The Tripbase Awards 2011

Ocean Conservation

Tripbase care very strongly about the environment and the effect that tourism has on it, so we've compiled this list of blogs which best represents the field of ocean conservation. Winners of the Tripbase award are the result of a long and thorough test involving a panel of judges and some extremely demanding criteria.

Marine life ecosystems have sustained much damage as caused by accidental and irresponsible human activity. Ocean conservationists focus on ways to protect and preserve the ecosystems in oceans and seas, limit damage caused by humans, and preserve vulnerable marine species. Though it may seem impossible for a traveler to make an impact on, ocean conservation is something that is very easy for anyone to become involved in. By taking part in a volunteering holiday, travelers can affect change in the world in a positive way. There are countless agencies that are available for travelers to get involved with and plan responsible travel vacations. Though this can be overwhelming task, bloggers devoted to this cause can help. From specific details on how to get involved to the major issues and concerns surrounding ocean conservation, they are sure to inspire travelers with passion and a desire to get involved.

You'll find below the best blogs that discuss ocean conservation causes and how travelers can make a difference. They have continued to keep up to date information for travelers to learn all that is related to this cause. These bloggers are environmental activists that share their passion and intent of bringing this important issue to light. Travelers will learn practical ways that they can get involved and make a difference in the world.

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Award Winners

  • MarineBio Blog
  • CLF Scoop
  • R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program
  • RTSea Blog
  • MPA Blog
  • Ocean Champions
  • Malaria, Bedbugs, Sea Lice & Sunsets
  • The Ocean Project blog
  • WaterNotes
  • Lesley Rochat - Shark Warrior
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