Earth Day Takeover
Everyone- we have a big announcement.
The ocean is taking over Earth Day on April 22nd, and it needs your help.
To do this, we need you to send us a photo of what the ocean means to you before April 10th for inclusion in a special Earth Day video presentation. We’re looking for photos that show everyone what Sylvia Earle meant when she famously said, “no blue, no green.”
Be funny. Get creative.
Send us your scuba photos, your beach clean-ups, your long walks on the beach (perhaps sans the candle-lit dinners). We want to see your underwater photography and your cute marine animal photos. Do you have photos from your last extreme water sport activity? We want to see those too.
Honestly, it wasn’t really our idea for the ocean to take over Earth Day; more than 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by ocean, which means we really are a water planet. But as the ocean’s storyteller, we want to document it, and include you in the process.
So grab your GoPro, grab your friends, and take a photo of what the ocean means to you.
You can submit your photos by posting them to our Facebook wall or sharing them on Twitter and Instagram using our hashtag rallying cry- #SeasEarthDay. Be sure to include your name, age, and where you are from to be considered for this very special video.
Photo submissions will be accepted starting April 1st until April 10th, with the final video presentation debuting on Earth Day, April 22nd.
Happy (almost) Earth Day!