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Global Tourism Initiative

By Ocean Recovery Alliance

- Published on July 8, 2021 by Ocean Recovery Alliance

“The tourism industry is a significant information vector, education opportunity and engagement network for reducing plastic pollution at scale, both via the operations of the participants, and in beautifying the communities they serve, so we are excited to be sharing our PDP methodology with companies who are on the road to greatly reducing their plastic footprints,” said Douglas Woodring, Founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance and the PDP.

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Global Tourism Initiative
Westbound Rower - The Great Pacific Challenge

By WestBound Rower

- Published on June 21, 2021 by Erden Eruc

“I’m looking forward to connecting with more classrooms from my rowboat and spreading the message about the current state of our oceans. I have a unique perspective out at sea in which to capture the attention of students and other ocean advocates,” said Eruç.

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Westbound Rower - The Great Pacific Challenge
Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame - Sports and the Environment

By Ocean Recovery Alliance

- Published on May 5, 2021 by Press Release

The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame recently held its 2020 induction and award ceremony, which had been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in a virtual celebration instead of its typical in-person ceremony. Among the celebrated inductees in the prestigious Hall of Fame was Ocean Recovery Alliance Founder and Managing Director, Doug Woodring, born in the Bay Area and former Cal Swimmer.

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Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame - Sports and the Environment
PDP Thailand - Sea Circular

By Darrel Moore

- Published on April 12, 2021 by Circular

SWAT (The Solid Waste Management Association, Thailand) is launching their Plastic Footprint Reduction Project under the framework of the United Nations Environment Programme’s SEA circular project, initiated by the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia (COBSEA), and supported by the Government of Sweden to reduce plastic pollution in our ocean. This will be using the Plastic Disclosure Project (PDP), powered by Ocean Recovery Alliance.

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PDP Thailand - Sea Circular
 

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