Creating of pollution protection program

In order to inform people about our cause, as well as the state of our world’s different bodies of water, we would be conducting several methods of communicating with them. One of these methods that we would be using would be to reach out to our audience by providing various information with regards to the present pollution state of the oceans and seas, the effects of mindless dumping of garbage and other toxic waste in all bodies of water, how global warming adds to the problem of acidification of waters in the ocean and its effects on marine life, as well as how pollution can affect people whenever they get exposed to either the polluted waters or tainted seafood. Not only would we be providing seminars and talks about this, but we would also be inviting other experts on the field so as to give people assurance that what we tell them are not politically-motivated statements, but are things that they must know to keep them safe and healthy as well as making them aware of their responsibilities to nature. We would also be publishing reading materials for people who are interested in our cause but are unable to attend our talks so that they could still be informed of our goals and visions. Lastly, we would be conducting clean-up drives in coastal areas, as well as inviting other people to volunteer with us so that they would know that we are not just a group that talks about saving the oceans, but also we are people who are dedicated in our cause.
While we remain optimistic that we would be able to send out a message out to people properly and without fail, as well as being able to do what we were setting out to do, it cannot be helped that we would have some roadblocks along the way. For example, it may be possible that we would be up against larger corporations, especially those which throw their production waste directly into the sea or rivers, instead of being directed into a wastewater treatment facility. Because of we are a non-profit organization, we would be heading up against capitalists that are capable of paying people to give them a good front and brainwashing the people into thinking that we are the ones doing wrong, not them (Helvarg, 2004). Another problem that we might encounter is when government officials that do not recognize the legitimacy of our campaign and projects would prevent us from informing the people or doing clean-up drives, due to their own agendas. While it might be hard to change the minds of these kinds of powerful people, we as a group aim to not just reach out to them, but to the greater audience, the ordinary citizens, especially those that would most likely be affected by polluted bodies of water. We will remain resilient in our goal of preventing the fast decline of the health of our world’s oceans and seas, as well as the extinction of many marine animals, despite major hurdles.
We believe that as a group, we must be mindful of our actions towards our audiences so that we would be able to connect with them and them with us. This is because if we lose our audiences because they become weary of us or if they do not fully understand our cause then there would be lesser hope for our planet’s future.