Ten years ago, Wildbluesea set out to help the world see how plastic was filling the ocean and littering our lives. We asked a question few were asking at that time: What if the ocean was full of plastic? We’re proud to have been one of a small group of fellow changemakers who took on the formidable mission of making the problem widely known…and to move beyond informing to motivating people to change their ways.
Hundreds of people joined usto pioneer programs that combined science with our positive emotional connection to nature and became catalysts for a global movement to reduce ocean plastic pollution. Thousands more gained insight and changed their behavior to reduce their own impact after experiencing our outreach programs.
The problem is clear, the shift away from using plastic thoughtlessly is taking hold, it's time to explore our relationship with wild waters and understand their true worth. The rivers, lakes, bays and ocean. The awe, joy, peace and wonder we experience. The blue mind benefits we receive. And a new question: How do we motivate ourselves and others to value wild waters and strengthen the precious relationship between us as we make choices about how we live?
We inspire individuals to value wild waters
and motivate behavior that heals people and planet.
We all need more water in our lives!
Join us daily for one hundred days (May 31 to Sept. 7) as we get near, in, on or under water and share our stories.
Take a moment to “get your blue mind on”, alone or with a friend in any way you choose, then tell the world about it using the #bluemind hashtag along with #wildbluesea
Over the past decade we've worked to make blue mind common knowledge, sharing our evolving understanding with over a billion people and building an unstoppable blue mind groundswell.
We’d love you to be a part of this subtle yet powerful practice for the shared well-being of people, and planet.
Next chapter: We are creating a community of reciprocity and respect for wild waters around the North Atlantic Ocean,
Jupiter Inlet, Loxahatchee River
and southern Indian River Lagoon.
Linda Emerson, Founder
Programs expanding November 2023. Newsletter coming soon. We'd love you to be part of the community!
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