Who better than to bring this years 21 Days for the Ocean 2019 celebrations to a close than White Shark Projects Managing Director, Charmaine Beukes?

Charmaine started 21 Days for the Ocean in 2014 with a vision to spread ocean awareness and optimism not only throughout the Overstrand area, bit also internationally.

Thank you so much to everyone who has been a part of this years hugely successful campaign. It has been a pleasure to work with you all for a brighter future for our seas. We hope that you will continue beyond the 21 Days for the Ocean campaign to pave the way in your personal lives to take action for our marine ecosystems Whether that’s reducing your plastic consumption, taking part in beach clean-ups or limiting your seafood consumption – all our individual actions make an enormous difference to our oceans.

Join us in September 2020 and help make a difference!

“No water, no life. No blue, No green.” – Dr. Sylvia Earle

 

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