What you can do?
Join us in the battle against single use plastics and help us to protect the oceans.
Follow the instructions given in our sustainability survival guide below, to adapt to a more sustainable way of life.
We strongly feel, that it is time to take action and turn the tide on plastic. If you agree and would like to support this great initiative of the United Nations Environment Programme, please take the United Nations #CleanSeas pledge.
You can commit and take the #CleanSeas pledge as an individual, an organisation, a company or NGO.
The UN Environment #CleanSeas campaign aims to engage governments, the general public, civil society, and the private sector in the fight against marine plastic pollution. Over the next five years, this campaign aims to address the root-cause of marine litter by targeting the production and consumption of single-use plastic.
If you are looking for additional resources, which will be helping you with changing your daily routines, in order to protect the oceans, please visit:
- #CleanSeas Campaign, UN Environment campaign providing great resources and assets
- OceanChangemakers, an NGO providing a collection of tools and resources to empower individuals and communities to combat ocean plastic locally and globally
- Ocean Conservancy, an NGO which focusses on protecting the oceans
- The GreenBlue, joint environment programme created by the Royal Yachting Association and British Marine
- Good Fish Guide, a source providing information about sustainable seafood
- Plastic Pollution Resources, guides, videos, infographics and reports featured on this page are intended to inform and enable organizations and individuals alike in their efforts to advance actions that prevent plastic pollution and encourage solutions for a healthy ocean
- Marine Debris Program, the NOAA Marine Debris Program is the U.S. Federal government’s lead for addressing marine debris
Always keep in mind, that there is no PLANet B.