Lisez les témoignages de ces sportifs, professeurs, chercheurs, étudiants, parents, dirigeants... issus des quatre coins du monde et qui sont avant tout des amoureux de la nature conscients du danger écologique auquel nos océans sont confrontés. Ecoutez-les parler de leur océan attitude, qu'il s'agisse de souvenirs, d'actions menées au quotidien, d'une vision de l'avenir ou d'un appel au changement. À partir de l'ensemble des témoignages recueillis sur ce site, la charte du label "Océan Attitude" sera rédigée. Témoignez vous aussi !

Read the testimonials of these sportsmen, professors, researchers, students, parents, directors... coming from all over the world and who are before anything else nature lovers, conscious of the ecological threat our oceans are facing. Listen to them speak about their océan attitude, whether it be memories, daily actions, a vision of the future or a call for change. Based on all the testimonies we will collect here a charter for the "Océan Attitude" label will be written. Don't hesitate to share your testimonial with us too!

Lighthouse Point Shane Gross LightLighthouse Point, Bahamas © Shane Gross

My name is Brooke Muggia. I’m a mother of four, Co-Founder of ProjectMe, and an environmental activist. For the past 13 years, I have had the opportunity to travel to many environmentally-vital oceanic areas around the world including the Great Barrier Reef, the Maldives, Tahiti, Fiji, and The Bahamas where my family and I have worked with locals to listen and help respond to environmental needs.

We’ve worked with and the Step It Up campaign.

I've been involved in a campaign called "Stop Disney - Last Chance for Lighthouse Point" launched on the 15th of July 2019. Lighthouse Point, at the southernmost tip of the island of Eleuthera, has been treasured by generations of Bahamians. The surrounding ocean is so biologically rich that the area has been formally proposed to the government as a Marine Protected Area, but Disney has received a green light from the Government of the Bahamas to push ahead with plans for a massive cruise ship port at Lighthouse Point.

I have so much hope that we can clean up these oceans for our children and the next generation. I come from a surfing family and we surf in between plastic bags and bottles, and I want my kids (and the fish!) to be able to swim in pristine waters and know that their children can too. So my ocean attitude is to respect and honor it, to witness it for its strength, beauty, and power. The marine life can’t do it without us.  The oceans produce over half of the world’s oxygen so they need us to keep them healthy.  It truly is a partnership, a beautiful one.  We implore Disney to join forces with us to preserve this national treasure.

There was a period in my life when I felt fatigued by environmental activism, but when I met Marie-Laure Boulot, founder of Océan Attitude, at the World Frontiers Forum in Cambridge (USA) last autumn, she reinvigorated my passion for the environment. I am so grateful to Océan Attitude for rekindling my activism, making me feel that every single person counts, and reminding me that that one single person can be me.

Read the full article of Brooke's interview here.