What if we created a future without plastic in our oceans?

Fighting against plastic pollution by giving everyone the chance to act locally.

Every year, 8 millions tons of plastic waste end up in the ocean

Everywhere in the world, we dump plastic in the ocean not knowing what else to do with it. Once in the Ocean, it’s too late. Only 1% of plastic waste floats on the surface, the rest sinks to the bottom of the ocean and fragments into microparticles becoming too small to be removed.

At this rate, by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the Ocean.

What if we didn’t take the right path?

Given this plastic pollution in the Ocean, inventors and engineers of all kinds have doubled their creativity. Giant vacuums to remove waste from the sea, floating connected garbages, breeding of plastic-eating larvae, … We are not lacking technical solutions to the plastic problem.

Yet in the meantime, 19 tons of additional plastic waste are dumped every minute into the Ocean by humans.

The solution to the problem of plastic pollution starts with us, humans.

8 millions tons of plastic sink to the bottom of the Ocean every year. Technology alone will not be enough to stem the flow. To question waste is to question those who produce it. Us humans, who produce, who abandon and who forget.

What if we could all act now to prevent plastic from reaching the Ocean? To fight efficiently against this exponential plastic pollution, we are convinced that the best path is that of the human.

Our mission

Help local initiatives flourish in the places most affected by plastic pollution.

Our Activities

Clean-up the past

Installations of local recycling centres at a human scale in developing countries.
Regions most affected by plastic pollution include Africa, South America and Southeast Asia.
In these regions, 98% of plastic waste is abandoned in nature or burned in open air due to a lack of local recycling solutions.
Our goal: fight against pollution and poverty simultaneously by supporting local entrepreneurs in the creation of small recycling centres that are economically viable.

Build the future

Creation of a mobile pedagogical village to ease the access to education and awareness on plastic pollution
61% of plastic found on beaches is single-use plastic.
Abandoned in nature, these plastics end up in the ocean after the slightest gust of wind. To reverse this trend, plastic pollution has to become a concern for all of us. What if everyone had the key to making a difference?
Our ambition : ease access to education and empower the largest to act against plastic pollution.

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