Turn the Tide on Plastic #CleanSeas

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Help eliminate microplastics in cosmetics and reduce single-use plastics

Join over 1 million people who demand a phase-out of single use plastic worldwide within the next five years
2,000 people who have made commitments, such as not using plastic bags and single-use water bottles, to reduce their plastic footprint and over
20 Governments that have joined Clean Seas with action plans to reducing waste

Here are a few things you can do to help turn the tide on plastics:

  • Attend a beach or shore clean-up near you, or organize one and register it
  • Take a photo and enter the #CleanSeas Photo Challenge for a chance to win a trip to the 2018 International Marine Debris Conference in San Diego
  • Urge firms to cut single-use plastic packaging – take photos of unnecessary packaging and share them with the #CleanSeas hashtag
  • Spread the word! Ask your family and friends to reduce their plastic footprint and share ideas of how they can

Join the tide: www.cleanseas.org

About Clean Seas: Launched by UN Environment in February, the Clean Seas calls on governments, industry and citizens to end the excessive usage of single-use plastic and eliminate microplastics in cosmetics, both major sources of marine litter, by the year 2022.