Take Action this World Oceans Day
This World Oceans Day, people from around the globe are inspired to take action, reduce plastic waste and protect our beautiful blue planet.
Thousands of participants are choosing to refuse single-use plastics, reducing the plastic pollution that ends up in our waterways.
By 2050, it is estimated there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We have a chance to turn the tide on plastic in our oceans.
By helping more people discover alternatives to plastic, we can make a difference to the health of our ocean and our planet.
A gift for our ocean’s future
The ocean is a precious and beautiful resource that we need to protect for future generations.
Today, June 8th, is United Nations World Oceans Day, and it’s a day of celebration, appreciation and recognition. Observing World Oceans Day, and encouraging others to join in, is about raising awareness of the many threats that our oceans face and inspiring others to take action and to become part of the solution.
Explore how others are reducing plastic waste to protect our oceans by:
- Choosing to refuse single-use plastics. From takeaway coffee cups to plastic shopping bags, straws and toiletries there’s a range of reusable alternatives to single-use plastic. Discover some plastic free alternatives now.
- Taking the Plastic Free July challenge and encouraging others to take part with you. 300+ million people have participated in the Plastic Free July challenge, with 900 million kg of single-use plastic waste avoided in 2020.
- Engaging future generations with beautiful stories about our oceans. Discover several Children’s books, perfect for little eyes and ears.
What Eco Friendly Changes Can You Make?
Take advantage of our plastic free alternatives for Plastic Free July. It is a fun and simple way for people to choose to refuse common single-use plastics such as plastic bottles, food wrapping, containers, cups, produce bags and straws in order to reduce our plastic footprint and avoid the risk of polluting the environment.
Together, we can make a big impact with small, yet mighty changes. Thank you for being part of the solution.
We are are proud contributor to The Australian Marine Conservation Society who are Australia’s only national charity dedicated solely to protecting our precious ocean wildlife