Why save the ocean?
Effects of Chennai flood 2015
14000 tonnes of trash was cleaned from the city post the floods, that makes the authorities wonder how much was washed in to the sea. One organisation estimates 30,000 tonnes of trash was washed into the sea over 2 days during the deluge.
5.25 trillion pieces of ocean trash
The numbers are staggering: There are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. Of that mass, 269,000 tons float on the surface, while some four billion plastic microfibers per square kilometer litter the deep sea.
Arumugam – Sai Sankalp School, ThalamburTeacher
“A very positive experience. I was very impressed with your knowledge of the ocean and the way you teach the children”
Mrs. Monika – Montfort Marticulation School, ChennaiTeacher
“Thanks to Bay of Life for delivering such a program. This was the most purposeful field visit our children have ever experienced.”
Lata John – St. Joseph School, ChennaiTeacher
“Excellent, educational and enjoyable. We will come back and visit Bay of Life with other classes soon “
Shuba – Poorna Learning Centre, BangaloreTeacher
“Wow! Great program for our special children. Well thought and well paced to suit every child’s need. What else can we ask for!”
Swapna Centre for Speech, Chennai
We are the only species that has been detrimental to the ecosystem and ironically the only species that have the power to fix it.
We focus on best environmental practices with network driven collaborative approach.
There are many ways to bring about change. We believe that the best way is to involve a network of like-minded individuals, similar organisations and supporting organisations along with direction interaction with stakeholders and impacted communities. Our doors are open to all people who want make a change, even if it is one drop at a time.