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A plastic world:

 

The biting situation of plastics in Action
It’s conservatively estimated that 8,000,000 tonnes of plastic is entering our oceans yearly!

Or,

That’s the same as about 25,000 plastic bottles being thrown in the ocean every second.

 

This plastic can travel to all corners of the globe!

Long term impact?

It is estimated plastic can endure from 450 years to forever, we simply don’t know yet.

A solutions based dialog

This is a big pie, but governments are making regulations, corporations are watching, people are moving.

Who and how

A Plastic World

The Biting Situation of Plastics in Action

It’s conservatively estimated that 8,000,000 tonnes of plastic is entering our oceans yearly!

Or,

That’s the same as about 25,000 plastic bottles being thrown in the ocean every second.

 

This plastic can travel to all corners of the globe!

Long term impact?

It is estimated plastic can endure from 450 years to forever, we simply don’t know yet.

A solutions based dialog

This is a big pie, but governments are making regulations, corporations are watching, people are moving.

Who and how

There is simply so much more the corporations could be doing to take responsibility. There is, however, some light at the end of the tunnel.

This year Carlsberg, a Danish global beer producer, developed a solution to the iconic 6 pack ring strangling a bird issue. Public relations or not, we have a tangible innovation. At Carlsberg alone 1,200 tonnes of plastic will be saved.

Real pressure real results!

But what can I do?

Whether you are a first time diver, a veteran exploring the furthest depths, or own your own diving business, we all know what it’s like to enter this other world. However, most people do not; they have not yet met who lives down there, or perhaps don’t appreciate that the pollution often ends up in our oceans; everything is connected.

We are currently working on a very exciting global project with Greenpeace.

We need your help!

There is simply so much more the corporations could be doing to take responsibility. There is, however, some light at the end of the tunnel.

This year Carlsberg, a Danish global beer producer, developed a solution to the iconic 6 pack ring strangling a bird issue. Public relations or not, we have a tangible innovation. At Carlsberg alone 1,200 tonnes of plastic will be saved.

Real pressure real results!

There is simply so much more the corporations could be doing to take responsibility. There is, however, some light at the end of the tunnel.

This year Carlsberg, a Danish global beer producer, developed a solution to the iconic 6 pack ring strangling a bird issue. Public relations or not, we have a tangible innovation. At Carlsberg alone 1,200 tonnes of plastic will be saved.

Real pressure real results!

But what can I do?

Whether you are a first time diver, a veteran exploring the furthest depths, or own your own diving business, we all know what it’s like to enter this other world. However, most people do not; they have not yet met who lives down there, or perhaps don’t appreciate that the pollution often ends up in our oceans; everything is connected.

We are currently working on a very exciting global project with Greenpeace.

We need your help!

You have to act!
And make the corporations act as well
You have to act!
And make the corporations act as well