To make sustainability an organization-wide priority while creating a culture of environmental awareness, the Aquarium has developed the Blue Team.

This team of staff from all departments meets regularly to discuss and promote environmental initiatives while motivating other employees. They work together to develop programs, policies, and procedures that help the Aquarium meet its sustainability targets while monitoring its operations to find room for improvement on an ongoing basis.

*Be sure to check our site regularly for information on new sustainability initiatives.

2016 Shoreline Cleanup

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On June 5, 2016, our Blue Team headed out once again to the Toronto Humber Marshes. This is part of Toronto's largest watershed and is home to many different species of...

Clean Toronto Together

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Toronto's Annual "Clean Toronto Together" Spring Clean-Up To celebrate Earth Day 2016, our Blue Team cleaned the streets of Toronto for a 20 minute makeover. Bremner Blvd has never looked...

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

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The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Our Blue Team celebrated World Oceans Day by helping clean the Humber Marshes, one of the few remaining river mouth marshes in Toronto! As part...

2014 Tour de Turtles

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Sponsored by the Ripley's Aquariums in Toronto, Gatlinburg, and Myrtle Beach, Shelley the loggerhead sea turtle participated in the Tour de Turtles to help raise awareness about the threat of...

World Oceans Day 2014

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Our Blue Team celebrated World Oceans Day (June 8, 2014) by participating in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. Together we collected a total of 7 bags of landfill waste (a…

Region Conservation Authority

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On May 7th, members of our Blue Team joined up with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) at Tommy Thompson Park. Located on the City of Toronto shoreline, the…