Candy paper, cigerette butts, plastic straws, bottle caps from a beverage bottle.

Everywhere we look, along rivers, streams, canals, and coastlines, we find large amount of plastic waste. A part of that plastic ends up in the ocean and causes great damage on the precious marine environment.

Plastic Change is working on creating awareness on this major issue with plastic pollution, and on engaging people to do cleanups in their local environment. The very best thing you can do is to reduce the amount of plastic you buy and use, and to recycle as much as you can.

And if you want to do even more, you can do cleanups in your neighborhood.

We have created a guide for how to arrange your own beach cleanup or elsewhere:

Join World Cleanup Day
on the 19. September 2020.