IN THE NAME OF
THE OCEAN & COASTAL
The Sea2see Foundation is a non-profit that has two main objectives
ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL
Work in collaboration with local communities to preserve coastal and marine environments & raise awareness about plastic contamination.
Support initiatives to rescue children from slavery in the fishing industry and provide them with education.
Preserving our Oceans from Plastic contamination
At Sea2see Foundation our aim is to find solutions to protect marine environments from plastic pollution and contribute to the elimination of marine waste.
Why should we act?
- 1 out of 4 fish contains plastic
- Plastic accounts for 90% of all trash floating on the surface of the oceans
- 255 kg end up in the ocean every second
Reducing marine plastic by empowering coastal communities
The amount of plastic in the ocean is expected to double in the next 15 years, and by 2050, there could be more plastic in the ocean than fish (by weight).” The people most affected are those in marginalised coastal communities of the developing world.
Empowering them to take part in our cleanup provides them with a new source of income. Our cleanup collaborations remove marine waste from beaches, lakes, rivers, ports, and intercept ocean-bound plastics from coastal communities.
Saving children from poverty and slavery in the fishing industry
Children as young as five are sold to human traffickers and made to work in terrible conditions in the fishing industry.
The Sea2see Foundation collaborates closely with Free the Slaves to rescue slave kids and finance programs that helps them transition to a better life situation through education.