The man who removed 9000 tons of garbage off the beaches in Mumbai
Afroz Shah's love of the ocean provoked him to help gather people in the long journey towards realizing the problem with beach and ocean pollution.
17 students from Hawaii and one question - How plastic pollution is forming the future of our oceans
"Protect the place you are coming from, wherever that may be"
Sea Chair by Studio Swine
Sea Chair is made entirely from plastic gathered from the ocean. Together with local fisherman, Studio Swine are processing plastic peaces and are transforming trash into an item of high added value.
19 year old student with technological solutions for cleaning the world's oceans
A Plastic Ocean - Trailer
4Ocean is a global movement which is actively removing trash from the oceans and at the same time is inspiring people to work towards a cleaner seas and oceans.
Alison Teal is the women version of Indiana Jones. She travels the world with her camera and eco-friendly surf board to share her secrets in survival, sustainability, health and happiness through the prism of her comic and inspiring character.
"Package free shop"
Lauren Singer, known for living a zero waste lifestyle. Lives in New York City, runs a store called 'Package Free Shop' in Brooklyn. Her popular blog, 'Trash is for Tossers' details how she lives a lifestyle free from sending trash to landfills. She's making the minimal environmental impact she can, and you can too by replacing everyday disposable products with reusable ones.
Zero waste girl
Lauren Singer from New York, is making an effort to change the way we think about waste. Over the past two years, she has produced only enough trash to fill a 16 oz mason jar.
The majestic plastic bag
Narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons, this "mockumentary" video, hammers home the stark reality of California's plastic bag pollution situation.
The Japanese zero waste village Kamikatsu
Village Kamikatsu, Japan has taken the initiative to lead the way in a new level of sustainability. Whilst the rest of the country is only recycling about 20%, Kamikatsu is surpassing it's neighbors with the staggering 80% recycling.