Supported Causes

Rainforest Trust, Ocean Cleanup, & Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Rainforest Trust

About:  Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.

 

Through these highly effective partnerships, we can ensure sustainable results necessary for the long-term protection of tropical ecosystems and the wildlife they hold.

  

What I'm doing to help: I am donating 10% of product cost to Rainforest Trust on all orders.  


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The Ocean Cleanup 

Ridding the oceans of plastic
The purpose of The Ocean Cleanup North Pacific Foundation is to preserve and protect the natural ocean environment for the benefit of the public. This includes promoting and supporting the efficient and environmentally-friendly extraction of waste from oceans, seas and other waste areas. It also includes promoting, supporting and performing the environmentally-friendly recycling of such waste.

Main activities
The main activity to be carried out by the Foundation is the assembly of ocean systems for deployment in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, by one of The Ocean Cleanup’s affiliates. The assembly of the first cleanup system is taking place in Alameda, California.

The extracted plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch will be recycled and sold, to finance (part of) the cleanup expansion to the other four ocean gyres, as well as the continued operation of cleanup systems in the North Pacific. The North Pacific Foundation may assist in the marketing and sales of the plastic.

The Foundation will also be responsible for raising funds in the US; firstly for rolling out The Ocean Cleanup initiative in the North Pacific, but also to support other The Ocean Cleanup initiatives around the world. The Foundation will also set-up and manage events in the US, such as media events related to the cleanup system progress.

 

For more information visit: https://theoceancleanup.com/north-pacific-foundation/

 

 

The Ocean Cleanup