Hear from Natalie Fee
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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Global movement unites to tackle plastic pollution, urging governments and brands to put reuse at the heart of recovery plans.
World Refill Day: 81% of Brits want refillable products to be top government priority for ending plastic crisis – new poll.
We’re excited to announce we’ll be setting sail this summer with Darwin200 to undertake a first of its kind, UK-wide Plastics Survey.
Here’s a rundown of just some of the things we made happen last year. And it’s all thanks to our supporters, partners, friends and community.
After two successful, rewarding and challenging years, CEO Rebecca Burgess is stepping down, handing back to City to Sea founder Natalie Fée.
Responding to the ‘Reducing single-use plastic in Wales’ public consultation, City to Sea are urging the Welsh Government to go further.
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.