-"We all moan and groan about the loss of the quality of life through the destruction of our ecology, and yet each one of us, in our own little comfortable ways, contributes daily to that destruction. It's time now to awaken in each one of us the respect and attention our beloved mother Earth deserves." How can you keep beaches clean?
You can Use fewer disposable and non-biodegradable products. Remember—the plastic bottle that you use for just a short while will be around for a very long time. •
Dispose of your trash in the right way. Do not litter. It might end up in our oceans. •
Instead Recycle. It helps keep garbage such as glass, plastic and metal out of our oceans.
Not only should you recycle, but buy products that are recycled. By purchasing these products, you are helping to conserve natural resources, and to protect the environment.
Our oceans provide the earth with most of our oxygen, moisture, and weather patterns. To keep our oceans clean we have to start with our beaches. Over 6.5 million dolphins have been killed by tuna fisherman. To help you can: not buy endangered animal products and substitute your purchase to eco friendly products, or Eat dolphin safe tuna, or don't eat tuna at all. You should never release helium balloons into the air. Balloons cause the death for countless numbers of sea turtles and whales. Balloons cause them to suffocate or starve to death. When you are out enjoying nature, no matter how tempting it may be, DO NOT FEED THE WILD ANIMALS! Feeding wild animals makes them dependent upon human food, which will ultimately lead them to starve when humans are not around (usually during winter). If you see a sign that reads "Keep Off Dunes". Do as it says. Use walkovers to get to the beach instead of walking across sensitive dunes, which will help reduce erosion. Dunes protect land against storm waves from the sea, and harbor specialized plants and animals. However, human activity and population expansion threaten their...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document