Hawaii & Sustainable Solutions

Mahalo! First day of Ocean Girl Project camp we do small beach clean-ups and learn about sustainability. The girls are often curious as to why we do not use plastic bags or bottles or forks, spoons, or cups, do you get the idea?? After our first quick beach clean up, it becomes very clear and…

Ocean Girl Surf Camp alternatives to Plastic Ocean

Plastic in the oceans is entirely caused by human action and human inaction. It has as much potential to do harm as the worst climate change scenario and is having greater immediate effects, yet it so far receives comparatively no attention, and very little private or government action or funding.

Ocean Girls love Ocean Defender, Protecting, Educating, Preserving!

In Hawaii we have about 600 different species of tropical reef fish and 25 % of those are endemic ( found nowhere else in the world but here ). Our fish in Hawaii are very special. Have you ever wondered how our fish got here or where did they come from? Let’s start by learning about this.

Capt. Charles Moore on the seas of plastic

Capt. Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he’s drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas. About Charles Moore Charles Moore is founder of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation. He captains the…