I know we all live in cold, ski accessible climates but I'm sure some of you NS get the chance to fly south for the winter to mexico, florida or wherever. I hope you are lucky enough to put on a mask stick your head under water and see the spectacular sea life and the whole other universe of things that live down there. I love skiing colorado but only a pow day tops a day of diving in clear water. My parents make films about how we need to treat the oceans better and my dad drives a solar powered electric car (we have gas cars for going skiing). I'm just wondering if there are any NS who really care about the oceans so much as we do? I'm sure you've heard that world fish stocks have been depleted like mad, 90% of bluefin tuna are gone, 70% of our salmon is farmed, and the coral reefs are the canary in the coal mine with the ph of the ocean going up 1%. You could dive in LA and catch a 10 pound lobster just 50 years ago, now you don't go in the water. There are vast swirling islands of trash in every ocean. Overall we disrespect the oceans like theres no tomorrow. Am I the only person on NS who knows about this?