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Take Action

You can help save the oceans! Oceana can’t win policy victories for the oceans without you. Decision makers need to hear from ocean lovers like you. Below you’ll find ways that you can directly help protect the oceans by making your voice heard.

TELL NOAA: THE U.S. NEEDS TO EXPAND THE DEFINITION OF IUU FISHING

Urge NOAA to create a strong rule that addresses IUU fishing and put an end to forced labor in the seafood sector.

Tell your Representative: Vote for Healthy, Abundant Oceans

Tell Congress: Support critical legislation for the oceans

TELL THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: BAN THE TRADE OF SHARK FINS IN THE U.S.

Governor Mills: Publicly Oppose the Monster Fish Farm in Frenchman Bay

PROTECT NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALES BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.

Today only about 330 North Atlantic right whales remain. We must act now to combat the threat of vessel collisions in U.S. waters and protect this critically endangered species.

TELL PRESIDENT BIDEN: PERMANENTLY PROTECT OUR COAST FROM OFFSHORE DRILLING, FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE

ADD YOUR NAME: SAVE MARINE LIFE FROM SINGLE-USE PLASTICS

The Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act would phase out certain single-use plastics and shift the burden of plastic waste to the companies producing it.

STOP THE USE OF SWORDFISH DRIFT GILLNETS

You have a chance to save endangered whales and other marine mammals from dying in drift gillnets.

BECOME A WAVEMAKER

With the support of more than 1 million activists like you, we have already protected nearly 4 million square miles of ocean and innumerable sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, and other sea creatures – but there is still more to be done.

Our over 850,000 online supporters are vital to our work to protect the oceans. Join us today.

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With the support of more than 850,000 activists like you, we have already protected nearly 4 million square miles of ocean and innumerable sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, and other sea creatures – but there is still more to be done. Your gift will help insure the health of our oceans and the future of our planet.