About NFL

IT’S TIME

Time to take are responsibility for the seas and oceans of our earth. To the marinelife, the coralreefs and state of our blue planet. For years scientists and environmental  institutes warn us for the rapid decline of  our ocean-life and coral-reefs but serious actions and measures to stop this decline haven’t yet been taken.

This site is dedicated to protect our ocean environment and all the live that life in our ocean waters. But it’s also a site to celebrate oceans beauty, mysteries, power and awesomeness. Let our blue planet be our inspiration!

About No Fish Left

No Fish Left is a non-profit platform for ocean protection and preservation. No Fish Left want to focus specially in educational campaigns, developing education programs for secondary schools and organizing debates, screenings, and other events around the issues of ocean conservation, global warming and acidification, over-fishing and whaling.

For now, we try to keep an up to date blog about all the latest news around and about the protection of our ocean life. News around the threats of overfishing, plastification, acidification, global warming, oil spills and so on, last but certainly not least the news that can inspire us, that can give us hope, power and passion for protection our oceans

While still in our developing stage for our own campaigning and education strategies. No Fish Left will contribute and line with other international campaigns for the protection of the ocean and marine life

No Fish Left wants to connect with other ocean and marine life protectionists,   No Fish Left want to combine new 2.0 and 3.0 social media skills with direct action. The time is over, it’s not five minutes before twelve, but five minutes over twelve, so lets combine our efforts to protect our beautiful breath taking oceans.

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TWITTER:  NoFishLeft
VODPOD:  NoFishLeft

contact us:

NoFishLeft[a]gmail.com

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5 Responses to “About NFL”

  1. Gate Latch · November 3, 2010 at 10:14 pm #

    the oil spill in mexico really affected the eco system around that area, it would take years to clean those mess :

  2. Holise E Cleveland III December 18, 2010 at 7:53 am #

    Great work you are doing here!

  3. tanner April 5, 2012 at 7:00 pm #

    i like it

  4. tanner April 5, 2012 at 7:01 pm #

    i like the stuff you rot

    • Anonymous April 14, 2012 at 5:21 pm #

      Thank you, this blog will soon be active again, hope to see you back than!

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