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Welcome to Our Blue Planet  a place to "Do the Blue".  Think, act and even shop to benefit our world's oceans and all of her inhabitants.  Be hip, be cool, but especially - be blue!

Our world's oceans are in great peril - for many reasons. Yet each of us can help in small ways.  And when combined, all of our individual choices can have a significant positive impact on our oceans.  As individuals and families, we can all help impact, reduce and change the current global plastic pollution problem.       

Join the BluBag™ revolution and go plastic bag free!

Take a close look!  Have you stopped to really look at all the litter that lines our streets, highways, lakes, beaches and even trees? Nature is full of our litter - especially plastic.  Take a close look and you'll be motivated to reduce, reuse and recycle - now!

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How can you "Do the Blue"? You can learn more about choosing and eating seafood caught from sustainable sources, you can live blue by making energy efficient and eco-friendly life-style choices and you can help save the oceans by minimizing waste - especially all plastic. 

When you buy our BluBag™ organic cotton shopper tote or shoulder bag 50% of all profits go directly to support specific animals, projects and causes to help our oceans.  A cool organic cotton bag made right here in the USA - and money invested to help endangered or threatened animals like sea turtles, North Atlantic right whales and the magnificent horseshoe crab- now  that is "doing the blue"!




The powerful images on the left were all I needed to see. These images are from a new BBC Documentary, "Hawaii, Message in the Waves" .  As spoken by the producers, "The Plastic Plague - some facts:  About four-fifths of marine trash comes from land, swept by wind or washed by rain off highways and city streets, down streams and rivers and out to sea". 



"Nearly 90% of floating marine litter is plastic.  A June 2006 United Nations Environmental Program report estimated that there are an average of 46,000 pieces of plastic debris floating on or near the surface of every square mile of ocean".

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