For our planet. Help us.

For our planet. Help us.

  • It’s quiet at the peaks. But the quiet is deceiving: Plastic waste doesn’t just disappear. The half-life is up to 400 years. In the oceans, plastic waste eludes the eye, usually floating below the surface. But where currents are, giant blankets of plastic waste form at remote heaps. A ticking time bomb which is now having a bearing since the heaps continue to grow and the plastic waste takes long, much too long to decompose on its own. Marine animals fall victim. Millions of fish and sea fowl unsuspectingly eat the plastic waste and die. Or are eaten. And the fish ends up on our plates. But the toxins have already spread in the fish. Reports and research on this are clear.
  • We need to act!