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The growing pollution in our oceans is not just news, it’s a growing reality in our planet. While it’s true that environmental awareness is expanding every day, actions and not words are the only thing capable of leading us to change. This was the thinking of François van den Abeele when he created Sea2See, a project focused on manufacturing sunglasses made of 100% recycled plastic, debris and fishing nets recovered from the ocean.
At Sea2See, we have prepared a short list of simple habits that we can all practice daily. Every drop, every grain of sand, absolutely counts. The sum of many small efforts is the factor that can produce real change.
It’s been said that by 2050 oceans will have more plastic than fish and marine wildlife. Discarded fishing nets represent over 10% of all plastic marine pollution, and they are one of the main causes of ocean contamination and deaths.