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OCEAN KEEPERS

The mission of Ocean Keepers is:

  • to inform and educate as many consumers, corporations, businesses, civic groups etc. about the ecological disaster CAUSED by the indiscriminate use and improper disposal of plastics today
  • to rid the planet of all forms of un-necessary plastic that is found in our oceans, landfills, and environment
  • to leave the planet cleaner than we found it for this generation and all those that follow us.
  • to work with businesses and corporations to bring ideas and products to them that will help facilitate and integrate their corporate contribution & message to  the Green Revolution.
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5 Comments leave one →
  1. September 23, 2008 4:13 pm

    a blog fighting plastic !?
    how mad can you get 😉
    we do the same on our blog,
    mainly in dutch
    but do have a look at the pics !!
    http://plastiek-stop.blogspot.com/

    • October 16, 2009 11:30 pm

      toon

      would you consider writing a piece for us? I am now the “green culture writer” for the Examiner. Maybe I could integrate your piece into an article about our common passion… plastic pollution.

      I think there are many people that would appreciate your e perspective as someone living n Europe … this is a world wide problem

      we need to work together to find workable solutions

  2. sportsone234 permalink*
    October 1, 2008 7:57 pm

    Thank you for the contact.

    Know there are people here who want to change this. This is one time when we can all work together to make something good happen.

    Please let us know of any progress or success stories of any kind when they happen on your side of Atlantic.

  3. March 28, 2009 6:21 am

    Hi there. In fact, there is a whole community of bloggers working to reduce our plastic waste and plastic consumption. I’ve been on a roll since June of 2007 — coming up on 2 years!

    http://www.fakeplasticfish.com

    I believe I’ve got the most comprehensive list on the Internet of ways to reduce plastic in our lives. Still, it’s definitely a work in progress. Please stop by. Would love to connect with you and find out more about your project and blog.

    Feel free to email me directly at beth [at] fakeplasticfish [dot] com.

    BTW, found your site via Best Green Blogs.

    • March 28, 2009 1:49 pm

      Hi Beth:

      Just visited your site. Love it. I’m linking now. This is a work of love while I focus on my political blog, and business, and a host of other things. BTW, I am surprised at the number of reflexive negative reactions I’ve received about doing something so easy for the planet. I’ve purposely tried not to identify villains or bad guys in this because it’s usually the best way to turn people off even before they’ve the message, but that’s a topic of a future post.

      Keep up the good work, too!

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