Teaching Our Children to
Protect Our Ocean
Be Part of the Solution!
Be Part of the Solution!
With over 8 billion people in the world, we create a lot of garbage that ends up buried in landfills or dumped in our ocean. The Garbage Can that Blew Away, encourages us to recycle, and with the help from our woodland animal friends, we learn how our garbage can be recycled in very creative ways. Paperback $15.
Atlantic Marine Conservation Society is an organization of biologists and volunteers with decades of experience in marine mammal and sea turtle research and response. Our mission is to promote marine conservation through action.
Collecting and Recycling balloons. We are proud to partner with ACDS, an organization offering lifetime skills for people with developmental disabilities. Two hundred volunteers perform the vital mission of collecting, sorting, and gathering metrics on balloons.
PICKING UP PLASTIC STUFF
A Campaign to Address Single-Use Plastics
Focusing on solving some of the greatest threats facing our ocean today by bringing people, science and policy together to champion innovation solutions and fight for a sustainable ocean.
From city parks to forests of redwoods, from the air we breathe to the water we drink, everyone depends on a vibrant and healthy world.
Empowering action against the global health crisis of plastic pollution through science, education, and advocacy
People create hundreds of millions of tons of litter every year. To reduce the amount of garbage going into our land fills and into our ocean, reduce the amount of litter you create.
Use recycled bags and not plastic bags when shopping. Use a water bottle and not plastic bottles. Reuse what you can to reduce your garbage.
You can recycle paper, cardboard, glass and plastics.
Repair broken items to be reused again.
A large amount of ocean pollution is plastic litter. Plastics have been on earth for close to 70 years and in that time, we have created over 9 billion tons of plastic litter. Most plastics are not recycled and end up as garbage in landfills and in our ocean. In fact, over 350 million tons of plastics are produced each year but less than 10% are recycled. Do your part to remove ocean litter by participating in beach clean ups and recycle plastic litter!
Prior to being elected to public office, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker started the not-for-profit organization Community Health and Environment Coalition, which advocated that our environment directly affects our health. She received many awards and citations for her environmental advocacy including Woman of the Year for Environment from the community newspaper. As a legislator representing close to 1.5 million residents, Sarah continues to focus on environmental issues, encouraging residents to get involved in keeping our ocean and our environment clean and safe. Sarah lives in Mt. Sinai, New York, where she has raised her three children and continues to work with residents, elected officials, scientists and advocates on environmental issues.
"The most important part in protecting our environment is being an example, by participating in beach cleanups, recycling and using less or no plastic. Let's start now, because what we do now will affect our environment for generations to come."
Erica J. Anker is a Journalism graduate of Hunter College with a Masters in Performance Studies from New York University. She was a reporter and photographer for New York newspapers and magazines and has written many articles related to NYC’s Broadway shows, including show reviews and cast interviews. In addition, she is a prolific reader and writer of fictional stories.
Erica lives in New York City with her dog Alice and continues to encourage everyone to recycle.
At the age of 5 years old, she submitted her illustrated story, The Garbage Can That Blew Away to the Reading Rainbow Writers and Illustrators Contest and won first place in her age group for the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The story is based on an experience she had, when she was 5, as she observed a local town recycling garbage can blow into a wooded area at her home. She was concerned about the litter and decided to write about it with a positive perspective.
Li (Lily) Liu is not only a highly educated and trained artist, she also teaches art and resides in France. She has been working with authors all over the world for over a decade. She is also the illustrator of the best-selling books on Amazon including Her Body Can and Where Is My House, which have won the top Overall in Children's Books.
"Let us start with small things, let us give children hope and courage to maintain the environment. Let love become a sustainable force, children deserve a better world!"
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