⛱ At the beach, in the mountains 🗻, in the countryside, in nature 🌳, and also on a city trip 🏙we are all about to enjoy summer.
So during this summer period, let’s remain vigilant and always take care of our ecosystems : limit your waste, sort your packaging, don’t throw your cigarette butts on the ground 🚬, collect the waste that hangs on the ground and put it in a garbage can.🗑
Simple but effective actions to protect our oceans!
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Because so many of you are asking yourself a lot of questions about the Manta project, the crew of The SeaCleaners has decided to answer them!
For this first episode, Eric Le Plomb, Operational Scientific Managerand and Yannick Lerat, Scientific Director are on deck!
Why is it important to collect plastics at sea? How much plastic is dumped into the ocean each year? What part of the planet do the oceans cover?…
Discover the answers of our two experts right away!
Volunteer of The SeaCleaners since its creation, Sophie Fabbi is present in the animations and events of the association.
Her professional communication and marketing skills are a real asset for teams in the field.
A unique exhibition dedicated to the Oceans, La Mer XXL took place from the 29th of June to the 10th of July and made Nantes the showcase of the marine worlds in France!
The SeaCleaners, favourite of Jean-Marie Biette, co-organizer of the event, presented the Manta project and its actions to raise awareness and invite future generations to act as closely as possible to the source of plastic pollution.
From June 1st to September 30th, the 16th edition of the Festival La Gacilly Photo takes place. For the past 16 years, this event has focused it ́s program on major environmental and societal issues in order to raise awareness and enlighten the world through the eyes of photographers. In his work “Sentinels of a Damaged Land”;,Éric Garault painted a portrait of Yvan Bourgnon and highlighted the actions of The SeaCleaners.
From July 19 to 27, CISV Ouest organized its summer camp in La Trinité-sur-Mer, in partnership with Alice Besnard, Educational Officer at The SeaCleaners.
CISV is an international association whose objective is to raise awareness and inspire action for a more just and peaceful world. Through fun activities and educational activities, a dozen teenagers were able to discover the Manta project, better understand the importance of the oceans, set up eco-gestures on a daily basis but also exchange with people in Trinité and holidaymakers on the impacts of plastic pollution. A real intergenerational meeting!
“We are polluting 70% of the planet, because that’s what the oceans represent on the surface of the planet!”
Read the testimony of Pierre Charlemagne, CEO of ECODDS, patron of The SeaCleaners, who has decided to support a project like the Manta for its concrete and immediate nature…