Save Our Seas One Bag At a Time

July 23, 2009 | By | Comments (1)

In the latest issue of Coastal Living, editor Lindsay Bierman mentions a documentary he's recently seen called "Addicted to Plastic."

He writes, "Basically, [the film] says that chemical compounds from plastic bottles, containers, utensils, and anything else you can think of are poisoning our oceans and food chain. The filmmaker traveled to the middle of the Pacific Ocean to find out just how much toxic refuse has accumulated in the waters, and it's truly shocking. I'll take paper, please."

I thought of this when I came across this tongue-in-cheek tote on


We're committed to actions big and small that have an positive impact on the sea. You can do your part to help too.

Take part in the Ocean Conservancy's 24th annual International Coastal Cleanup this September. For more info, click here.

And stay tuned to "Daily Catch" for more ways we're working to help save our seas.


  1. A

    Where can I get that bag? I need it!

    September 2, 2009 at 7:14 am

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