To our Oceans
TOGETHER WE’RE TURNING THE TIDE ON PLASTIC POLLUTION
We’re City to Sea, an environmental organisation on a mission to stop plastic pollution. We run people-powered, community–serving campaigns that help individuals and businesses to change the world whilst having some fun on the way. The problem might be complicated, but we think the solutions don’t have to be.
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HOW WE’RE CREATING A WAVE OF CHANGE
CAMPAIGNING FOR A BETTER WORLD
Sick of seeing beaches and riverbanks covered with plastic? Us too! That’s why we’re tackling the most commonly found, single-use plastic items in our rivers and oceans by creating simple solutions and inspiring positive change. Get in on the action and make change happen in your community!
Living with less plastic
Fed up of pointless plastic and looking to make changes in your life? You’ve come to the right place!
Check out our super simple tips, advice and practical actions to help you cut out plastic in your daily life.
WORKING WITH BUSINESSES
We believe the key to lasting change is a balance between individual action and systemic change powered by governments and businesses. That’s why we’re joining forces with brands and retailers to help them reduce their use of plastics.
Are you a business? Want to change the world with us?
Teamwork makes the dream work.
We collaborate with brands, individuals, community groups, NGOs and governments to make change happen.
Everyday activists have supported our campaigns
COMMUNITIES ENGAGED AROUND THE WORLD
Schools Receiving OUR RETHINK PERIODS EDUCATION PROGRAMME
We’re here to help everyone rethink, refuse, reduce and reuse across all of our campaigns.
Pieces of plastic prevented across all of our campaigns
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Our sold-out panel discussion on Periods and disability, impairment and conditions was sponsored by Natracare.
World Refill Day is just around the corner, find out how you can take action on the 16th June and join the Refill Revolution.
Meet Katie, who trialled a lunette cup for three months. Read the interview to find out more about using a menstrual cup with a disability.