Together, Sea Shepherd and Dive partners conduct dive cleanups, host educational, outreach and fundraising events to promote our shared values around marine conservation.
By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced ocean ecosystems, Sea Shepherd UK works to ensure their survival for future generations.
Odyssey Innovation was born from a passion to rid the seas of plastic pollution. In 2014 founder Rob Thompson established a volunteer group of divers to retrieve marine plastic and ghost gear. The eureka moment came after a litter pick using kayaks, it ended with volunteers stood around a great haul of bin bags to have their photo taken.
The knowledge that these bags ended up in landfill had always played upon Rob’s mind and it occurred to him that he could make the kayaks out the plastics gathered and then use the kayaks to gather more plastic. It took a further two years of research and development for Rob to find a way of recycling the marine plastic into a material suitable for kayak manufacturing.
Nomads Surfing is a brand committed to protect the Ocean for future generations. Our mission is to give an eco alternative for surfers who want to be more responsible when it comes to buying their equipment. Surf fins made from ghostnets!
Plastic Playgrounds recycles fishing net waste into circular beach sport products. We are most proud of having developed a new beachsport called: ‘Beachaton’. It’s the first circular beachsport in the world and the rackets are made from recycled fishing nets. So by playing Beachaton you are not only playing a fun new beach sport but you also indirectly contribute to clean up the ocean from this dangerous type of plastic pollution called ghost gear. Help us in our mission to clean up the ocean and create awareness for this problem!
SEA2SEE was started by François van den Abeele, a father and entrepreneur with deep passion for oceans and nature, convinced that around the globe consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious, that they expect ecologically friendly materials, a conservation-minded use of resources, reduced emission of pollutants and greater social commitment.
François firmly believes that every drop counts in changing the world and reimagining product design, use and consumption habits is our duty and one of the greatest challenges of our time. Thinking about our future and the one our children will inherit should be second nature