Inspiring positive change.
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HANDS-ON RECYCLING WORKSHOPS
≋ Our outreach program will use hands-on workshops to educate others about the issues surrounding ghost nets and ocean plastic but with a twist.We won’t just focus on the problems that we face but also the solutions through interactive demonstrations of how the plastic can be recycled into new products.
≋ Our workshops will bring a mini version of our real life recycling process into your school or community. Our specialist hand-operated shredder and injection moulder will teach our waste-into-resource concept by providing an interactive experience enabling participants to transform their beach-clean plastic into new forms and products themselves.
≋ Each workshop can be tailored to your school, community group or business’s needs and our sessions range from half hour talks to full day workshops.
DELIVERING IMPACT AND INSPIRATION TO THE NEXT-GENERATION
༄ Encourage environmental action
༄ Deepen knowledge of the marine environment and the value of marine ecosystems
༄ Develop a better understanding of plastic, and how the material’s incredible properties provide both opportunities and environmental hazards
༄ Give individuals a hands-on experience where they can be part of the recycling process
༄ Encourage a curiosity and inspire others to think about how problems can be turned on their head
༄ Allow people to engage with innovative thinking
༄ Leave people with a sense of hope that they can have a positive impact Our schools program has been designed around the national curriculum and will develop the key learning objectives at each key stage. Each session will incorporate different aspects of the curriculum, largely focussing on science and geography but they can also be tailored to include art and design or marine biology, or both!
For more information or to book a workshop please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Education and Outreach (PlaNET Action)
Before Waterhaul, I taught a university accredited marine biology course and scuba diving on circumnavigating sailing vessel. Within my course, I had a strong emphasis on plastic pollution and climate change, but also the the positive impact we as individuals can have on the environment. Now settled on dry land, I'm developing and delivering PlaNET Action; a unique education programme involving hands-on ocean plastic recycling workshops which will enable people to connect with the environmental issues we are facing and empower them to make positive change.