We Need Your Help
Plastic pollution is a global problem that can only be solved if we all work together on a local level. We must be part of the solution – not part of the problem.
It is not only important to raise awareness of the impact of plastic pollution within each community, in all available languages, but it is important to retell the story in different ways so that it resonates within each community.
“People might not care, even if they know, but they can’t care if they don’t know” —Sylvia Earle
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Support our Campaign to activate Canadians to go beyond their own homes and motivate others in their workplaces, schools, and communities to rethink plastic
Canadian Charity Registration No 74084 6894 RR0001
Cheques can be mailed to: Ian Merkel, Treasurer, Plastic Oceans Foundation Canada. 57 East 26th Ave Vancouver BC Canada V5V 2G6
Join us as we continue to push for social change and measurable outcomes through development and execution of community-focused strategies through our Ocean Guardian programs and become an advocate for change.
Other Activation Campaigns
Support our other various campaigns to activate Canadians to go beyond their own homes and motivate others in their workplaces and communities to “Rethink Plastic” or become an Ocean Guardian of our organization.
Want to reduce your “Plastic Footprint”? Take steps through many new outlets and organizations popping up across Canada, for alternatives to plastics for everyday life, including no packaging. Some of these alternative outlets and organizations offer a % of your purchases to directly benefit Plastic Oceans Foundation Canada.
We have developed educational materials targeting corporations and communities to encourage them to improve environmental sustainability practices in their organizations. We are continuously creating new film footage of the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans and environment, and also documents of solutions and activism in these areas.
We have also created various shortened film footage of the original documentary A Plastic Ocean (20 min, 8 min) and continue to develop additional film footage with with education curriculum guides for use in schools (elementary and secondary) and other educational institutions.
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