Every day be thankful for the water you have at your disposal.
Use environmentally safe washing and cleaning detergents for your laundry, dishes and for cleaning.
Choose foods from natural production in your locality, because the harmful substances used in conventional agriculture contaminate the waters and, in the end, the sea.
Handle this precious resource diligently, it cannot be replaced.
Choose natural cosmetic and body care products without hormone-active substances (e.g. parabens) and without crude oil derivatives (e.g. paraffins).
When planning to go on holiday, ask your travel agency whether the hotel by the seaside is connected to a purification plant or talk to the responsible person on site. For example, at the Mediterranean there are almost no purification plants.
Whenever possible, write letters to the news editors in order to sensitise the consciousness of the people to the topic of water and the oceans.
Also send letters with suggestions and/or demands for the reduction of water pollution to the authorities, companies and institutions.
Only buy organically farmed fish.
Consume seafish solely from certified sustainable fishing.
Choose local fish only, including fresh-water fish.
At supermarkets and fishmongers, ask that threatened fish species are removed from stock.