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Towards a plastic-free ocean: what's your role?


Wednesday 20th December, 6-9pm

LIBRARY, 112 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BD

Join an intimate group of aspiring changemakers to explore the role that you can play in helping to solve the ocean plastic problem. Whether you are planning an ocean adventure or have an opportunity within your community to make an impact, this workshop with ocean advocate Emily Penn will help you identify how to apply your skills to combat plastic pollution, as well as equip you with effective tools that you’ll need to take action.

You will benefit from learning processes and development used in Emily’s workshops for a variety of high-profile groups, including Volvo Ocean Race athletes and celebrity activists.

This free event is made possible by our supporter 11th Hour Racing.


Part 1: The facts – What we know about ocean plastic pollution and its impact on our planet

Part 2: Spectrum of solutions – Explore the potential solutions to plastic pollution and discover where you can make a difference

Part 3: Take action – Practical steps and approaches to your plastic action plan. This will include a “using your voice for the ocean” session and early-access to an exciting, new, online plastic pollution resource for ocean ambassadors.

This event is open to all, space permitting, but please take a minute to let us know a tiny bit about you and we will confirm your place by email - thanks!

Thanks to the support of 11th Hour Racing:

Through the platform of sailing, 11th Hour Racing aims to increase our understanding of the oceans, find innovative solutions to the challenges that impact marine resources, and promote stewardship of the seas.

This event is in collaboration with eXXpedition:

eXXpedition is a series of all women's voyages to make the unseen seen, from the toxics in our bodies to the toxics in our seas.

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