Sky Ocean Rescue and the Premier League’s partnership aims to raise awareness of the environmental issues caused by single-use plastic and inspire Premier League Clubs and fans to reduce their single-use plastic usage.
Sky Ocean Rescue and the Premier League’s partnership aims to raise awareness of the environmental issues caused by single-use plastic and inspire Premier League Clubs and fans to reduce their single-use plastic usage.
Sky Ocean Rescue’s and WWF’s partnership will see WWF working in the oceans around the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany and Spain. These areas are home to a range of wildlife and WWF willbe protecting and enhancing these areas by working to reduce unsustainable and damaging activities to ensure they can thrive.
Sky Ocean Rescue’s and WWF’s partnership will see WWF working in the oceans around the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany and Spain. These areas are home to a range of wildlife and WWF willbe protecting and enhancing these areas by working to reduce unsustainable and damaging activities to ensure they can thrive.
Project 0 and Sky Ocean Rescue, have come together this World Oceans Day to launch the Pass On Plastic Experience, London’s first ever immersive ocean themed pop up in the heart of London’s Carnaby, that aims to educate and inspire people to make everyday changes to help stop our oceans from drowning in plastic.
Project 0 and Sky Ocean Rescue, have come together this World Oceans Day to launch the Pass On Plastic Experience, London’s first ever immersive ocean themed pop up in the heart of London’s Carnaby, that aims to educate and inspire people to make everyday changes to help stop our oceans from drowning in plastic.
Sky Ocean Rescue and National Geographic joined forces in the fight to eradicate the destructive impact of plastic litter in the world’s oceans, with National Geographic committing $10 million to bring its scientific expertise, grants and media reach to support the activities of Sky Ocean Ventures.
Sky Ocean Rescue and National Geographic joined forces in the fight to eradicate the destructive impact of plastic litter in the world’s oceans, with National Geographic committing $10 million to bring its scientific expertise, grants and media reach to support the activities of Sky Ocean Ventures.
Sky Ocean Rescue are proud partners of ‘Turn the Tide on Plastic’, a team competing in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race. The team is part of the UN Environment’s ‘Clean Seas’ Campaign which aims to better understand the issue of plastic pollution in our oceans and inspire people to take action in their day-to-day lives.
Sky Ocean Rescue are proud partners of ‘Turn the Tide on Plastic’, a team competing in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race. The team is part of the UN Environment’s ‘Clean Seas’ Campaign which aims to better understand the issue of plastic pollution in our oceans and inspire people to take action in their day-to-day lives.
Team Sky has joined the Sky Ocean Rescue journey by unveiling a new kit design for the upcoming Tour de France. The new kit has been designed to help the team stand out in the peloton, with orcas featuring on the back of the jersey. Team Sky have also pledged to remove all single-use plastic packaging from its business operations by 2020. Team Sky is aiming to raise awareness of this important issue and inspire people in the cycling community and beyond.
Team Sky has joined the Sky Ocean Rescue journey by unveiling a new kit design for the upcoming Tour de France. The new kit has been designed to help the team stand out in the peloton, with orcas featuring on the back of the jersey. Team Sky have also pledged to remove all single-use plastic packaging from its business operations by 2020. Team Sky is aiming to raise awareness of this important issue and inspire people in the cycling community and beyond.