Oceana 12th Annual Event Raises More Than $1.5 Million for Ocean Conservation

Supporters gathered in Laguna Beach on Saturday evening to support Oceana. Most noteworthy, Oceana is the world’s largest ocean conservation organization.Furthermore, Ted Danson, Alexandra Cousteau co hosted.

Furthermore, it alsoincludes an intimate performance by singer-songwriterJackson Browne.

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So, more than 400 guests gathered at an exclusive hilltop estate in Laguna Beach. In addition and overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean. Thereby to celebrate the world’s oceans.

Back in that day, I interviewed Ted Danson. The Google Earth rock star tour. It started with Protecting the Arctic Ocean with Ted Danson and Oceana. So it takes visitors on a tour of the Arctic.  It will is highlighting the impacts of climate change on melting sea ice. As well as back then ocean acidification. All becoming from industrialization from shipping, fishing and oil and gas

This year’s benefit focused on the plague most noteworthy and ocean plastic pollution. All in addressing the enormous problem of single-use plastic pollution. Consequently, 90 percent of all the plastic ever made is not recycled. As well as plastic production is expected to quadruple by 2050.

Oceana secures policy victories protecting the oceans against plastic. So far in Peru, Belize and Europe.

In conclusion, this party included SeaChange silent and live auctions. Consequently, they also included a wide array of exclusive items. Most interestingly including a BMW 745e Luxury Hybrid car.

As a result, the SeaChange Summer Party made possible by generous supporters. Supporters therefore of various distinguished local and international businesses and philanthropists. Finally and Special thanks to BMW and the Southern California BMW Centers.

In conclusion and for a full list of underwriters and partners. Plus host committee members, auction items and more information about SeaChange please visit: http://seachangesummerparty.org/

Finally, Additional photos from the event available here: https://tinyurl.com/SeaChange2019

Source: Oceana, Press Release Date, Wednesday, September 11, 2019