World Ocean Day

World Ocean Day

10% discount + 10% to Surfers Against Sewage

Making a Difference with Surfers Against Sewage Charity: In alignment with the spirit of World Ocean Day, we are thrilled to announce that not only are we offering 10% discount site wide, but we are also offering a 10% donation to Surfers Against Sewage charity on all orders placed online this weekend (valid on online orders from midday Thursday 8th June until midnight on Monday 12th June 2023).

Discount and donation will be automatically applied.

About World Ocean Day

The world's oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth's surface, serving as a vital source of life, biodiversity, and climate regulation. On June 8th, people worldwide come together to observe World Ocean Day, a global celebration dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of our oceans and taking action to protect and preserve them.

Here we highlight the challenges faced by our oceans, and explore how each individual can contribute to safeguarding this precious resource.

Challenges Faced by Our Oceans:

  1. Plastic Pollution: One of the most pressing issues threatening our oceans is plastic pollution. Millions of tons of plastic waste find their way into the seas each year, causing devastating effects on marine life and ecosystems. World Ocean Day serves as a reminder to reduce single-use plastics, promote recycling, and support initiatives that tackle plastic pollution.

  2. Overfishing: Overfishing, driven by unsustainable practices and a growing demand for seafood, poses a severe threat to marine biodiversity and food security. By raising awareness about responsible fishing practices and supporting sustainable fisheries, we can help restore balance to our oceans.

  3. Climate Change: Rising sea temperatures, ocean acidification, and coral bleaching are just a few of the consequences of climate change on our oceans. World Ocean Day serves as a platform to advocate for climate action, promote renewable energy sources, and reduce carbon emissions to protect marine ecosystems and the millions of species that depend on them.

Taking Action: How You Can Make a Difference:

  1. Educate Yourself: Learn about the issues impacting our oceans and the importance of marine conservation. Stay informed about sustainable seafood choices, the impact of plastic pollution, and the effects of climate change on the oceans.

  2. Reduce Plastic Consumption: Minimize the use of single-use plastics in your daily life. Opt for reusable bags, water bottles, and straws. Support initiatives that promote recycling and plastic waste reduction.

  3. Support Sustainable Seafood: Make informed choices when it comes to seafood consumption. Choose sustainably sourced fish and support local, responsible fisheries. Avoid endangered species and help protect the delicate balance of marine ecosystems.

  4. Engage in Beach Cleanups: Join or organise beach cleanup events in your community. Removing litter from coastlines prevents it from entering the ocean and harming marine life.

  5. Spread Awareness: Use your voice to raise awareness about ocean conservation. Share your knowledge on social media, participate in local events, and engage in conversations to inspire others to take action.

Surfers Against Sewage is a renowned organisation committed to the protection of oceans, waves, and beaches through grassroots campaigns, community engagement, and educational initiatives. By supporting this charity, you can contribute to their efforts in combating plastic pollution, advocating for clean water, and preserving the beauty and health of our oceans.