Free the Ocean Blog

Stories and images celebrating the ocean

We were amazed to receive over 10,000 entries from our community, telling us how you’re trying to reduce your plastic
A bit earlier this year, scientists at the Schmidt Ocean Institute captured footage of a massive siphonophore in the Indian
The huge appetites of North America’s smallest marine mammals, the sea otters, are benefiting the ecosystem. Not only from the
Artist Pete Rush’s first driftwood sculpture of a simple horse had such a positive response from locals, that he was
Sprinkled across the ocean floor, invisible from the surface, are hundreds, or maybe thousands of sinkholes called “blue holes”. They
Sprinkled across the ocean floor, invisible from the surface, are hundreds, or maybe thousands of sinkholes called “blue holes”. They
The beloved Steven Spielberg film, E.T., was released in 1982. Fast forward to July 9, 2020, when the National Oceanic
This is a month to celebrate the power of our actions because small actions truly do create a big impact
It’s safe to say Dr. Kathy Sullivan has had some highs and lows in her life. At 68 years old,