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Surfrider Foundation, Ocean Legacy and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society outline solutions to BC plastic waste crisis at World Clean-up event on Kitsilano Beach

Published Sat, 21 Sep 2019 09:49:53 EST Read More

– A National and provincial 9% recycling rate is absolutely not sustainable – Banning unnecessary single-use plastics such as bags and straws in a manner consistent with the bans ratified by the European Union in May 2019 – British columbians can refer to the complete Surfrider Foundation Canad...... Click here to read this release



Surfrider Foundation to release position on BC plastic waste at International Coastal Clean-up event on Kitsilano Beach

Published Tue, 17 Sep 2019 08:31:14 EST Read More

What: Surfrider Foundation will announce recommendations on how the Province of BC can respond to plastic waste. Surfrider will discuss the B.C. Minister of Environment’s public consultation deadline for addressing plastic pollution, Surfrider’s policy recommendations, and how BC residents can effectively participate. When: Saturday, September ...... Click here to read this release