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Hawaii Set To Ban Unsafe Sunscreen Products

Building on the 2018 Reef-Safe law, legislators in Hawaii are planning on bringing in bipartisan legislation that will ban any sunscreen products that contain ingredients deemed not to meet the “Safe and Effective” guidelines of the US Food and Drug Administration.

FORCE BLUE And Sea Of Change Team Up Against Toxic Sunscreen

FORCE BLUE and Sea of Change Foundation have teamed up to urge consumers to make environmentally aware choices when purchasing sunscreen.

How To Be Environmentally-Friendly While Freediving

Learn how to be an ethical and responsible freediver when training in the ocean

U.S. Government Looking Into Sunscreen Safety

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is requesting additional information on the safety of sunscreen ingredients -- including the oxybenzone used in 70% of sunscreens available in the USA.

Key West Bans The Sale Of Certain Sun Screens

The Key West City Commission has voted to ban the sale of sunscreens that damage corals and marine life.

Two Steps Forward: Stream2Sea Comes To DEMA With New Ways to...

Stream2Sea offers great products, quality education, and actionable strategies that work toward one goal -- protecting our vulnerable oceans against damage from human activity.

Bonaire To Ban Sunscreens with Oxybenzone and Octinoxate

Bonaire Joins Hawaii in banning sunscreen products containing Oxybenzone and Octinoxate.

You Asked, They Listened: Stream2Sea Debuts Two New Products at Customer...

Stream2Sea's sustained growth reflects and multiplies awareness of ocean conservation.