Chris Hemsworth wants us to love our oceans
World Oceans Day
CELEBRITY Chris Hemsworth
He shared a video of himself and his children playing in the surf, and viewers watch as his son gets obliterated by a surfboard.
Today is world oceans day! My happiest memories have been spent in and around the ocean. When I was a kid surfing with my brothers & my dad and now being able to do it with my kids is the greatest thing I could’ve ever hoped for. #WorldOceansDay #loveouroceans @oceana @parleyxxx pic.twitter.com/f0lrpOcqLy— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) June 8, 2018
With a heart of gold and abs of steel, it seems only natural for the Byron Bay local to be concerned about the health of our beautiful oceans. Especially having grown up "in and around" Australian beaches.
World Oceans Day aims to prevent plastic pollution and encourage solutions towards a healthy ocean. Hemsworth reminds us of the ways we can contribute to the cause.
Unfortunately, we are on a fast track to destroying our oceans and in turn destroying ourselves, every second breath we take is generated from the oceans and without them we die. Everyone needs to play a part. @oceana @parleyxxx— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) June 8, 2018
You can make a difference today and every day by doing simple things like removing single use plastics, carrying your own water bottle, coffee cup and shopping bags, recycling the plastic you buy, avoiding products that contain microplastics and volunteering for a local clean-up.— Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) June 8, 2018
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