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Our founder, Natalie Fee is an award-winning environmentalist, speaker and author. Her best-selling book ‘How to Save the World for Free’, is out now.
Get in touch if you’d like to arrange an interview, speaker slot or to get a quote or comment from Natalie or our Sea-EO, Rebecca.
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Plastic straws, cotton buds, and drink stirrers ban “just a drop in a very plastic polluted ocean” say environmental campaigners.
British public encouraged to say goodbye to pointless packaging and the award-winning Refill campaign expands. Drink, shop and eat without the plastic.
An innovative new partnership between eco-swimwear company Rash’R and City to Sea. Rash’r have launched a new reusable mask to stop PPE plastic pollution.
City to Sea respond to Iceland and their honest plastics announcement: “We need a model shift to reusables to tackle supermarkets plastic crisis”
Government needs to be clear about reusable masks in secondary schools to avoid additional “Wave of Plastic Pollution” says leading campaigners.
City to Sea and Wen are today urging schools to take advantage of free period products scheme by the government saying they must “use it or lose it”.
We didn’t think we’d ever like to see anything thrown into Bristol Harbour. But when historical slave-trader Edward Colston’s statue was toppled we’re glad.
‘Armchair Activism’ is defined as someone who sits in their armchair or desk chair and blogs or posts about activist issues without ever taking action.
It’s been a monumental 12 months for us at City to Sea and for the environmental movement as a whole, and here are our 2019 highlights.