World Ocean Day: Climate change is the biggest threat to our ocean. We need shipping to be part of the solution
June 8, 2022
By Trevor Neilson
Our oceans are the world’s biggest life support system. Half of the world’s oxygen is produced by them and every second breath you take comes from the ocean. 3 billion people, nearly half the world’s population, directly relies on the ocean for their livelihood or their basic survival. The seas are home to an incredible array of life, from the creatures we all know like dolphins, turtles, and coral reefs, to the species living on the sea floor – the largest habitat on earth where there is still so much more to discover. Here in California, where WasteFuel is based, we are lucky to have animals like the California sea lion and the grey whale on our doorstep.
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