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Turn the tide

ON Plastic Pollution

Individual action. A global difference.

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. 

Choose to reuse

Ok, so you know it’s time for change but where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Find everything you need to get started on your plastic-free journey right here.

Live with less plastic at home

Are you looking for ways to live with less plastic? 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.

Have a plastic-free period

Whether you’re looking to make a simple switch to plastic-free tampons and pads or want to give period pants, reusable pads or the menstrual cup a go, we’ve got you covered on your journey to #PlasticFreePeriods.

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Donate to City to Sea

Oceans and waterways around the world urgently need our help and we’re hugely grateful to our supporters for donating to City to Sea. Our donations go directly to our campaigns, powering on-the-ground community action, lobbying governments and creating powerful, playful content designed to inspire change.

Join the Refill Revolution

Download the Refill App

Download the free app to find places near you to shop, eat and drink without the pointless packaging.

Get reusables back on the menu

Join the growing movement and add your voice to let businesses know you want them to start accepting reusables again.

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Have a contactless coffee

Reusables are safe, so enjoy your drink without the plastic and choose a contactless coffee.

Start a Refill Scheme

Join your local Refill Scheme, or start a new one to help power the Refill Revolution in your area.

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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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