Give the Ocean a Detox
Swimming, showering, surfing—whatever you do in the water leaves something behind. Whether it’s the sunscreen you’re using to protect your skin or the bag you’re carrying your snacks in, make sure you’re choosing the stuff that won’t send plastics, chemicals, or other junk into our oceans.
We know what summer means: care-free days at the beach and warm weather. But maybe these days, a little care should be added back into the equation. We think so (and we think Mother Earth agrees). We rounded up what you’ll need to step a little lighter and leave a little less waste when it comes to your next trip.
We’ve rounded up sustainable essentials like camping-ready goods, skincare must-haves, and insect repellents so you can have the best summer possible.
You've got questions, we've got answers
Wondering what reef-safe really means? Curious about the recycling stream?
Ask our sustainability team, really. This summer our sustainability expert Jamie Leidelmeyer and his team will be available to answer your questions.
Did you know?
Wetlands are an important part of the fight against climate change. For example, mangroves in the Amazon can absorb twice as much carbon out of the atmosphere as the rainforest.
The ocean covers 71% of the Earth's surface, but 80% of Earth's species live on land.
Sand dunes are not only a thriving ecosystem, but also serve as a vital barrier against erosion and inland water damage from storms.