Seyi Moejoh Leads Africa’s First Ever Litterathon!

← BACK Ocean Heroes Spotlight Seyi Moejoh Leads Africa’s First Ever Litterathon! November 10, 2020 Oluwaseyi ‘Seyi’ Moejoh’s (19 / Lagos, Nigeria) connection with Ocean Heroes Network goes back to 2019 when she was invited to attend the Ocean Heroes Bootcamp 2019 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Although Seyi relentlessly pursued the necessary travel documents to […]

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Cash Revitalizes the Rivers

← BACK Ocean Heroes Spotlight Cash Revitalizes the Rivers February 21, 2020 Coming from landlocked Tennessee, Cash knows that plastic pollution  isn’t just an ocean problem but a world problem, and a river problem. In his words: “Most ocean plastic actually starts on land and is blown or swept into rivers where it makes its […]

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Art for Activism: Coral’s Quest

Author and illustrator holding their book Coral's Quest

← BACK Ocean Heroes Spotlight Art for Activism: Coral’s Quest February 20, 2020 Zoë, a 10 year old shark and ocean conservationist, has a dream to rid the world of plastic pollution. Through her campaign entitled Coral’s Quest, she is using art and writing to spread awareness about the harmful effects of plastic pollution to […]

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Precious Plastics: Recycling Plastic into a Reusable Future

the team assembles the plastic up cycling equipment

← BACK Ocean Heroes Spotlight Precious Plastics: Recycling Plastic into a Reusable Future February 20, 2020 Co-founders of Precious Plastics: Antoine and Eden Precious Plastics, a student-led organization at Pearson College UWC co-led by Ocean Hero Linnea, is working to create treasure out of trash with their campaign. This project aims to reduce the production […]

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Checking in with Ocean Heroes New Orleans!

Checking in with Ocean Heroes New Orleans! Published January 13, 2020 Who We Are Ocean Heroes New Orleans has been working hard towards plastic pollution solutions in their community! OHNOLA is a group of local students aged 10-18 who came together after Ocean Heroes HQ hosted Bootcamp in New Orleans during Spring of 2018. What We’re Up […]

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Plastic Free Weeks: How Two Vancouver Students Are Changing Behaviors at Their School

Plastic Free Weeks: How Two Vancouver Students Are Changing Behaviors at Their School November 6, 2019 Natalie and Willa-Marie are two Vancouver students on a mission: to rid their K-7 school of single-use plastic! Their campaign focuses on policy (their school’s rules) and demand (their fellow students’ behavior). d To address policy, Natalie and Willa-Marie […]

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Real Life Superhero Robbie!

Real Life Superhero Robbie! Robbie is the founder of a non-profit organization called Kids Speak For Parks which is dedicated to educating kids about the importance of the national parks and monuments. In June, Robbie attended the 2018 Ocean Heroes Bootcamp and formed a partnership with Klean Kanteen and Litterati to extend his campaign to […]

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