Eliminate Marine Wildlife from your diet
Watch documentaries to educate yourself on why fishing and human consumption of fish is the biggest threat to our wildlife.
70% of our oxygen comes from the ocean, and the methods such as bottom crawling are destroying the ocean floor along with marine plants and coral that make up our oxygen.
While 1,000 sea turtles die from plastic every year, in the US alone 250,000 turtles are captured, injured or killed each year by fishing nets.
46% of the great pacific garbage patch is made of fishing nets.
Donate to a Charity
Infinity Eco Swim donates 10cents of every bikini piece to R.O.L.E. Foundation, a nonprofit organization working towards a sustainable future for Bali’s communities through women’s empowerment and healthy environmental practices.
Infinity Eco Swim will always be going sustainable and minimizing waste as much as possible by using only recycled materials.
We encourage to shop sustainable brands. As using recovered materials not only generates less waste but also prevents the emissions of many greenhouse gases and water pollutants, and saves energy. Recycling helps to reduce the pollution caused by the extraction and processing of virgin materials.
Eight million metric tons: That’s how much plastic we dump into the oceans each year. Thats about 17.6 billion pounds - or the equivalent of nearly 57,000 blue whales - every single year. By 2050, ocean plastic will outweigh all of the ocean’s fish.
The 5 most common items found in coastal cleanups around the world are all single-use plastics. They are: plastic cigarette butts, food wrappers, plastic beverage bottles, plastic bottle caps, and plastic straws and drink stirrers.
There’s no better feeling than actively doing something to protect our oceans and here are some ways to really get involved!
Say no to single use plastic and start eliminating straws, plastic cutlery, coffee cups, water bottles, plastic bags, balloons, plastic wrapped produce and take-out food containers from your purchases
Get involved in beach clean ups and encourage your friends to join
Cut down on toxic chemicals and use REEF SAVE sunscreen
Educate and spread awareness
Reduce your carbon footprint
While real solutions will require action on a global scale, there are choices you can make in your day-to-day life to lesson your personal impact on the environment and will contribute in the fight to demand climate action
Cutting down on animal products or going on a vegan diet is the best thing you can do for the environment, say experts
Shop consciously by buying fewer, better quality clothing and eliminate fast fashion brands
Make your home energy efficient
If you have access to do so, compost your food waste
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