Ocean Legacy Foundation Launches EPIC Academy

EPIC Academy is a free online educational platform providing worldwide communities with essential knowledge regarding ocean plastic pollution, cleanup efforts, and solutions for creating plastic-free environments

Manifesto: THE BUSINESS CALL FOR A UN TREATY ON PLASTIC POLLUTION

While plastic plays an important role in our lives and brings many benefits, despite ongoing efforts, much of it ends up as waste in incinerators, landfills and the environment. Every year, millions of tons of plastic leak into the environment, and mounting evidence shows this problem will continue to grow unless we fundamentally rethink the…

VIDEO: #Timex​ #WeDontStop​ – Chloé Dubois

Chloé is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Ocean Legacy Foundation, a Canadian non-profit organization founded in 2014 with the goal to end plastic waste in our oceans. Ocean Legacy aims to accomplish this through education, advocacy, research and policy that improves infrastructure and waste management, and the foundation takes part in cleanup and restoration efforts to help catalyze anti-pollution actions worldwide.​…

VIDEO: #WeDontStop – Timex Collaborates with Ocean Legacy

#WeDontStop There is no easy solution in ending the world’s plastic pollution crisis but we don’t stop trying. We are happy to announce our latest collaboration with Timex and the #WeDontStop campaign. Not only does this initiative highlight incredible change makers from around the world but the underlying message to continue on in the face…

OLF & Friends Open Canada’s First Ocean Plastic Depot in Powel River, BC

We are proud to announce that BC’s first Ocean Plastic Depot opened at Augusta Recyclers in Powell River on October 26, 2020! Originally announced at PR Peak Oct 14, 2020 Ocean plastic depot to open in Powell River Facility will divert landfill waste and reduce oceanic plastic pollution Powell River Peak The Ocean Plastic Depot…

Plastic superhighway: the awful truth of our hidden ocean waste

June 16, 2020 Adapted from The Imperilled Ocean by Laura Trethewey, published by Goose Lane Editions We called the competition Who Found the Weirdest Thing? So far, the entries that day were a motorcycle helmet, a lithium battery covered with scary stickers asking that we return it to the military, and a toy dinosaur. The…

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