The Perfect World Foundation adds “blue” to the work to save the “green”. Dr Sylvia Earle said “our planet contains 70% water, so why do we call it earth”?.

Every year more than 100 million sharks are killed for their fins, 50% of the world’s coral reefs has died during the last 25 years, it could take more than 600 years for a piece of plastic to disappear, if we don´t act fast there will be no turning back to save our paradise.

The Perfect World Foundation launches the new campaign “Save The Ocean” on the island Bohus Malmön on the Swedish west coast on the second of August. Durring the evening there will be entertainment by a number of artists, including one of the most famous Swedish singers Martin Stenmarck. There will be a art auction with art Julian Lennon, Christn Björk, and maybe more, held by the Swedish comedian Jan Rippe.



Every year, 8 million metric tons of plastic end up in our oceans, and that figure could increase by ten-fold over the next 10 years if actions are not taken,



Over one million seabirds are killed by ocean pollution each year. Three hundred thousand dolphins and porpoises die each year as a result of becoming entangled in discarded fishing nets, among other items. One hundred thousand sea mammals are killed in the ocean by pollution each year.

The unaltered stomach contents of a dead albatross chick photographed on Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Pacific in September 2009 include plastic marine debris fed the chick by its parents. (Chris Jordan)


We need to act fast! Read more on The Perfect Worlds Ocean Wildlife Blogg 



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