resources

Take a look at some of our resources below.

Clean Seas brand guide

This guide provides an overview of the CleanSeas visual identity as well as guidelines for using key graphic elements of that identity: Logo, typography, colors, patterns, and photography. These guidelines should be adhered to in all print, digital, and yet to be defined media.

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Clean Seas Logos

Clean Seas logos in languages

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The back to school education pack

Start the school year by breaking up with single-use plastics.

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The State of Plastic

The benefits of plastic are undeniable. The material is cheap, lightweight and easy to make. These qualities have led to a boom in the production of plastic over the past century. This trend will continue as global plastic production skyrockets over the next 10 to 15 years. We are already unable to cope with the amount of plastic waste we generate. Only a tiny fraction is recycled. About 13 million tonnes of plastic leak into our oceans every… download publication

Single-use Plastics – A Roadmap for Sustainably

The benefits of plastic are undeniable. The material is cheap, lightweight and easy to make. These qualities have led to a boom in the production of plastic over the past century. This trend will continue as global plastic production skyrockets over the next 10 to 15 years. We are already unable to cope with the amount of plastic waste we generate, unless we rethink the way we manufacture, use and manage plastics. Ultimately, tackling one of… download publication

Marine Litter Vital Graphics

Every year, the sum of humanity’s knowledge increases exponentially. And as we learn more, we also learn there is much we still don’t know. Plastic litter in our oceans is one area where we need to learn more, and we need to learn it quickly. That’s one of the main messages in Marine Litter Vital Graphics. Another important message is that we already know enough to take action. It sounds like a contradiction, but it’s not. As this report… download publication

Marine Plastic Debris & Microplastics Global Lessons and Research to Inspire Action and Guide Policy Change

Plastic debris, or litter, in the ocean is now ubiquitous. Society’s adoption of plastics as a substitute for traditional materials has expanded almost exponentially since the 1950s, when large-scale plastic production began. Durability is a common feature of most plastics, and it is this property, combined with an unwillingness or inability to manage end-of-life plastic effectively that has resulted in marine plastics and microplastics… download publication

Marine Litter Legislation: A Toolkit for Policymakers

Marine litter poses serious environmental, health, and economic threats to oceans and coastal ecosystems. It also presents a unique legal and regulatory challenge for many nation States (hereinafter States), as it can originate from diverse land-based and sea-based sources both within and outside of a State. While the full magnitude of the problem can be difficult to ascertain, some estimates suggest that an average of 8 million tons of… download publication