Free the Ocean Blog

Stories and images celebrating the ocean

The US generates 42 million tons of plastic each year and less than 9% is recycled. While infrastructure needs to
Do you ever wonder what happens to the soap that is left in a hotel room after the guests leave?
If there’s an animal that looks like it could have walked right out of a fantasy movie, it’s the Blue
It’s hard to believe a 1,000 days have passed since Free the Ocean launched. And a few in the FTO
Learn more about these 3 ocean fish named after cats - the red-tailed catfish, the leopard whipray, and the lionfish.
If you’re trying to live with the Earth in mind a little more and aren’t sure where to start, we’ve
The beginning of April means that spring has finally arrived, but that’s not the only reason to celebrate: it’s also
Normal laundry detergents comes in plastic packaging that cannot be recycled and goes straight to landfill. But laundry strips are
Many dishwasher tablets come in plastic packaging or contain soap in plastic capsules. But are these dishwasher tablets really okay
The Giant Pacific Octopus is the largest octopus species and have the longest lifespan. Let’s take a look at what