How Can You Help?
Ocean Recovery Alliance is a non-profit organization focused on bringing new technologies, innovation, ideas and collaborations to improve the health of our ocean. Our projects are both global and local in nature, and we welcome donations of any size in order to keep our projects alive. Our two Clinton Global Initiative commitments, aimed at reducing plastic pollution on a global level, were the first of their type which any company or country could use immediately, without the need for bans, taxes or legislative changes. These were way ahead of the world's broad awareness of plastic pollution (as they were announced in 2010), but are highly relevant today, now that people are interested in mitigating the problem, and beginning to engage in the creation of a circular economy. These projects are our Plastic Disclosure Project (PDP), and our Global Alert platform/app. Each are powerful enabling platforms which can be used by any stakeholders/institutions in any community in order to help them address, and solve, some of the local issues that might exist vis-a-vis plastic waste. We also founded and run one of the only business conferences, which solely focuses on innovations and solutions for plastic in its 2nd life, so there is no waste footprint, the Plasticity Forum. This was first launched at the Rio+20 Earth Summit, and has been held in 13 global cities since then, with the latest having been with United Nations Environment (UNEP) and their Sea of Solutions Conference in Bangkok, 2019.
You can support the Ocean Recovery Alliance in several ways – by spreading the word on what we are doing, by offering your technologies, knowhow or ideas, and of course, by providing financial support for our efforts. Send us a note - we'd be happy to see how we can collaborate, as we have many touch-points with community, education, science, companies, governments and innovations. firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also donate via our SimplyGiving page.
We have worked with all types of companies, groups and institutions in the past years, in a variety of countries and programs, with some of the organizations listed below. Our list of supporters for our Plasticity Forums are included below as well.
United Nations Environment (UNEP), World Bank (Global Partnership for Oceans), Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, UBS, Goldman Sachs, SalesForce, 11th Hour Racing, O’Melveny & Myers, Avery Dennison, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Maritime Museum, World Plastics Council, American Chemistry Council, SPREP, Deutsche Bank, Pacific Basin, Mandarin Hotel Group, Peninsula Hotel Group, ORCA, Phuket Hotel Association, Rosewood Hotel (Phnom Penh), Treeline Resorts, Thailand Tourist Association, Marina Bay Sands, Kuehn Nagel, Undivided Foods, Lush Cosmetics (HK), Starboard Sports, ADM Capital Foundation, David Trubridge, Oak Foundation, Austin Family Foundation, Conservation Media Group, Chellaram Foundation, Gili EcoTrust, Bambu Stage, State Street, Royal Geographic Society, Volcom (HK), Hogan Lovells, Koc Foundation, Schroders, French Int'l School, Hong Kong Int'l School, L'Oreal, Adidas, Citibank, Malibu Foundation, Kitesurfing for the Ocean, Local Motion, Walgreen Boots Alliance, Wallem Group.
Plasticity Forum Sponsors/Supporters/Participants:
3M Company, 4DNext, Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, Accenture, Advanced Recycling, AmBiGroup, American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, Amore Pacific, Andaz Shanghai, Aquafil Group, As You Sow, ASTRON, ASU Sustainability Solutions Service, Auria, Australian Capital Territory NO Waste, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, Avery Dennison, BASF, BioCellection, BioSerie, Blockchain, British Plastics Federation, Brunel University London, Business Ecology, ByFusion, C2 Hybrid Gloves, CalRecycle, CamelBak, Canadian Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, Chemours, City of Hobart, City of London, City of Long Beach, Cleanaway, Cleanwater Group, CMA Finance Solutions, Coca-Cola Beverages (Shanghai), Coca-Cola Amatil, Coca-Cola Co, Coca-Cola South Pacific, Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Holland Innovation Network, Consultek Consulting Group, Covestro, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, CSIRO, Dart Container Corp, Dell, Dow Chemical, Dresden, DTU Mekanik, Dunia Designs, Dupont, Eastman Chemical, Eco & More, EcoCanton, EcoLayers Inc, EcoMax Textile Co, Edwards Lifesciences, EkumuroH2O, EMG, Envision Plastics, Envorinex, Eunomia, European Baler Rentals, European Union, ExxonMobil Chemical, Fiji Airways, Fiji Bitter, Fiji Water, Fixed Hub, Ford Motors, Futurekind, Food Industry Asia, Fukutomi, Good Environmental Choice Australia, Grand Pacific Hotel Suva, Green Initiatives, H&M, HASCO America, HDX Mix, HNC, Hopkins Nanjing Center, HP, Hubbub, IDEO, Ingenieurbro Verheij, Innovation Centre Denmark, Inovyn, Institute for Sustainable Futures, Integrated Green Energy, Interface, Inteva Products, Jane Goodall Institute, Jiangsu Environmental Resources Exchange, JOCO, Johnson & Johnson, Just Egg, Just Global, Kanazawa University, Lane Crawford, Laparella, LatcoAmerica, LBS, Leeds, Licella, Los Alamos National Laboratory, LyondellBasell, Mafiabags, Malibu Foundation, Mango Materials, Material Solutions, MBA Polymers, McDonough Innovation, Mercer University, Merged Vertices, MIDA, MPMA, Metamorphosis, MGT Engineering, Michigan State University, MIDWASTE, Mind Square Australia, More Recycling Associates, Morgan Stanley, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Natural Step, Nature Works, NDS Inc, Nev House, Nextek Ltd, North China University of Technology, Norwec, Oldcastle, NSW EPA, Origin Furniture, PAC.NZ, PCA Materials, Penn State Behrend, Petronas, PIC Plastic Industrial Company, Piper Alderman, PlastX, Plastic Collective, Plastic Forests,Polymaterials, PRIF, Protective Packaging Systems, Putao Technology, Randwick City Council, Red Group, Repeat Plastics – REPLAS, Republic of Everyone, Sabic, Schmidt Marine Technology Partners, Scion, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Sekisui SPI, Shanghai Connector Marketing & PR, Sineo International Trading Co, SMaRT Centre, Society of Plastics Engineers, South Pacific Tourism Organisation, SowAsia, SPREP, Starboard, Stifel, Strathfield Council, Successful Design, Suez, Sustainability Victoria, Swissnex China, Techmer PM, The Plastics Circle, The Circular Experiment, The Plastics Circle, The Squirrelz, TIC Group, Toyota Research Institute, Traditional Green, Trucost, Tupperware Brands, U.S. Green Solutions, UBS Investment Bank, University of California Berkeley, University of Houston, University of Newcastle, University of Technology Sydney, Vanden Global, Veolia, Vinyl Council of Australia, Vision Textile/Waste2Wear, Watsons Water, Winds Group, World View Impact, World Wildlife Foundation, Yates, YTL Group, Zoological Society.