Free the Ocean Blog

Stories and images celebrating the ocean

Since humans first began to create art, the natural world has been a source of inspiration. Today Zoe Keller captures
The yellow boxfish is a stunning and quirky looking sea creature. While they may look a little silly, they are
With more of us searching for sustainable hygiene, home, and food prep products, the bathroom cabinet is a key place
Viktor Lyagushkin, a National Geographic photographer, captures sea angels, skeleton shrimp & sea stars living beneath a frozen sea. Check
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