GMA's Ginger Zee had a message to deliver on Wednesday and she did so with some truly incredible photos.
The popular meteorologist took to Instagram to share underwater snapshots alongside some powerful words.
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In the images, Ginger was swimming with magnificent-looking wildlife, including jellyfish and sharks.
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Her lengthy, but important post read: "The access I’ve had to our world’s oceans is a gift — I respect their powers, their energy and their purity.
"From what we eat to how we get rid of our waste... we are negatively impacting them. Please consider every action because a healthy ocean is necessary for our livelihoods.
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"@unep :With 90% of big fish populations depleted, and 50% of coral reefs destroyed, we are taking more from the ocean than can be replenished.
Ginger shared a selection of diving photos
"To protect and preserve the ocean and all it sustains, we must create a new balance, rooted in true understanding of the ocean and how humanity relates to it. We must build a connection to the ocean that is inclusive, innovative, and informed by lessons from the past. #WorldOceansDay."
Ginger is passionate about protecting the planet and recently shot an environmental programme for ABC News Live.
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Ginger is also teaching her children to care for the planet
She shared behind-the-scenes photos from her adventures on social media and wrote: "Dreaming about the fresh oysters we ate this week in a shoot for #ItsNotTooLate — can't wait to share the story of a pandemic + oyster farmers + @nature_org finding SOLUTIONS to an environmental and financial problem. This Thursday on @abcnewslive."
Ginger considers the environment even when it comes to her wardrobe choices. The star recently revealed she regularly rents her outfits in a bid to help climate change.
In a Twitter post, she wrote: "Fashion is a big part of my job. But I always want to be as sustainable as possible. Renting is best for me.
"Fashion is responsible for at least 8% of global carbon emissions (bigger impact than air travel) and up to 20% of our waste water."
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