Conservation International and TikTok save the seas and oceans.

Conservation International and Tik Tok TikTok

Tik Tok and Conservation International have partnered to launch the #SaveOurOceans challenge to raise people’s awareness of protecting the oceans and seas. An organized campaign that highlights the importance of the oceans in the world’s ecosystem and should be preserved, for future generations, through creative short TikTok videos.

Conservation International and Tik Tok Uniting for the salvation of all mankind

From August 26 to September 9, Tik Tok users can apply an effect that will help clear the water area of ​​plastic. For every video uploaded with the #SaveOurOceans challenge tag, Tik Tok will donate $2 to Conservation International. It is expected that donations for the protection and cleaning of an area of ​​3,000 square kilometers will amount to a total of 100,000 US dollars.

According to United Nations (UN) studies, plastic waste kills 1 million birds and 100,000 sea creatures every year. Marine life simply swallows plastic waste. Scientists estimate that by 2050 the weight of ocean plastic will exceed the total weight of all fish in the seas and oceans.

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Brian Toensen (Bryan Thoensen), Head of Content Partnerships at Tik Tok.

“TikTok users showcase and view moments from their daily lives through short videos. We aim to draw the attention of the world community to the importance of cleaning up the oceans and conserving resources. We are thrilled to be partnering with Conservation International on the campaign we have organized to raise awareness of this issue.”

Anastasia Hoo (Anastasia Khoo), director of Conservation International CMO.

“ Tik Tok is a creative platform capable of inspiring users to inform and mobilize. By 2050, there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish. This campaign supports our call to action, protect the oceans, for future generations using creativity.”

In addition, the following countries can take part in the good cause of environmental protection:

USA, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, India, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia.

Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, Turkey, MENA, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina and Chile.

About the International Society for the Conservation of Nature

Founded in 1987, Conservation International is a non-governmental organization that harnesses the power of science and collaboration to conserve nature. It is an organization that people in need rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods.

Operating on 6 continents and in more than 30 countries, the Society for the Conservation of Nature and the Environment is committed to preserving the health and well-being of our world. The team includes not only scientists, biologists and not indifferent people, but also popular show business people, such as film actor Harrison Ford.

Clean oceans and seas

Conservation International Statistics

Three out of every seven people in the world depend on seafood as their main source of protein.

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About $2.5 trillion a year of economic value is produced by the ocean.

Nearly half of the population lives near the coast

About 44% of the world’s population lives within 150 km (93 miles) of the ocean.

Explanation of how to participate in Conservation International

Clean up the oceans with Conservation International

Step 1: Join the challenge

Download and open the TikTok app. Show us how you get rid of plastic and help #SaveOurOceans. You can use the cool ocean effect, which allows you to virtually reduce the amount of plastic in the ocean with just a flick of your hand.

Send a newsletter with the hashtag SaveOurOceans

Step 2: Post a video with the hashtag #SaveOurOceans

Every time you share a video using the #SaveOurOceans hashtag, you are helping Conservation International raise enough funds to protect 3,000 sq. km of the ocean.

Conservation International and TikTok save the seas and oceans.

Step 3: Spread the word

Share these videos through your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, VKontakte accounts and help us reach our goal. We need 50 thousand #SaveOurOceans downloads on Tiktok by September 9th.

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