Through articles and interviews we celebrate people and the actions of those who are dedicated to Saving our Oceans. Let the stories of real life people inspire you to do your little bit of good where you are because it is those little bits of good put together that will overwhelm the world.
Are you or someone you know involved in a group or event; written a book or making a documentary; educating the public or have a resource website? There are no limits to what can be and are being done to help the survival of our oceans. No matter how big or small the action might be, please share it with us! Promote yourself and what you are doing here and we will help you to get support and recognition. Once your article is listed on this site we will post to our facebook community and it may even get featured in the Ocean Guardians Magazine. Have something to share? Become a contributor and submit your article!
What would you do to help save our sharks?? A group of dedicated shark lovers have organised a truly unique event to get the attention of the general public. 100+ shark lovers will be walking through town dressed in wetsuits handing out information and other goodies to help raise awareness about Shark Conservation. The Wetsuit …Continue Reading
Water covers 72% of our planet…and it’s rising. Water is essential to all aspects of our lives. We swim in it, we bathe in it, it sustains us. When it freezes we play on it, and we build vessels to sail through it. We travel far and wide to see the creatures that live beneath …Continue Reading
Bob Timmons is an Endangered Marine Animal Artist & Animal Activist. The Artist for the Ocean is painting the plight of the ocean & its animals. Through his powerful awareness – art exposes stories of worldwide marine animal decline and abuse, and critical issues of ocean health. He is a fearless, vocal advocate for animals everywhere. Bob …Continue Reading
Sharks are a hot topic and for good reason! Alex, Founder & Director of Shark Aid UK has graciously taken the time to answer some questions about why he created Shark Aid UK and shares his thoughts about our oceans. Share your thoughts about the fragility of the oceans and how you hope to make a …Continue Reading
“Having a dream is only the first step. To make your dream come true you need to make a plan. Once your plan is made you need to start carrying it out and make it a reality.” THE HAPPY WALK Terra hopes to cover approximately 32,000 kilometres over 7 years around Australia. The primary goals …Continue Reading
The concept of Ocean Guardians was a dream of Cherie’s since she started scuba diving in 1998. As her passion for diving and the ocean grew so did the desire within her for OG to become a reality. Cherie shares some of the events in her life and why she created Ocean Guardians. A little …Continue Reading
Hi, my name is Raine The Green Sea Turtle, and I am the most adorable green sea turtle that has ever lived, yes I know I am biased. Seriously though, I am pretty damn cute! But don’t let my charming face or gorgeous green eyes distract you, I have an important message to deliver. I …Continue Reading
From under your golf course to inside the world’s largest iceberg, Jill Heinerth is perhaps more qualified than most to comment on the state of the world’s drinking water — she spends her life diving in it. While busily filming, editing and promoting the recently launched We Are Water campaign to raise public awareness about …Continue Reading
Jim Dodd is passionate about underwater photography and the Oceans. Jim shares his thoughts on the importance of UW Photography in creating awareness and inspiring empathy for our fragile marine environment through the admiration of its beauty. How can UW Photography raise awareness? In today’s world it is much easier to raise awareness with photography than …Continue Reading
Amanda Watters, the Australian Coordinator for Sea Shepherd has taken the time to share her thoughts through an interview that was submitted by Ocean Guardians member Robyn Downie of Byron Bay Australia. Where do you live and with whom? I live in the Dandenong Ranges in eastern Melbourne with my hubby, 3 kids, dog and …Continue Reading
Dive Voluntourism : Dive with a Difference DiVo is run by Elaine Kwee, who turned her back to a corporate life developing seaports around the world to follow her spirit in loving the oceans. Elaine’s convictions about marine conservation and environmental causes developed through her love for diving. If diving can make a difference to …Continue Reading