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Beach trips can be costly to the environment. Here’s how to reduce your impact.

Allyson Chiu of The Washington Post outlines different ways to reduce your environmental impact at the beach.

The C3 Take
  • As you hit the beach for vacation, there are several things that you can do to reduce your environmental impact.
  • Some sunscreens are harmful to marine life and wash off in the ocean. Using reef-friendly sunscreen protects sea life and your skin.
  • Avoiding single-use plastic use as much as possible will also go a long way in preventing pollution from entering our waterways.
  • When in doubt, try to leave the beach in a better condition than how you found it.

“For many people, summer is synonymous with the beach. But with hundreds of millions of Americans flocking to coastal areas each year, especially during months when the weather fluctuates between balmy and sweltering, experts say these trips can contribute to the staggering effects of human activities on beaches and oceans.”

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