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Sounds of the Sea reveal ocean plastic pollution

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Hot on the heels of the world’s biggest ever #ClimateStrike, Saturday 21st September 2019 is World Clean Up Day, an event that will again mobilise millions of people, across 157 countries, to clean up litter in an effort to rid our planet of rubbish.

This epic 36-hour wave of green action coordinates clean up events at beaches, parks, rivers, and forests – from New Zealand to Hawaii – making it the biggest waste collection day in history.

To mark the occasion, Less Plastic has teamed up with Ruport Creative Agency, from Krasnodar, in Southern Russia, not far from the Black Sea. We are a non-profit organisation from South Devon, in the United Kingdom, close to the English Channel.

We’ve taken the opportunity to blend our different ideas, language, geography, and culture to create a unique way to raise awareness of the global issue of ocean plastic pollution; which of course ignores national borders.

Together we created Sounds of the Sea to echo the problem of plastic in the ocean and call on people all over the world to clean up plastic, and even more importantly, follow our strategies to reduce plastic waste.

The innovative video showcases the familiar seaside sounds of surf, seagulls, dophins and whales – all created only using plastic.

To hear our Sounds of the Sea visit: www.listentosea.com

The music samples are available to download for FREE to share so you can help increase awareness of ocean plastic, and so that awareness converts into global action.

Less Plastic specialises in simple, practical ways that individuals, businesses, schools, and communities can reduce their plastic use and waste.

Our infographics have been translated into 27 languages and we are currently seeking donations to fund an exciting, new Less Plastic Ambassadors global programme, to tackle plastic pollution in communities around the world.

Help us clean the world’s oceans so only the sounds of the sea remain. You can make a monthly, or one-time donation here.

To hear our Sounds of the Sea visit: www.listentosea.com

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