.g. bottom trawling). Thanks so much for hosting!
  • Always recycle and always vote for legislation that protects our environment.
  • Leave it alone.
  • You can recycle your garbage properly.
  • I dont live near oceans but when i go to the nearby lakes, I sometimes look out for trash. I think that is what most can do for the seas and lakes.
  • Reduce plastic waste, recycle plastic.
  • Lobby the Australian government to save the great barrier reef
  • Throw trash away in trash bins
  • I always collect trash from the beach to help protect sea life. It only takes an hour here and there to make a huge difference :)
  • Do not use bottled water, using a reusable thermos.
  • I would say be mindful of what we throw away into the beaches, oceans, lakes, ponds, etc. Plastic bags can be harmful for any sea organisms as they can trap them or consume them (thinking they are jellyfish for example). Cans that come packaged with those plastic rings should always be disposed of correctly (i.e. cutting them so fishes, turtles, whales, etc. are not caught in them).
  • No more products that contain micro plastics
  • Not using disposable coffee cups and coffee pods!
  • Dispose of rubbish correctly
  • Never throw trash into ocean, and i mean NEVER! Always bring it with you.
  • Use fewer plastic products!
  • Stop using plastics.
  • Participate in a beach cleanup
  • Properly dispose thrash
  • Don't use shower gels with microbeads
  • use less plastic
  • Cut the plastic 6-pack can holders so that it doesn't choke marine animals.
  • Even the smallest act wouldn’t hurt. Any thing helps. You could start by spreading knowledge about how we could save coral reefs. In order to save them, you’ll have to know about them first.
  • Don't buy microplastics
  • trying to use less plastic sounds always like a good first step
  • Don't flush medication down the toilet
  • The smallest act I can do to protect the sea is to learn more about the current threats and try to spread awarness as well.
  • Pick up trash at my local beach.
  • stop buying bottled water and use a water bottle to reduce plastic waste
  • To not wash my car with any detergent that does any harm to the environment. Always research! These products will flow and eventually find its way to the water, no matter how far away you are from the ocean. The nature cannot break it down. The water system gets polluted and anything in the water is affected. One thing leads to another, and eventually it impacts our surroundings. The ocean is just that and it's something precious and essential that we need to take care of! I can help, simply by choosing eco friendly products in the store. It's a small thing but it helps a lot.
  • Support education about the ocean to help people understand how crucial the ocean is to our ecosystem - the world.
  • Do not step on the rocks or the coral!
  • Try our best to treat water like we would do with the air we breathe
  • I would not throw trash in the ocean and to clean up my local beach
  • Use less plastic!
  • Watch Blue Planet 2 on repeat and tweet screenshots of sea life.
  • I've always loved aquatic animals and marine biology in general. In third grade, I did a project about sea turtles and after realizing the consequences us humans cause by harming the sea, I began to cut the plastic wraps of a six pack of soda/beer/etc. I've also begun recycling and became more conscious of the litter on beaches.
  • Stop using plastic bags!
  • Make a larger effort to recycle and use less plastic product
  • I will press onward every day abd night to help our beloved sea buddies and help them fulfill their destiny
  • Disposing of garbage properly
  • Make sure to recycle all plastics and other materials that can be re-purposed. Make sure that your waste to properly disposed of and not handled by companies with bad practices.
  • Use less plastic - I carry a reusable bag everywhere with me so if I buy something I don't need the shop to give me a plastic bag.
  • Smallest act that not only benefits the sea, but the world, is to RRR, or, reduce, reuse, and recycle <3
  • Do not litter!
  • I live by the coast and coach a youth swim team. once yearly our team goes to the coast and joins the community in garbage cleanup on the beach.
  • Don't litter on beaches
  • I don't pee in the river like all my friends do
  • I think we should all reconsider the products we choose to buy. Researchers have recently determined that microplastics, such as glitter and microfibers, will cause huge damage when they eventually contaminate the ocean.
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  • Simply avoiding certian products in the supermarket can make a difference to the marine world.
  • Stop using soaps/shampoo that have those tiny plastic balls in them, they end up in the ocean and being eaten by the creatures who live in it.
  • Drink out of glass bottles more
  • When scuba diving you can always collect all trash you come across, keep it on you during the dive and bring it outside the water to properly get rid of it.
  • The least one can do for the ocean is to make sure never to buy any seafood that may have been gathered in a harmful way. To take responsibility for the things you consume.
  • Recycle plastics, and never litter
  • Recycle plastics on everyday life - as I'm doing at present.
  • Make sure abything disposable I bring to the beach reaches the proper trash or recycling bin.
  • See garbage? Pick it up!
  • Stop buying corals!
  • Don't buy bottled water
  • Reduce the amount of plastic packaging so none ends up in the sea
  • Reduce my carbon footprint through energy and plastics usage in the house
  • Use my Hydro Flask as opposed to water bottles in order to reduce the amount of plastic that may end up in our oceans.
  • Smile!
  • Grow some plants
  • Donate
  • Donate money to an environmental charity.
  • My friend and I started a shoreline cleanup program at out university. Every month 40-70 people go along the shore and remove trash that is dangerous to life in the sea.
  • Not litter
  • Not stand on coral while scuba diving or snorkeling.
  • Love to get one of these beauties!
  • Not drink beer, which I don't do anyway. 1 less beer can in the ocean. 1 less 6 pack ringlet in the ocean. I am a true humanitarian.
  • Pick up trash at the beach
  • Don't buy a new cell phone, but make mine last as long as possible.
  • One of the easiest and most effective ways to help protect sea life is to be mindful of our consumption and trash production. Cutting or reducing the use of disposable, one-use products that often end up polluting the ocean can make a difference.
  • Reduce the amount of waste I produce
  • Recycle plastics instead of throwing them in the trash.
  • Making sure that trash is secured so that it does not find its way to the seas to cause harm to any sea life. Stay ecofriendly.
  • The smallest act *I* could do is just stay away from the beach, I guess. I don't feel like I'm actively harming it, and that would probably negate any chance of accidentally harming the sea as well. Sorry if this is a dumb answer.
  • I could pick up garbage when I go to the beach.
  • Recycle! too much trash ends up in our oceans :(
  • Recycle plastics and stuff :)
  • Use less disposable plastic
  • Use fewer plastic products and help with keeping beaches clean.
  • Never litter! And stop wasting water whenever necessary! :)
  • Thanks JellyKey! <3
  • Whenever I buy beverages, I make sure to cut the plastic that holds the bottles or cans so that sea life can't become trapped inside of them and be harmed.
  • There's been a campaign recently to stop using straws with your drink order in fast food restaurants, in hopes of reducing plastic waste in our oceans. Plastic straws can have very negative impacts in our environment because they are hardly recycled, endanger marine life through ingestion and entanglement. By everyone refusing to use straws we may be able to convince restaurant chains to reduce or even stop serving straws all together, thus removing even a small percentage of plastic waste in our oceans.
  • I donate money to my local harbor and bay to keep it clean and pick up all the trash! Don't need harmful chemicals and debris in our water sheds and runoff
  • Pick up even one piece of trash when visiting the beach.
  • Educate yourself (and others) about coral reefs and their importance in the ecosystem.
  • Donate to charity
  • Picking up any small trash on the beach will prevent it from going into the ocean and harming more sea life.
  • Find Nemo
  • The smallest acts I do to preserve sea life are choosing sustainable seafood whenever possible, using reusable grocery bags and drink bottles, and never leaving trash on the beach!
  • Disposing of trash properly.
  • Stop using plastic bags
  • Protecting sea life is as easy as picking up the trash. No littering, save our salty seas.
  • Recycle all plastics so they don't end up in the sea!
  • Be conscious of products we buy. Some hand soaps contain small pieces of plastics that can harm the sea exosystem.
  • Promotion - share something on Facebook or Twitter and raise awareness
  • Trashing the plastic pieces I find while walking on the beach.
  • I have started using re-useable cups and water bottles to help prevent plastic wasteage
  • I like to help clean up the local beaches!
  • I will not use plastic water bottles.
  • Pick up trash whenever you see it. Stuff often ends up in the ocean.
  • Ensure everyone around me stops littering, which ends up in the ocean!
  • When I go surfing, I try to pick up any garbage I encounter, both in water and on the beach.
  • That's beautiful!!
  • Pick up after yourself when you go to the beach!
  • Waste sortng. Sea protection starts in our homes, with our trash.
  • I always spend the time to make sure things i throw away are cut up so it’s not as harmful to animals, and recentlt just try to produce less trash in general. Thank you!
  • Picking up trash whenever you are walking on the beach.
  • Donate $$ in support of coral preservation and recovery efforts
  • Recycle as often as possible!
  • Attend community beach cleaning events in the city of Seattle
  • The thing that everyone could do to protect sea life is to reduce the amount of hazardous waste we cause every day. It could be as simple as recycling a plastic bag or a cotton box to store your stuff.
  • Stop using plastic bags at the supermarkets
  • Help educate others on how important the ocean is to the entire Earth :)
  • I do not eat any fish, as commercial fishing has depleted many areas across the globe of their natural biodiversity.
  • Put my water bottle in the recycle bin instead of the trash
  • Use less plastics
  • Don't use glitter
  • Not use harmful sunscreen at the beach.
  • Eating less red meat -> farms raising livestock for red mead produce a lot of greenhouse gases, which contributes to the warming and acidification of the ocean. Somewhat relatedly, although not cheap, I think more people should have experience maintaining saltwater aquariums, even small ones, to see how small shifts in the water chemistry can seriously impact the contained marine life. I personally have a "rescued" mantis shrimp - people usually return these to marine stores when they find them in their tanks because they are considered to be destructive, but I personally love my little Reef Guardian.
  • Pick up rubbish on the beach.
  • Use less plastic to help protect the ocean from polution
  • The smallest act you can do to save the sea is to pick up trash or not fish as much.
  • Prohibit corrupt laws allowing the poaching of sea life. It's only a couple words / arguments, but in the end could lead to a flourishing sea life deep down below.
  • Do not litter. And teach others to protect sea life also as teaching multiplies the results.
  • Ensuring plastics are disposed of properly, recycling what you can, and not littering.
  • Dispose of my engine oil properly.
  • recycle
  • Recycling, reusing what you can and using proper garbage techniques.
  • In my opinion, individuals need to be more educated and more aware of their surrounding environment: the ocean, the forests, the mountains, anywhere. Humanity has drifted far apart from nature for some time now because of all the technological advancements and working and higher standards of living, the only interaction with nature being visits to national parks or hikes and outdoor fitness. In order to truly understand the importance of organisms, such as coral and other marine life and vegetation, we should educate ourselves more on their roles in their respective ecosystems and, if the chance arises, immerse ourselves within their environments and take some time away from our hectic lives.
  • I cook often. Both professionally and for my friends and family. Cooking oil is - to me - by far the most dangerous thing you can throw away because it WILL find its way to water and eventually affect sea life. I always make sure I dispose of any cooking oil I can get my hands on the right way!
  • I will make sure to snip plastic six-pack holders in order to prevent marine life from getting stuck in them.
  • Stop using plastic products
  • Reduce my household energy consumption, stop using excessive lighting :)
  • Not litter
  • Reduce my use of disposable plastic bags
  • Stop procreating
  • Throwing away trash and recycling recyclables. <3
  • Choosing eco-friendly products that lower our impact on the earth, especially products that go down the drain (soaps, toilet paper, etc).
  • Help picking up random garbage you see along the beach as you pass by! We live here too and want to enjoy our sea!!
  • Not be careless around oceans
  • I guess just recycle your recyclables
  • We could always use less plastic bags and don't ever dump any foreign objects into the see.
  • Keep the beach clean
  • Don't use soap with microbeads
  • Stop using plastic straws, and start using washable steel ones.
  • Cut the rings on plastic 6 pack holders
  • Greywater reusage; I’m located in Australia. Not far from the coral reefs, we need to stop polluting our waterways.
  • Make my day even brighter, every day at work!
  • Use reusable grocery bags instead of plastic. Likewise with reuseable water bottles, in lieu of plastic disposable bottles. Contributing less to the floating island of plastic in the Pacific Ocean. Also, not use sunscreen when swimming as the bleach in it kills coral.
  • Going vegan. Mass fishery is greatly harming the oceans by unbalancing and destroying the ecosystems.
  • stop using solutions containing micro plastics, or find a charity fighting to protect sea life and volunteer or donate to them
  • Cut drink holding rings. Don't litter
  • Look, don't touch!
  • Properly sorting recyclables to keep plastics out of the ocean
  • recycle plastics
  • Recycle
  • picking up a piece of trash near water way's.
  • Buy milk and other drinks in glass that gets reused on land through small dairies, not landfilled and forgotten about.
  • Simple. Don't litter in the sea (or at all).
  • Recycle
  • I would not litter in the ocean, as this probably helps alot! Thank you for the giveaway, incredibly kind of you!
  • I live by the beach, so when we go for walks we help keep it clean.
  • Use less plastic
  • If you're in a country with access to clean water, use reusable water bottles, the fewer people who use disposable water bottles, the less plastic that gets dumped in the ocean
  • Clean the shore next to my grand parent house during the summer.
  • People throw so many things while they are on holiday and don't realize how much they destroy the nature.
  • The smallest act that could be done to protect sea life would be controlled fishing and not hunting for endangered fish species.
  • Always cut the plastic rings that hold cans together so fish and stuff don't get stuck in them =(
  • Support local, fresh farms. Larger commercial farms use more pesticides that drain to rivers from runoff, which eventually lead to the ocean. These pesticides obviously harm sea life.
  • Not use soap with the scrubby things in it
  • Reduce the use of plastic in my household in favor of glass and wax/parchment paper. Plastics in the ocean is a long term problem that really isn't being worked on at any government level that I'm aware of. Thanks.
  • Recycle - if more trash is recycled, then less ends up in the ocean killing sea life. Also those plastic rings that come around six packs of soda and beer should be cut before throwing them out so that they don't choke some poor sea creature.
  • The smallest thing I can and already do is only using reusable bottles. The plastic bottles and containers you buy them in are thrown in the ocean and they can kill the sea life
  • Became fully vegetarian 7 years ago - no more seafood.
  • Stop using products containing micro plastics, such as glitter 💅🏻
  • Whenever at the beach, one can clean up the litter on the shore.
  • Stop asking for plastic bags
  • The smallest act? Since I live near oceans, it is to never dump anything (garbage or otherwise) into the drains that say "LEADS TO OCEAN". Pollution is a big problem for sea life and coral reefs.
  • Recycling and properly disposing of trash, so it does not end in the ocean.
  • I drink a lot of water every day. Instead of adding to the plastic waste that pollutes our rivers, lakes, oceans by buying plastic water bottles, I use a reusable Nalgene water bottle every day.
  • Reduce my carbon footprint, in hope that everyone else can do the same, reducing global warming and thus reducing our damage to sea life
  • cut up your six pack plastic rings!
  • By refusing to use items with micro beads in them. Don't use tooth paste or facial scrubs or whatever that have beads.
  • I could make a video to inspire others to protect sea life.
  • Use less plastic so it wont end up in the oceans.
  • Stop littering
  • When I go to the beach i always look in the trash cans for the plastic 6 pack baverage containers and i rip each one of the loops open. People may think its gross that I look in the garbage but all it takes is a gust of wind or a curious sea gull to blow it into the ocean and put countless sea lives in danger.
  • Recycle!
  • When I get my divers license I will be joining the annual scrap collecting challenge on the west coast of Sweden. This way I can spread some information about the amount of trash that ends up in the sea.
  • Clean up the waste and prevent oil spills!
  • Stop throwing pieces of plastic to nature as they are prone to be washed all the way to the seas via rivers etc.
  • Make the decision to drink tap water instead of drinking bottled water or other drinks that create waste that can lead to the ocean.
  • Stopped using plastic bags a while ago and supporting the wwf to protect the oceans.
  • Keep up your amazing work!
  • I will use fewer plastic products!
  • Recycling is always a great option to protect ocean wildlife and the coral reefs.
  • A solid way to directly protect sea life is to reduce my carbon footprint in anyway possible. One way i do this currently is by carpooling to work and school. Another, but more indirect, way of protecting sea life is by spreading the word about the effects human action has on the ocean and the ecosystems within it.
  • I don’t have the luxury of living next to the ocean but I do happen to love everything about it. I know there is nothing too small that help in anyway, but I think just by cleaning up trash is probably one of the smallest things to have such a huge impact on our oceans. Best of luck to everyone who enters!!
  • Take your trash with you.
  • Recycling all the random plastic I get from online orders.
  • The simple thing is not touching it.
  • I would mind my carbon footprints, and limit the use of plastic bottles.
  • Simple things like cutting up soda holders and picking up trash while I am diving. Keep up the great work the keys are beautiful!
  • Stop buying body washes/scrubs with micro plastics in them! Those little beads end up in the ocean and are disastrous to the aquatic ecosystem!
  • Recycle more plastics!
  • Pickup plastic litter
  • The smallest act is inaction. Plastic packaging kills tons of sea life, and if you can't or won't recycle, just don't buy anything with this kind of packaging.
  • Pick up trash on the ground outside. All of that will end up in the water eventually.
  • clean up trash at the beach.
  • Enjoy the sea life from home. Think of it as a look but don't touch sort of thing
  • Not use plastic bags
  • I think the easiest thing that we can all do is just be more mindful of littering, especially when near the beach, its so easy for trash to end up in the ocean.
  • Don't use plastic bags because they end up in the oceans.
  • Pick up trash like cans and plastic from the beach. Or anywhere, really.
  • Bring your own bag shopping (i.e., don't use plastic grocery bags).
  • We go and pick up garbage at the beach every month. Doing our part to try to keep plastic out of the ocean!
  • Stop using cosmetics that contain chemicals that wash into the ocean
  • Stop using microbead products, as the beads are too small to be filtered by water treatment plants and end up in lakes and oceans, and are harmful to our sea life.
  • I could tell people to not throw trash into the sea while on vacation :D
  • Use water bottles so I don't create more waste with plastic ones!
  • I could pick up trash that I find in the water or on the beach of a lake.
  • Don't use plastic, unless it's in a keycap of course.
  • Recycling plastic items.
  • See trash at the beach? Pick it up!
  • Support marine charities.
  • Keep water in non-plastic containers, and pick up trash every time I visit the beach.
  • I could go to a local beach cleanup and collect trash before it gets pulled back into the ocean
  • Ive been a scuba diver for quite some time and I do all I can to try to save the precious creatures. The amount of plastic people use astounds me and I wish people used less of it. I have forced everyone I know to bring a reusable bag every time they go to the store haha
  • Not throw garbage into the sea. I sail and it is sad to see people still throw non-biodegradables overboard.
  • be a respectfull human being and dont throw trash in sea
  • Donate to an organisation that protects sea life
  • Go to your local beach and pick up some rubbish!
  • I choose to not consume any animal products. Fishing is destroying our oceans and I have no desire to eat my aquatic friends. Adopting a cruelty-free and eco-friendly lifestyle is the smallest act anyone can do to protect sea life!
  • I live in the middle of Canada so I can't directly do stuff to protect sea life. But I will never let go of helium balloons near the ocean.
  • I've done a few beach clean ups and will continue to do so. Unfortunately, it isn't as complicated or sophisticated enough to save coral life, but I feel it's a damn good start for someone who has little knowledge on the sea itself. Them beach cleanups are fun anyways, especially when you're doing them in areas as beautiful as Laguna beach or Balboa.
  • Bring public awareness to the impacts of global warming on our coral reefs!
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  • These are truly the most gorgeous keycaps I have ever seen. I have loved the ocean ever since I was a child, studied marine biology in college, and have maintained a reef tank since I was in high school. Keep up the beautiful work!
  • Only eat fish that was cought in a durable way. Which is something I already do! :)
  • Keep the environment clean by using less plastic. Use more recycle things.
  • Avoid scuba diving at at risk locations. Cut the rings from six pack holder (the plastic circles)
  • Reduce my foot print, stop buying bottle water drink from tap. And join local beach clean up exercises.
  • Take your litter home with you when at the seaside.
  • I could not litter in the ocean
  • Never throw Q-Tips in the toilet.
  • I try to reduce the amount of disposable plastics I use. Instead of using plastic bags at stores or buying disposable water bottles, I bring my own reusable bag and use my own water bottles that I fill at home/work. As I understand it, plastic pollution is a major problem in our oceans, and while it is a very small act, I at least like to think it helps a bit.
  • Always pick up your rubbish at the beach!
  • Recycle and pick up any litter on beaches or in the water that I see.
  • I could only eat sustainable seafood since overfishing is a really huge problem. Thank you for being this generous!
  • Stop using products with plastic microbeads in them
  • The smallest act would be to quit buying water bottles and use reusable containers.
  • Stop using plastic straws.
  • Get the good fish at the supermarket instead of the overfarmed one.
  • I beleive the smallest act I can do to help protect sea life is to ensure any plastics I'm disposing of are either recycled or dealt with in a responsinle manner to not damage our precious sea.
  • Recycle and using reusable grocery bags
  • I work in a grocery store that refuses to offer any plastic bags upon checkout. They do this to prevent turtles and other sea life eating the bags thinking they are jellyfish. Its small but has an impact on the bettering of sea life.
  • Share the word to raise awareness amongst friends and family, and donate to charities that protect marine life.
  • I bring a bag with me to go beach so that I can bring home some trash or treasures, depending on what I find.
  • Keep trash out of the sea
  • We should not throw plastic into the sea.
  • Cut up six pack plastic holders.
  • Stop existing, because then there'd be one less threat to coral reefs.
  • I think the smallest things that people can do are to mind their waste they produce so that less ends up in our oceans (on a large scale, more projects need to be opened to clean up the waste that is already there).
  • The other thing would be to reduce their consumption of overfished species.
  • Smokers should dispose of cigarette butts properly. Also eat less meat.
  • picking up litter at the beach.
  • I could make sure to properly dispose of my trash and recyclables when I go to the beach.
  • The smallest act I could do to protect sea life is go to my local beach every week and take the time to pick up any trash and make sure it doesn't get swept into the sea.
  • You can stop using so much plastic bottles once and start using a refillable one.
  • Using plastic bags as limited as possible
  • What I Have been doing is recycling all my pastica and using reusable bags.
  • Always cut apart 6-pack can plastic.
  • Cut up plastic can holders before recycling.
  • Reduce energy usage, and use the car less
  • Usually when I go to the beach nearby I spend 1 hour picking up trash along the coast
  • Reduce usage of car
  • Stop littering! Especially relevant for coastal regions, like Sydney, Australia (where I'm from).
  • Recycle plastic bottles so they don't end up breaking down in the ocean.
  • Thanks!
  • Recycling, and the reduction of purchasing plastic products and creating waste.
  • The smallest act I can do to preserve sea life is to take transit or walk to school instead of driving a car. The more I reduce my greenhouse gas emissions, the more I protect sea life (and all life!).
  • I always bring at least 2-4 trash bags with me to the local shores. I go once or twice a week and pick up as much garbage as I can fit in my bags, then dispose of them properly
  • Actually listen to the scientists :( our poor Great Barrier Reef in Australia is dying too.
  • Each time I see a piece of trash in the ocean I will pick it up.
  • Driving an electric car
  • Donate to Greenpeace.
  • Cut plastic bottle/can 6 pack holders before throwing them away!
  • My local aquarium accepts volunteers to help clean and take care of sea animals that are in critical condition.
  • Not using products that come in aerosol cans
  • Stop throwing trash in the ocean!!
  • Not use glitter or microbeads.
  • Helly there,
  • the smallest thing I and everyone can do is to put our trash in the trash bin instead of losing it wherever we go. I we did that, trash in our ocean wouldn't be such a huge problem in the first place! Collect trash, seperate it so it can be recycled and we're pretty much set - besides collecting these huge masses of trash out of our oceans and the nature.
  • I'd be happy to win one of your caps but if I don't, well, I guess it made someone else happy, which is nice as well :-)
  • Enjoy your weekend,
  • Eric
  • Recycle.
  • Stop throwing out waste.
  • Support Elon Musk to decrease dependence on fossil fuels and keep ocean temperatures from rising.
  • The smallest act I could do is avoid purchasing products with microplastics. The poor fish. :(
  • I live in Australia and have been to the Great Barrier Reef a few times, and interestingly enough, one of the things you can do there is buy bits of coral from the reef. It sounds bad, but its all dead parts cut away because of the crown of thorns starfish are killing all the coral and spreading like crazy because of the warmer water. Divers go down and try to kill them and cut away dead bits of coral before it affects the rest of the reef.
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  • Not entirely related but I thought this would be interesting enough anyway :)
  • No longer use plastic straws! They can become lodged in sea turtle's nostrils.
  • Pick up trash in rivers and/or the beach
  • Decrease plastic use to ensure less pollution of the water.
  • Reduce my consumption of plastics and support organizations that work to protect the ocean!
  • Never throw trash into the sea, as it is dangerous to the wildlife
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  • When you go the the beach, pick up a piece of trash or two that is just lying around. It will only take a second and could possible save the lives of countless organisms
  • Use public transit.
  • Get engaged in government to regulate companies to make it less profitable to pollute our planet!
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  • recycle
  • Stop using any products that contain micro-plastics
  • Use less water and use the water you do use more efficiently.
  • Stop using plastic water bottles
  • Cut the plastic rings that hold beer cans or pop cans together, fish and ocean wildlife like turtles get stuck in them.
  • Stop drinking water from one time use water bottles
  • Be careful not to leave trash on the beach, it could harm the sea creatures quite a bit.
  • Love yah
  • I could and do recycle plastic bottles and other types of plastic so that they don’t somehow end up in the ocean.
  • Recycle! Everyone should be recycling. It’s so easy and available to do everywhere.
  • Do not use plastic bags that can end up in sea.
  • I will stop littering in the ocean!
  • One of the smallest acts that I can do to protect sea life would be to recycle since way too much plastic winds up in the ocean :/
  • Throw away (or recycle) whatever trash you see lying around. Small things make a big impact!
  • Cutting up the plastic soda/beer holders
  • I volunteered at a conservation place a fair bit when I had the opportunity. I also often donate to organizations when there's some spare cash laying around.
  • Not be a shitty person and reuse grocery bags.
  • No more plastic bottles
  • If one is at or near a beach or riverside, go pick up any trash that is out there. It wouldn't take too long.
  • Volunteer at Sea World
  • When I lived in California I had surf PE and we actually did a beach cleanup once a month :)
  • There are many small acts, simply caring and relaying that to others can be the start of making a difference. I'm a supporter of Force Blue. https://forceblueteam.org/
  • Recycle stuff. For real. No joke.
  • The smallest act I could do to protect sea life is collect the trash others throw in the ocean and recycle it.
  • use less plastics and recycle plastics
  • I do not eat seafood(or any animal products) so I am not contributing to the fishing industry over fishing the oceans and destroying habitats or creating imbalances of habitats.
  • Not buy products with microplastics.
  • Cleaning coral reefs from rubbish and promoting marine life protection
  • Pick up the trash floating around near the beach.
  • Pick up rubbish when I walk my dogs on the beach.
  • We regularly collect trash from the waters
  • thrown garbage in the right place
  • Cutting the plastic rings that holds together 6-packs to protect animals.
  • properly recycle membrane kb
  • Probably just being mindful when going to the beach. Make sure I clean up my stuff and the trash around me
  • The simplest thing I could do is continue to recycle. By separating plastics from trash, I can help prevent plastic pollution of the oceans.
  • Wear biodegradable sunscreen when snorkeling around a coral reef.
  • im a SDI certified open water diver, im often volunteer joining event such as reef cleanups and dive to clean up the ocean in our local beach which is in malaysia. i even share or post about marine life via social media just to give a thought to my friends on marine awareness and care. although it was not much that done but at least that something that i can contribute in keeping our ocean safe and the world from global warming.
  • I do not throw/ leave trash at the beach when travel there.
  • Eating sustainable seafood <3
  • Not litter
  • Use metal reuseable water bottles.
  • Plastics are one of the worst pollutants in the ocean. Recycle. It's not hard.
  • Pick up garbage on the beach
  • Recycling all plastic waste!
  • cleaning up litter, and preventing it
  • I would give hugs to seagulls and kisses to the fishes!
  • We clean up trash off the beach at our beach house every chance we get.
  • Recycling... Just look at the great Pacific Garbage Patch
  • I will donate to some see life conservation organization in Thailand
  • I would use recycled materials whenever it is possible
  • Use less plastic
  • Recycle!!
  • Recycle plastic bottles!
  • A prayer to all know and unknown, real and unreal, existing and unexisting God's to make all people think more about their environment, how to save it and improve it.
  • Recycle, and don’t throw trash off the bridges near you
  • Help protect the great barrier reef because I'm Australian
  • I'll always recycle.
  • Cut up the circular can holders so they don’t get caught around wildlife and corals :)
  • Start recycling more
  • Dispose rubbish where it’s supposed to be thrown so it doesn’t end up in the oceans
  • Recycling!
  • Recycle!
  • never ever litter
  • Proper disposal of plastic bags! Stray plastic bags that get into the ocean cause massive damage to sea life, and properly disposing of them in a way that prevents them from getting into the ocean is actually pretty easy.
  • Recycle more!
  • I'll use as little plastics or plastic products as possible in everyday life such as reuseable shopping bag, bringing own reuseable bottled water instead of buying plastic water bottles, stop chewing gum consumption, try to buy things which the packing comes from cardboard/glass instead of plastics, and many more in daily life.
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  • These plastic garbage would end up in the sea or ocean and may take hundred years to degrade. This is easily destroying the sea life due to the toxic that it contains and of course it is accidentally consumed by sea creatures.
  • Less plastic for better sea!
  • Thank you.
  • Stop using water bottles & use a reusable bottle instead.
  • We should not throw away trash in the sea.
  • Whenever I go to the beach, my family and I always bring trash bags to pick up any litter that is washed up ashore, or any other trash that people throw away on the beach. It's a good family bonding time, but it also feels good to help the environment in this small way.
  • The smallest act is to minimize my plastic usage.
  • Reduce or eliminate my use of products that use plastic microbeads.
  • An easy way to protect sea life, which anyone can do, is to not throw away any garbage in any waterway such as rivers and storm drains.
  • Clean up litter I guess
  • Ensuring that all rubbish is placed in correct buns and not on the street or in the water.
  • SMALLEST act? Hm... not throwing cigarette butts into the water?
  • Stop manufacturing plastics in my plastic ring factory.
  • Stop littering and others from doing so, pick up rubbish that's lying around and start taking your own bags to the supermarket instead of using plastic bags.
  • Don't go near the coral at all
  • I always cut open can rings that come with six packs to protect sea turtles, as well as recycling in general. I also have donated to companies who are coming up with genius inventions to help clean up the oceans.
  • Don't flush harmful chemicals down the toilet
  • I think driving less, or using public transportation is the best small thing one can do to save sea life. Rising temperatures could harm sea life (like coral) and the only way we can even slow that is by reducing the amount of carbon we release into the atmosphere.
  • I will put garbage bin across the sea coast so that people won't throw garbage into the sea anymore.
  • The smallest act that I do on a weekly basis is to cut any garbage that may end up entangling sea life someday, e.g. plastic rings, 6-pack holders, and various bindings.
  • Pick up the trash from the sea.
  • By not throwing trash into the ocean.
  • Reduce plastic waste
  • Vote for people who care
  • Not buy a boat
  • I could purchase an ocean and fine everyone that litters in my sea.
  • Stop using micro beads
  • Me and my sister regularly rescue fish from shitty pet stores, like petco, that basically let the fish get all kinds of diseases and stuff.
  • throw trash away properly
  • I could clean up trash on the nearby beaches
  • Pick up litter from the beach
  • Recycle plastic bottles. There are recycling cans everywhere, and there is practically no excuse not to use them.
  • stop using face wash with plastic beads for exfoliation. the micro beads eventually get washed away with the water and makes its way into the seas being poisonous to small fish and ocean organisms. at least thats what i keep saying when people ask why dont i wash my face.
  • Drinking filtered water instead of bottled water!
  • If I get a 6 pack of cans with the plastic holds I usually cut or rip them so if it does make its way to a body of water somehow a fish or turtle won't have to wear it as a necklace for the rest of its life
  • Để rác đúng nơi quy định. Không xả thải ra biển.
  • Be a decent human being and NOT throw garbage into the sea.
  • I think not using super toxic shampoo helps? I am not entirely too sure though.
  • Recycling waste properly to prevent it entering the ocean.
  • Picking up any trash I see when walking on the beach.
  • I love corals and fish. Great idea
  • I annually participate in the beach clean up in my area in Southern California. I also donate to the surf rider foundation. I love the ocean and corals in particular, I used to have a coral reef tank as well because I love the ocean so much.
  • not throwing trash in the water
  • by not throwing trash anywhere.
  • One thing that I could do to protect sea life in donate to my local Ocean Conservation Association. I live right by the beach, and I've been deep-sea-diving many times, I know just how important coral reefs are to our oceans, and perhaps it's time I consider donating to make that possible.
  • Always cut your plastics before recycling, never know who it might hurt.
  • never throw trash to the sea when playing there
  • Anyone can protect sea life by not dumping plastics in the oceans.
  • When I visit the beach or go scuba diving, I try to clean up any trash I might find.
  • recycle more ofen
  • Recycle plastic.
  • stop throwing trash into the sea
  • Cut out seafood from my diet
  • I always cut up the plastic rings from bottles and that hold cans together.
  • Stop using non-recyclable water bottles and plastics in my day-to-day.
  • Stop littering!
  • The smallest act I can do to protect sea life is to be vegetarian. So many fish populations (even dolphins) are devastated by over-fishing. Cutting off my consumption of this is what I consider the smallest act I can do to protect sea life.
  • I will stop using straws!!! I'll also continue to participate in clean up drives.
  • Recycle plastic. As simple as that. That's the absolutely easiest thing anyone can do to save the sealife.
  • It'd be cool to see resin made of recycled materials.
  • Donate to organizations, don't throw trash on the sea, and tell people around me to protect the ocean.
  • Don’t throw your junk in the ocean
  • Tell others about the importance of preserving nature
  • I always cut the plastic rings on 6-packs.
  • recycle and start using more biodegradable products
  • I live on the Canary Islands and I participated cleaning some beaches.
  • Stop drinking bottled water!
  • Don’t dump trash in the drains that lead to the ocean
  • Protect sea life by setting an example to your friends and peers by not littering and following rules concerning the ocean.
  • Use re-usable bags for shopping.
  • Make sure not to litter in an attempt to keep garbage out of the ocean
  • Stop using things like plastic bags that could potentially end up in the sea
  • I can buy safer detergent to keep my water waste cleaner
  • I avoid buying plastic water bottles as so many of them end up in the ocean.
  • Stop flushing garbage
  • Không xả rác xuống biển, bọc nhựa, vỏ lon nước phải được bỏ vào thùng rác.
  • Really love your design and hope I can win :)
  • Voice support for legislation that backs the Paris climate accord.
  • Recycle my plastic so less goes into the oceans.
  • Use less plastic. There are thousands of tons of plastic floating in the sea killing wildlife. By switching to reusable bags at the store, and not using plastic bottles we can help stop plastic from collecting in the sea.
  • Stop water pollution
  • I think the smallest thing is to eliminate as much waste as we can with recyclables. Another small thing that I know people do is cut soda can plastic holders so that if they end up being tossed in an ocean dump somewhere, no animals can get stuck in the plastic.
  • Support organizations working to protect the ocean
  • Continue recycling and inform others the dangers of littering.
  • Spread the awareness in subtle ways inside your social circle.
  • Pick up trash at La Jolla beach
  • Spread awareness of our dependency on the ocean.
  • What we need to do exactly is using right words
  • ban all glitter worldwide
  • I have completely stopped using straws, so many plastic straws end up in the oceans each year. Drink with your mouth people!
  • Vote for people who actually listen to the scientific community.
  • In the near future when I graduate college. I will use my resources that we should take care of the environment. I am concerned about what is happening to our mother nature. I will encourage people that we should take care Mother Earth.Especially the oceans. Water is the most essential thing in Earth and without it we will be damned. I would promote movements to save the ocean and the coral reefs. If I win I would be glad. But I am very thankful to guys like you because you care for the ocean. Thank you for the effort to save our waters and Godbless!
  • Recycle more so trash doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • Reduce the amount of unrecycled garbage, preventing more landfill growth and stray debris in our oceans.
  • I am studying to become a oceanographer and marine biologist at the University of British Columbia!
  • The smallest act I currently do is just to make sure I'm recycling all of my waste products that I can.
  • Reduce the amount of unrecycled garbage, preventing more landfill growth and stray debris in our oceans.
  • Cut the rings on 6 pack bottles of soda.
  • I can use coral reef safe sunscreen!
  • Anytime I buy soda that has the plastic rings, I always cut the rings so it can’t get stuck around any animals neck and hurt them!
  • Don't throw trash on the sea
  • Donate to conservation charities
  • not throw my cigarette butts on the beach and take em to the trash
  • The smallest act that could be done by any global citizen to protect sea life would be to reduce or forgo the use of plastics, especially in disposable items
  • Not to litter and dispose of waste properly
  • Cleaning up beaches.
  • Do not leave any trash at the beach and clean up after others.
  • The smallest thing I could do is use a re-usable bottle for drinking water rather than purchasing plastic water bottles.
  • I am in the process of setting up a 125 gallon reef tank. I am an avid fish keeper and plan on raising and growing out corals. Both because of the love I have for my hobby and interest in helping regrow the great reefs.
  • Smallest act that still makes an impact is to bring your own shopping bag when going to the groceries. Using less plastic will help heal the ocean
  • Recycle properly
  • The smallest act I could do is to make sure that my whole house recycles to help out with global warming so that the water in the ocean doesn’t get too warm for coral reefs
  • Use less plastic items such as utensils and plastic bags.
  • I could be more careful about recycling plastics so they don't end up in a land fill.
  • Check your car for leaks! Oils and chemicals that leak from your car may end up in the oceans and damage sea life.
  • I live far from the sea myself - otherwise I'd enjoy volunteering with marine-biologist run programs. BUT the smallest act I CAN do is Recycle more, my town picks up cardboard/paper, Glass, & plastic bottles HOWEVER they only take type "1 & 2 plastic". I use many items that come in recyclable material, but it's usually a type "5" or other which locally is treated as trash - However in & taking in all the stuff that is not picked up bi-weekly from my home into a recycling center that DOES ACCEPT these materials, I will therefore help, at least in my own small way to keeping our Planet's Oceans clean!
  • Using paper products instead of styrofoam and plastics.
  • Not pollute the ocean
  • Simply pay attention. Preserving water as much as possible is a small action with a big impact, especially with a large following on a small act.
  • save the energy and try not to build anymore nuclear powe plant
  • Making sure to recycle as much plastic as possible.
  • Let's face it: It can be as simple as don't ever bring trash to the ocean.
  • Because higher sea temperatures cause coral bleaching, reducing carbon footprint by being mindful of electtical appliances and reducing vehicle usage to contribute less to global warming is the smallest act I could do to protect sea life.
  • I've recently stopped eating all animal products! Hopefully I can help protect sea life by keeping it up.
  • Eat less fish!
  • Adopt a fish!
  • stop buying products with micro plastics
  • Switch to public transport and choosing products based on their effect on sea life.
  • To reduce carbon dioxide output to slow down acidification of the ocean.
  • recycling any of the plastic materials
  • Treat the beach with respect. Keep it clean!
  • I live on an Island off the coast of Florida, you see garbage fairly often in some parts of beaches that aren't frequented. Try to pick it up and don't leave yours lying around either. It's too often that you see garbage floating through the water off the pier.
  • I am actually actively involved in protecting sea life! I help breed saltwater and freshwater fish to reduce the demand from the ocean. The more tank raised coral and fish that are available, the less are taken from the ocean. I have my own personal reef tank right on my desk that I love looking at it, and would absolutely LOVE to have one of these keycaps to enjoy as well. Thank you so much for creating such beautiful keycaps and raising awareness about the devastation facing our coral reefs.
  • make sure harmful chemicals are disposed of properly, rather than just throwing them down the drain
  • The smallest possible act I could do to protect sea life is to pick up a single piece of litter on the beach.
  • To stay consistent in recylcing. Non biodegradable items should always be recyled. Stay green!
  • Consider using less fuels where I can! :)
  • Use less disposable plastic items (e.g. water bottle, grocery bag)
  • Cut any plastic soda can rings
  • Collect rubbish from the beach. Or if you want smaller, I guess riding my bike instead of driving my car
  • clean up the beaches
  • Not litter and pickup litter I see.
  • Không vứt rác xuống môi trường biển; không khai thác, sản xuất các công nghiệp nặng gần khu vực biển.
  • I believe that everyone can contribute to protecting sea life by simply holding back from littering near or into ocean bodies.
  • Recycle. Too many plastic bottles (and other items) end up in the ocean every day.
  • Purchasing only sustainably sourced sea products
  • When I was visiting family in Karachi, Pakistan, I was playing cricket with my uncles, my dad and my brothers, the cricket ball landed in the water close to shore. I saw lots of plastic bottles and varios bits of trash. I threw the ball back to my family and went to connect an armful of trash and retruned it to shore, where I disposed of it in a trash can. Now that I am more busy I can try to do the same when on vacation, but I'll try to donate to water conservation efforts and research groups.
  • Spread the word.
  • Don't buy items at the grocery store that come in plastic netting.
  • Recycling, so trash doesn't end up in the ocean.
  • i joined a campaign by Melbourne Aquarium about sea life conservation.
  • Donate to the Coral Reef Conservation!
  • Not add any trash to the ocean when we are near the beach
  • Only buy\consume sustainably sourced fish.
  • Recycle plastics
  • Encourage proper recycling and disposal of plastics and waste to minimize run off to the ocean!
  • The smallest act? Easy! Simply watch what you flush! Avoid small plastics especially, and it is incredibly easy to do!
  • Donate money to my my local aquarium's project
  • I clean as i go when it comes to solid waste, been trying to reduce my plastic usage the best as i can.
  • We could stop throwing away plastic.
  • don't use as much plastic :P
  • Use less straws since they are a major pollutant of our oceans.
  • Since I live in Hawaii. I pick up any rubbish I come across when I go to the beach.
  • Never use glitter ever again!
  • Small everyday changes can greatly affect the amount of pollution that endangers. For example; reducing the amount of plastic used in your life.
  • My family proudly lives a zero-waste lifestyle! We feel it is so easy to recycle as much as possible and avoid buying products with excess packaging because most waste ends up in bodies of water bringing harm to such gorgeous animals and plants found in coral reefs. Thanks so much for the giveaway - the caps are incredibly beautiful!
  • - Recycle
  • - Don't throw trash in the sea.
  • I have protested with my environmental society group in my uni, i actively send letters to my local representative about the impact of the recently proposed coal mines near the barrier reef. As far as small act every day? i use rainwater storage tanks in order to water my plants.
  • Prevent my self and family to throw anything into sea.
  • Dont touch the corals or animals when snorkeling or scuba diving.
  • Donate to aquatic wildlife organizations and participate in volunteer events
  • Make sure all my plastic is recycled!
  • If everyone could use their cars less, walk or ride a bike if possible. It could really help lessen carbon dioxide in the air and thus ocean acidification. Maybe picking up litter from the beaches too, too much rubbish floats out into the sea which sea life can choke on or get caught in. Lastly, using a box to carry groceries instead of plastic bags.
  • The smallest act I could do is spread the importance of preserving the ocean. Educating our younger generations about keeping our beaches clean, recycling and preserving the beauty of it all.
  • Help clean up your local beaches and don't support sea world.
  • donate or help build artificial reefs in Gulf of Mexico
  • Avoid buying plastic bottle water!
  • Living in Hawaii, I feel like one of the smallest acts I can do to protect the ocean's sea life is to admire it's beauty without disturbing it.
  • Properly dispose of trash and other waste to make sure it doesn't find its way into the ocean.
  • Reduce Reuse Repair Recycle Rethink :)
  • I always try to keep an eye out for garbage others have left behind when I am enjoying nature. As well as making sure to never leave anything behind of my own. It's always disappointing to see discarded bottles on nature trails.
  • Pick up garbage when looking for shells with my kids.
  • Use fewer plastic items
  • Pick up trash on the beach
  • I've been regularly volunteering to clean the beaches of Chennai, India. It sort of became my weekend activity during college. I live in Bangalore now, so the frequency has reduced lately.
  • Take care of the Beach, support organizations working to protect the Ocean, influence change in my Community, educate myself about Oceans and Marine life.
  • Be an advocate and resource for people lacking education in aquatic ecosystems and to keep donating to the preservation of natural habitats and fighting the stigmatism against scuba diving and exploring the vast world of the depths below. Thank you for this giveaway and your good purposes
  • The smallest act I could do is reduce my consumption and recycle the plastic that I use in my house. We have enough plastics polluting our ocean!
  • Cutting the plastic soda rings before throwing them away just in case they end up in the ocean.
  • I think the smallest act one can do to help protect the sea life is turn off electronics. CO2 is one of the largest negative forces acting on the oceans, so anything that helps curb CO2 generation would be beneficial.
  • I live in a country with large coastal plains. Whenever the water drains, there are a lot of garbage caught in between the rocks. I often go there to collect those. Glad that I am doing something to help the ocean environment.
  • Clean up any trash that you see on the beach
  • I could reduce the amount of plastics consumption that I use each day, since much of that material ends up as waste in the sea.
  • I love biking to class, for the exercise and to reduce my carbon foot print; gotta keep those green house gasses from heating our oceans!
  • Pick up trash you find on the beach. Any plastic can be deadly to sea life.
  • I will use fewer plastic products.
  • The smallest act I could to to protect is pick up at the beach when I leave.
  • Stop using plastic drinking straws. Buy a reusable stainless steel or glass drinking straws if you must use one.
  • Be informed about endangered species and help inform others.
  • Dispose of items properly (recycle cans and the plastic binding things) so they don't end up in the ocean.
  • Collect water bottles from ne8ghbors and recycle
  • Use fewer plastic bags when I go shopping for groceries.
  • Make sure my friends and I clean up after ourselves after a day at the beach.
  • Stop my family from using glitter and face wash with exfoliating beads
  • Reducing Litter and donating to charities.
  • The smallest act you can do that actually helps sea life is reducing the amount of rain water your property drains into the sewers! During rainfall some systems overflow and let out contaminated water into water systems, which in turn contaminate seas and oceans. By installing better gutters you could really reduce the impact of your property!
  • Stop using plastic!
  • Abstain from purchasing products that use plastic micro-beads. Sea life mistake these for food and ingest the indigestible pellets causing injury and even death.
  • The smallest act would be to just recycle, and never litter.
  • Use fewer plastic products
  • I don't live near the beach, but I do my part in recycling.
  • Share this video
  • Hosting events/fundraisers to raise awareness of our oceans’ current conditions.
  • Stop eating scallops (scallop harvesting practices damage the life around them)
  • Stop throwing our trash into the ocean!
  • Use products with less destructive packaging
  • Stop drinking out of plastic water bottles so not as much plastic ruins the oceans :)
  • Buy less products with disposable plastics, that break quickly and require frequent replacement. Buy quality items that last instead!
  • Research good and bad seafood sources
  • Recycle.
  • Not use the 6 ring plastics from beer or soda cans. They are awful, and should be biodegradable!
  • Recycle plastic instead of throwing it away... if you go to the beach make sure to clean up after yourself... every little thing counts!
  • Do not litter, donate a small portion every year to sea preservation organizations.
  • I could stop consuming so many products packaged with plastic.
  • Stop using plastic bags
  • I make sure to recycle ♻️ my trash.
  • The smallest act that any one person can do is simply be aware of what’s going on with the reef. Just knowing what’s happening could shape their future actions and how they treat/ respect the environment.
  • The smallest act you could do to save sea life would be to pick up trash you see when walking on a beach. No trash to float into the water = no trash to harm sea life!
  • Using cloth bags for shopping instead of plastic bags, which often end up in the ocean where marine wildlife eats it.
  • Picking up trash found in the ocean or beaches.
  • Clean a beach
  • Cut up plastic six pack rings, and recycle.
  • Start cutting the plastic surrounding my 6 packs in addition to recycling.
  • Observe but not touch
  • Stop using so much plastic because it can end up in the ocean and pollute it!
  • Plastic in the oceans is a growing problem. If we recycle our plastic items, there will be less plastic items that end up in the ocean.
  • Stop littering.
  • I always make sure to throw away litter I find on the ground, keeping as much trash out of the storm drains as possible
  • Teach me daughter about the importance of sea
  • Every weekend, I go to the beaches in Singapore to clear the rubbish left on the beach. It's a volunteer thing and many others are doing it with me. It keeps the pollution away from out waters and in turn keeping Singapores marine life safe and healthy :)
  • I make sure to recycle properly.
  • Stay booking to the train station rather than driving or taking the bus.
  • Write to the Queensland government to make them aware of the discord between what the public waves versus the actions taken by the Government.
  • Use more natural chemicals in household applications (such as cleaning your keyboard) to reduce the toxicity if you're produced runoff
  • The easiest thing I've done to protect sea life is being vegan. It's such a simple thing to do, and helps me feel better about my place in the world and what I'm doing to protect it.
  • I live near the beach, so simply picking up some rubbish everytime I go can save sea life.
  • Cut the plastic that holds bottles together before recycling it
  • Cut appart the 6 pack holders before throwing them in the trash.
  • Especially when by the ocean, refrain from littering.
  • Don't litter, & discourage friends & family from littering
  • The smallest act I would do to protect sea life is do my best to stop the use of microplastics in my life.
  • I wont throw garbages into sea
  • The smallest act would be to barnacle a keycap to bring sea life to the cap.
  • I will be concious about using plastics that are difficult to breakdown when recycled and seek out alternative solutions.
  • Pick up the rubbish wrappers at school to stop wind blowing them into the oceans
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  • Recycle my plastic waste!
  • Stop throwing trash into the sea
  • I think it is a garbage separator. that increases the recycling of resources. and reduce harvesting of the sea, contaminants also reduce pollution of seawater.
  • join cleaning the sea beach
  • Avoid throwing garbage into the sea
  • Stop the use of microbeads in hygene products.
  • Educate oneself, then others, about marine life.
  • Stop using plastic bags that end up in our oceans and use reusable bags instead
  • Avoid dumping anything that is hazardous to sea life into any plumbing that connects to the sea.
  • Pick up trash on the beach!
  • Simply bring a small bag for trash with you when you visit the beach, lake, river, or go out on your boat. Grab a few pieces waste you pass by. You can make a huge difference by leaving nature a little cleaner than how you found it!
  • I'm a web developer, I can build a website for awareness and donations to protect sea life.
  • Throw rubbish in the trash, it is unbelievable even being pretty far inland how far plastic can fly on the wind. If people put more stuff in the bin it would help our sea life around the world immensely.
  • Own a reusable water bottle
  • Make sure that none of my plastic goes to landfills because often times this same plastic finds its way into the ocean and kills wildlife.
  • Throw away trash on the beach!
  • My family and I often recycle our plastics to prevent them from being in a landfill or possibly the ocean. Being a scuba diver, I often encourage people to simply watch sea life instead of interfering with it.
  • Post this link on social media to raise awareness for this issue.
  • Switching to natural shower and bath products that contain no microbeads, which is something already done in my household. There are lots of alternatives and there is way too much plastic in our waters!
  • I think recycling goes a long way instead of having all the plastic getting into the oceans.
  • Promote awareness of the impact of human development on our natural world.
  • i try often to watch the material of my clothes to prevent microfibre pollution
  • Not litter in oceans
  • dont throw trash
  • Pick up trash at the beach whenever you're there!
  • I am doing my part by picking trash out of the ocean from my boat.
  • Recylce.
  • Join local wildlife conservation efforts!
  • When at the beach, ensure you take all trash with you and place plastics in recycle containers when leaving.
  • Not littering in the sea.
  • Properly dispose of thrash.
  • Snip the loops on soda plastic binders to prevent sea-life from becoming stuck in them if they reach the ocean!
  • Put yo trash in the recycling
  • Donate to Sea protection groups
  • One less trash in the waterway goes a long way. By bringing home your trash or properly disposing of it, it will ensure that at least 1 less marine life would be harmed by the effects of trash.
  • Try to avoid buying fish that are overfished.
  • no littering
  • Stop eating sea life and polluting the ocean.
  • As I live in the city,there is no direct way for me to protect to keep the beach unpolluted.But I figured out a way to protect the sea life.That is keeping the sewers cleaned.In addition,we must clean all the trashes which are stuck on sewers hole.The most important thing is do not pour any unprocessed chemicals or motor-oil directly to the sewers.I hope my actions not just could save the sea life,but save the whole environment.
  • By 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. So, please do your best to refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle your plastic things!
  • By not purchasing seafood that's obtained illegally, or in a non-environmentally manner
  • Don't use & take nylon bag when you go to the beach !!!
  • The smallest act to help save sea life is by observing sea life and not touch the sea life.
  • Controlling what harmful chemicals you wash down the drain. Oils, fats and hardwaste are often discarded down waterways.
  • Instead of tossing trash out the window of my car, I let it accumulate, and sort through it on a weekly basis to separate the recycling.
  • To protect sea life i would stop eating fish
  • The smallest thing i could do to protect sea life would be to help prevent ocean littering. Just pick up any trash you happen across when you are around.
  • To protect sea life, such as coral, you can do many things in your own home to help combat deterioration of ocean life. For one, you can reduce the amount of wastewater that is being produced by keeping your gutters, sinks, and drains free of chemicals and switching to biodegradable laundry detergents. As well, you can cut back on your consumption of plastic, and therefore reduce the amount of plastic waste that gets dumped into the ocean.
  • Recycle plastic and aluminum products.
  • Vote for the people who care.
  • I don't use plastic.
  • Recycle plastics & metals to keep trash out of the oceans and reefs
  • Instead of throwing away and recycling, divide your waste into four places, reuse, recycle, compost, and trash. Then one fourth of the damage ends up in the ocean. I have been doing this for years.
  • Buy a reusable water bottle and grocery bag.
  • I will reduce the amount of plastic I use.
  • The smallest act I could do to protect sea life would be to infiltrate Donald Trump's fascist administration and share his secrets to the world. That way, when he is killed and buried at sea like Bin Laden, his flesh will serve as food for all the cute lil fishies.
  • Limit trash
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  • Not driving my car to the bakery which is only 200m from my house.
  • Reduce carbon footprint to help stop/slow climate change that affects sea temperatures and causes coral bleaching.
  • Put trash and recyclables in their correct locations to do my part in preventing dangerous materials reaching and harming sea life. :)
  • I live in Australia. Home to the biggest reef in the world so this resonates a lot. I would show a picture of the before and after of how bleached and dead our corals have become. That should all it take.
  • Take the bicycle to work as often as possible :)
  • I bring a garbage back with me when I’m sailing out at sea, and collect any rubbish I happen to come across when I’m on my breaks. Even if it isn’t much, hopefully my actions have prevented a sea turtle from gagging on a plastic bag, or fishes choking from micro plastic inhalation.
  • I usually help to clean up the coastal area near my city. I think even a small act like that could help to lessen the adverse impact human beings have had on our ecosystem. Great things always started from the tiniest good deeds!
  • Never litter in the ocean.
  • Recently was able to get my apartment complex to finally get a recycling dumpster. Less trash means more of it kept out of the oceans!
  • Buy only sustainable seafood
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle
  • Glass + Water = Drink
  • No waste to kill the oceans with.
  • Not wear chemical sunscreen when going to the beach
  • This type of artisan is one of my favourite cuz those are normally made of crazy creativity
  • Recycle.
  • The smallest act? I use reusable shopping bags instead of plastic ones
  • Pick up one piece of rubbish whenever I go to the beach
  • I dont use plastic straws
  • Say no to shark fin , and try to convince all the people that around me to do the same thing
  • I have always loved the ocean and coral reefs. Although I live in the center of the United States, I am very interested in helping save the coral reefs indirectly. I can, like you all at jellykey, spread the word of what is going on and get other people involved as well. I just want to say thanks, it was a wonderful idea to do this giveaway.
  • I'm studying industrial design so I can include less disposable plastic materials in my products
  • Don't litter :)
  • Not drink beer with the 6 plastic rings.
  • Recycle the garbage right.
  • Don't litter at the beach
  • I choose to use products with little or no packaging to reduce the impact my waste has on the oceans.
  • I've stopped using products with plastic micro beads in them.
  • Stop using facewash with micro beads in!
  • I would buy less bottled water and use my own water bottle for Everyday use!
  • Stop using plastic shopping bags and disposable water bottles.
  • Hello , I m 18 years old and since 3 years ago I decided not to throw any thrash randomly (how a lot of people do .. they throw it in the sea , on green spaces , rivers )
  • My heart grew up when last year I saw one of my friends doing the same .
  • Banning plastic bags out of my life.
  • Buying less plastic goods.
  • Stop using glitter! I heard it is hurting sea life.
  • The smallest act we could do is use less plastics. It's crazy how much of our plastics packages goes into the oceans... If everyone used glass bottles and recycled their plastics things we wouldn't have such problems!
  • Stop trashing the ocean with plastic wastes
  • I recycle plastic, metal, paper etc. I also use re-usable fruit bag.
  • Recycling plastic, extremely simple but stopping every bit of litter you can saves sea life.
  • The smallest thing I can do to help protect sea-life is by investing less in disposable plastics.
  • My life no SeaFood
  • prevent pollution
  • Not throw trash in the ocean.
  • Prevent trash from being thrown into the ocean.
  • I'm living in Czechia, a country that has no access to sea at all. The least I could do is to raise awareness of the people here.
  • Not eat fish
  • I already made a donation to Sea Shepherd one of the associations that i trust the most. although i'm not even in my majority, i would maybe in the next years try to engage myself in one of there campaigns.
  • Hello! Smallest act to protect sea life would be reducing plastic footprint, starting from segregating your rubbish, saving energy( live your RGB disco on your keb for special occasions only 😂 ), use fewer plastic products (I don't mean keycaps! , just stop snacking on rubbish, cook more food yourself) and the most important of small acts would be.... Knowledge! Educate your self and question everything... Some things are very wrong, but because of they socially accepted we assume that this is how world works but it isn't! Excuse my grammar and have a good one!
  • When I visit sea shore, I will help collecting garbage from the beach :)
  • Stop using nilon bag
  • Reduce consumption of plastic. Commit to using reusable bags and bottles.
  • I always appreciate your works. Art is achieved in numerous ways, this is one expression of beauty and hard work.
  • Kudos! :)
  • Greetings from Italy.
  • Where I live we have tons of rivers, lakes and other bodies of water but sadly, no sea. I can't bring much to sea life, but its bright colors and alien nature could bring a much needed refresh in my otherwise monotone office space.
  • Don't litter
  • I recycle a very large portion of my garbage!
  • reporting manufacturing facilities that pours their waste water unprocessed into the water bodies
  • I pick up trash on the beach when I see it, not all but when I can. I think that will make an example and people will think twice before they dumb something to the sea.
  • Something as simple as not littering in the sea.
  • We need to make people aware of the problem.
  • Wish me luck!
  • Make sure I don't buy any products with small plastic particles which can can harm the sea life.
  • Recycles bois
  • Use less plastic
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  • Avoid throwing trash or plastic into storm drains, which often drain into rivers and the ocean.
  • reduce plastic bottle waste at home
  • Buying only certified fish and not buying endangered ones
  • win a coral keycap giveaway & promote it!
  • Leave the dang shells on the beach!
  • use less plastics
  • Not litter the trash in the sea. Bring a plastic bag with you to the beach and clean up for 2 minutes each time you are there.
  • Not use microbead-containing products
  • Not use microbead-containing products
  • Practice sustainable behaviour like recycling, using less plastic, opt for cleaner energy. Most waste goes to the ocean, and together we can make our ocean better by practicing sustainable behaviour in our everyday’s life
  • Reducing the usage of single-use items. They’re all around us, from plastic shopping bags, to polystyrene foam takeout containers; to say “no thank you” to them when in a pinch requires a degree of mindfulness. Once discarded, they become a major contributor to the 8 million tons of plastic waste (the equivalent of approximately 5.1 billion full-sized Topre keyboards) that flow into the marine ecosystem every year. Investing in a reusable bag and tupperware containers is a great way to start. Too often, we put our own convenience above all, and the long-term effects of our choices are neglected, stowed at the back of our minds for a time that may come too late. The time to act is now, a small act becomes a movement when many partake in it.
  • Also, I would recommend to anyone the book, ‘Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming’, it’s a cool read worth checking out!
  • Thank you so much for holding this giveaway, just looking these eye-catching keycaps make me appreciate the real deal reef even more.
  • Recycle
  • No littering!
  • To be responsible whenever i travel through the ocean. Never throw garbage or things on the water
  • cut the plastic rings that hold beers together.
  • collect plastic from the beach
  • I would not put any garbage in any beach or ocean and I will also suggest my friends and my family to do so.
  • I don't really know I'm not very educated xD
  • Visit the beach, maybe pick up a can while I'm there
  • recycle
  • Picking up litter along as the beach, buying stuff that uses less packaging; bulk foods and etc.
  • Going vegan
  • The easiest act that everyone can do is to stop filling the ocean with trash and toxins and if you are walking on the beach and you see a plastic bottle then take the time to pick it up. I personally would do everything against hunting whales and sharks for fins and hunting animals such as orcas for entertainment purposes which is so much against their nature.
  • As silly as it sounds, I've cut up the plastic that keeps packs of beer together since I was small, I can't remember exactly what started it but I must have seen something with fish being trapped by them and I've never been able to leave them alone.
  • Use less plastic products.
  • Buy eco friendly detergent!
  • The smallest act that I could do to protect sea life is to always ensure that I put my rubbish in a bin, so that it can be disposed of correctly, rather than ending up in the ocean or sea life.
  • I don't use plastic bags in supermarkets anymore and try to reuse vegetables packing bags, too
  • The smallest thing I could do is to tell others about protecting sea life, so that more people think about their actions and their impact on the environment.
  • Use reusable water bottles.
  • although I live in a country that has no sea near it(austria) I can help by reducing my metal/plastic waste by buying less soda cans and most importantly not using plastic wrapping
  • Recycle plastics
  • Stop littering
  • By rejecting plastic bags when shopping and using fabric shopping bags instead.
  • recycle
  • Reuse the bags that's my key caps are supplied in
  • Picking up litter
  • Reduce pollution by cutting down on wastage
  • The smallest act to protect sea life is not going to the sea . It sounds weird , but let mother nature do her job . I'm pretty sure she is better than us at caring about the sea and handling problems
  • the smallest act would be not throwing stuff into the sea
  • poor sea :(
  • Recycle! Each year countless tons of plastics are dumped into the ocean, having drastic impacts on coral and sea life.
  • Clean my waste everytime i go to the beach :D
  • No throwing plastics into the ocean.
  • I am a scientist involved in molecular biology research that might one day be useful in helping coral buffer itself against the rising acidity of the sea
  • Stop using plastic utensils and straws everyday.
  • Help not contribute to pollution by recycling and conserving.
  • Pick up other people's rubbish
  • The smallest act that I can do to protect the sea is to always dispose of my rubbish properly so that it does not end up floating in our beautiful waters.
  • not litter
  • Don't litter and keep the water clean.
  • Hello! Thanks for doing this. Marine life is so important.
  • Unfortunately, I'm not in a position to help greatly. I have stopped buying plastic bags in the past year, as the sea litter is increasingly alarming.
  • I think appreciating our oceans more will help. Bringing more people to the seas or to ethical aquariums will doubtless encourage others to help in whatever way they can.
  • Keep up the great work! SAVE THE SEA LIFE!
  • We separate all our garbage in house and even out house!
  • switch to sustainable seafood
  • Stop using cleaning shower products with microbeads.
  • Stop people drom littering in the beach
  • Stop eating seafood :)
  • Taking care of our beaches and minding my carbon footprint!
  • Not buying plastic bottles
  • Use backpacks instead of plastic bags
  • Use less plastic
  • Cut the plastic that keep the cans together before throwing it
  • I live very far from any ocean, so I'm not sure. Maybe the next time I'm vacationing at the sea, I could pick up some trash from around the beach.
  • I bought an nice Parley ultra boost 3.0 as an act of supporting sea conservation made by Adidas and Parley company.
  • As a Scuba instructor, a big part of my job is encouraging my students to protect marine life both while they are underwater and when they are on land. One thing I encourage them to do is to limit use of single use plastics, especially plastic straws. Living without plastic straws is a tiny sacrifice to make but can have a huge impact in how much deadly plastic ends up in our oceans. Just think about how many straws we use and throw out in a year! It’s a lot of waste for very small benefit so why not simply stop sucking?
  • I think I could legitimately stop using plastic bags this year. I only do use them when I'm lazy and forget a reusable bag. Other than that, I already don't eat seafood.
  • Save energy. Climate change not only affects the air temperature, but the oceans as well.
  • Stop using disposable plastic water bottles!
  • Create Waste-To-Energy Plants and lobby for them so we could reduce the amount of trash that goes into landfills and the ocean!
  • I use Gen-Cup for drinks and I don't use product of skincare which is inculde microbeads.
  • Stop using plastic bags. I live near the ocean in CA and it has made a major impact.
  • Stop throwing plastic waste out to the sea <3
  • Do not use disposable plasstics, like plastic bags. Instead, buy and reuse glass or metal containers, that will last a lifetime if treated properly and have a much lower environmental impact.
  • Eat beef instead :)
  • Recycle all plastics.
  • The smallest act I can do is to make sure to recycle and reuse more of the things that I consume so that they do not potentially go to pollute the seas.
  • Reduced plastic usage
  • Thank you! I try not to bring plastic-related stuff when I go to the beachs and leave the place clean/intact.
  • Cut open plastic can holders so if they wind up in the ocean after being discarded, they cannot trap marine life.
  • I volunteer to clean up rivers in the North East US and raise awareness on how irresponsible usage of fertilizers and pesticides can have detrimental effects on the ecosystems of the rivers and the oceans that the rivers drain into.
  • So the smallest act I could do is have a conversation with someone about that.
  • Stopping the polution of the oceans. So that reefs like the ones represented in the keycaps you made, have a chance to provide home and life to the creatures that would normally exist there.
  • There's so many. I know that the 6-pack beverage rings are harmful to birds but also sea animals like tortoises as well. I cut the rings before tossing them into the recycling bin.
  • I could make donations to the conservation of sea life and reefs
  • not throwing trash into sea
  • My wife and I love snorkeling and spending time in the ocean when we travel abroad (she is from Saigon) Whenever we go spend time around corals, we make sure other tourist are conscious of where they are and not to step on the sea life!
  • Just want to say I Love the work you guys do and it is really cool you are based in Vietnam. I visited Ho Chi Minh City about 6 years ago and it was amazing. I will never forget my time traveling through the streets on a scooter!
  • I'm studying to become a marine biologist at FSU, while I won't be focused on coral, I'm sure I'll go diving again to pick up trash near the coast of Florida.
  • Our Co2 emissions are currently killing huge parts of coral reefs all over the world. By choosing climate friendly options, for example electric cars over diesel, one can help save sea life.
  • reduce everyday plastic usage
  • Drive less
  • I would now throw trashes into the ocean. This helps to keep all living things under the water alive.
  • I clean up the beach area around me every time I go. If there are wrappers or cigarettes, I put them in a bag and take them to the garbage.
  • Donate to charities who employ those with expertise in the field.
  • I live in Washington, DC and I frequently go to community cleanup events along the Potomac river as well as the Chesapeake Bay. Marine life is special to the worlda and we need to treat it as such.
  • I think one of the best ways to do it would be to go clean up the beaches by picking up all the trash, this is coming from someone who lives pretty close to the coast, and I think that a lot of wildlife is affected by all this debris.
  • Go on Twitter, tweet about "hopes and prayers" for all the sea life.
  • Convince my friends to stop using daily contacts as they waste a lot of plastic!
  • I could clean up trash on the beach.
  • Ideally, the smallest act I could do that would hopefully have a large impact would be simply reminding everyone how we wouldn't be alive if it wasn't for sea life and the Earth in general. The Earth is quite literally what we need to survive.. and we're destroying it? We have people with large titles and large amounts of power running the Earth, making decisions that will increase the rate of climate change, leading to the destruction of our own planet. They all do it for money. Money doesn't matter when none of us are alive.
  • clean up beach so it's cleaner than when i arrived
  • I like to scuba dive and the smallest act I could do to protect sea life is recycling.
  • Reduce the amount of plastic I use every day so it doesn’t end up in the ocean as trash
  • Collect floating trash from the ocean to protect the sea life from plastics
  • Minimize the amount of disposable plastic in my life to reduce the already staggering amount in our oceans.
  • I pick up any trash I find on the beach when I'm out running.
  • Use a reef-safe sunscreen when swimming in tropical oceans!
  • I use my bike whenever i can to avoid any more ocean acidification
  • Recycle plastic bottles.
  • I will make people aware if littering in the sea and beaches
  • Stop using styrofoam, and stop using individually packaged items.
  • I would teach both my kids to respect the Earth's oceans and ensure our waste doesn't go into the oceans.
  • I always cut the plastic rings on Soda carriers and recycle plastic bags. I have been diving in Hawaii and learned a lot about conservation :) Plus I have a SeaCap with a Whale Shark!
  • Spread awareness through websites and social media.
  • Cut each ring in a plastic six pack can holder so that it can't get stuck on any sea animal.
  • Ensuring that you aren't throwing trash into the sea.
  • Recycle responsibly and not litter.
  • Stop buying bottled water!
  • Stop using plastic bottles.
  • The smallest act would be to put a coral themed key on my keyboard I use everyday to spread awareness.
  • Pick up just 1 plastic bottle from the beach. If everybody body did it, we’d never have a problem with litter
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