February 12, 2021 – Project O, the non-profit organization dedicated to restoring, protecting and sustaining the ocean, is pleased to announce the Epic Ocean Challenge, a free, seven-day virtual challenge running on a monthly basis. Participants can learn how to make small adjustments to their daily lives that will lessen their impact on the environment. In addition to learning how to be a positive force for Mother Earth and connecting with others committed to protecting the planet, everyone who participates is eligible for prizes, including a whale watching trip at Laguna Beach, California.
The Epic Ocean Challenge is a simple yet powerful way for people to become a solution to the problems facing our ocean and planet. Each morning of the seven-day challenge starts with a short video, focusing on that day’s theme and what small actions participants can make to create ongoing change. These simple steps, such as shutting off the tap while brushing your teeth, using a bamboo toothbrush, not eating meat for only 24 hours or choosing a non-toxic household cleaning product, can help reduce each person’s carbon and plastic footprint on the Earth and its waterways.
“I believe in my heart that one person can make a difference,” says Epic Ocean Challenge and Project O creator, Rich German. “My goal for this Challenge is to have one million people take it, creating new, empowering habits that, together, will have a profoundly positive impact on our planet.”
“It’s not too late, but we no longer have the luxury of time,” he says. “We need to take action, and we need to do it together. And together, we can make a difference.”
Those interested in being part of the solution to today’s environmental problems are encouraged to sign up for this free seven-day challenge that features easy to complete, small shifts in day-to-day habits that can make meaningful positive impacts on the ocean and environment: http://www.ourepicocean.com/challengevid
Project Ois a non-profit, 501c3 organization founded by noted entrepreneur Rich German and based in the coastal town of Laguna Beach, California. By restoring, protecting and sustaining the ocean and all that lives in it, we ensure the wellbeing of humankind now and for generations to come. Our various programs and projects include developing and supporting innovative partner programs for ocean conservation.
Find out more at https://project-o.org/
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