Coastal Cleanup: Beaches
Cali coastal commission
The Commission is committed to protecting and enhancing California’s coast and ocean for present and future generations. It does so through careful planning and regulation of environmentally-sustainable development, rigorous use of science, strong public participation, education, and effective intergovernmental coordination. https://www.coastal.ca.gov/whoweare.html
Coastal clean up day
Fighting for Trash Free Seas® Ocean Conservancy
Start A Cleanup
More than 12 million volunteers have collected over 220 million pounds of trash
Every year during Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup®, hundreds of thousands of volunteers comb lakes, rivers and beaches around the world for trash. For over three decades, more than 12 million volunteers have collected over 220 million pounds of trash.
Join the wave. Next time you’re headed out to the beach or a nearby park, download Ocean Conservancy’s app, Clean Swell and take along a trash bag to collect and document the debris you find.
Feeling more ambitious? Recruit friends and family to join you in a larger cleanup. Explain to them that no matter where you live—whether on the coast or hundreds of miles inland—all waterways lead to the ocean. But if we take action and work together, we can improve the ocean’s health and make trash free seas a reality.
Here’s everything you’ll need to plan your own cleanup:
Piha Beach Cleanup 2017
more videos: https://www.ecosia.org/videos?q=new+zealand+beach+cleanup