There’s an undercurrent of activity. Plastic Oceans is embarking on a new adventure. One where science and storytelling are used to stop ocean threats within a generation. And we’ve got a new online presence to make it happen.

Can we relearn plastic?

Access our educational resources to support a new generation of plastic intelligent changemakers. Our Ocean Discovery Days provide educators with the tools they need to engage and inspire young people. These fun challenges help teams come up with science-based solutions that will develop plastic intelligent schools and communities.

How can you get involved?


Individuals and Communities


Science and Research

Start tackling your plastic habits with this guide:

Watch our seminal documentary ‘A Plastic Ocean’ praised by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time”. The production team led by Jo Ruxton, experienced the issue first-hand, right at the ocean centres. It ignited mass consumer awareness and was even the reason the BBC’s Blue Planet II production included a sequence about plastic in their environmental episode.

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