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Turn the tide

ON Plastic Pollution

Individual action, global impact

We believe in a world where our actions are connected to our oceans so all life can thrive. Whether you live in a big city or feel more at home underwater, we can all make a difference when it comes to our everyday actions.  Together we can stop plastic pollution at source, so our oceans and beaches won’t need to be cleaned in the future. 

Join thousands of incredible everyday activists across the UK and help create a wave of change. With your help, we’re empowering communities, changing behaviour, championing reusables and pressuring big brands and retailers to act. 

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City to Sea’s campaigns are having a great impact here in the UK. Global plastic pollution is a serious threat to our seas and the wider environment and it’s fantastic to see a group of dedicated people tackling the issue and making real progress

HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL

Multi-award-winning writer and broadcaster

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