What We Do

Save The Plastic was founded to inspire local communities and pass down our love for the Ocean to future generation. As plastic took over our lives, it started choking our Ocean and is killing marine life. By bringing together divers stakeholder around educational talks, workshops and beach cleanups, we aim to inspire them to care about our Blue Planet.

Our organization is run by a small team of dedicated ocean lovers and devoted volunteers.

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Local Policy Analysis (Local government support)

Providing expertise and support to local governments on issues as plastic pollution and waste management is one element of our core mission. Due to improper disposal, management and processing, 80% of marine litter comes from land-based sources.

With the current trends, by 2050, we will have more plastic in our ocean than fish–which will first kill our ocean, then inevitably humankind. To tackle this global issue, strong and bold measures must be implemented at a local level in order to prevent more plastic runoff from our coastlines and streams.

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Environmental Education

Our Education Outreach Program (EOP) is created and adapted to all audience levels; students, teachers, local authorities, businesses and the general public. The focus of this EOP is to emphasize the global plastic pollution problem and its impacts on ocean health and to create a communal ambition to achieve local actions.

We believe that education and awareness at a local level is crucial to stop the river of plastic flushing into the ocean. And the best way to process all new information learnt, is to participate at one of our beach cleanups. At the end of each EOP we organise a big community event to clean, celebrate and give back to the land that feed us.

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Environmental Data Collection

Collecting data on the environmental state and providing baselines for future comparison is crucial for a long-term sustainable policy planning.

Measuring the extent of an issue often allows us to understand and better visualize the reality. We base our policy analysis on scientific data collected in the field by our team. We measure marine plastic pollution as well as coral reef health through elaborated scientific methods.

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“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief
that someone else will save it.”

Robert Swan