Flidgywumper Saves the Seas

Below is a list of organizations, their contact information, and a bit about what they do to help stop ocean plastic pollution.
Please find ways to support the efforts of those working to save our precious oceans, the fish, and us.

Save the Seas

"After spending many years as an environmental journalist, I believed that radioactive waste pollution to be the most terrible, but now believe that if we do not stop making plastic the way it is now made, we will need to find safe ways to store the tons of single-use plastic waste generated throughout the world on a daily basis -- in much the same way we must store nuclear waste in order to keep it out of the environment."...Karin Westdyk, Author Flidgywumper Saves the Seas

Plastic Pollution Coalition

Non-profit communications and advocacy organization collaborating with an expansive global alliance of organizations, businesses, and individuals to create a more just, equitable, regenerative world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts.

4401 A Connecticut Ave. NW #143
Washington DC 20008

Beyond Plastics
Their mission: to end plastic pollution everywhere! 
Pairing the wisdom and experience of environmental policy experts with the energy and creativity of grassroots advocates to build a vibrant and effective movement to end plastic pollution. We use our deep policy and advocacy expertise to build a well-informed, effective movement seeking to achieve the institutional, economic, and societal changes needed to save our planet, and ourselves, from the negative health, climate, and environmental impacts of the production, usage, and disposal of plastics.
Contact page: https://www.beyondplastics.org/contact
Bennington College
1 College Dr.
Bennington, VT 05201
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Break Free from Plastics
Since its launch in 2016, more than 12,000 organizations and individual supporters from across the world have joined the BreakFreeFromPlastic movement to demand massive reductions in single-use plastics and to push for lasting solutions to the plastic pollution crisis.
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With just, equitable Zero Waste Solutions, more people will have access to clean air, fresh water, green jobs, and healthier neighborhoods.

Just Zero
With just, equitable Zero Waste Solutions, more people will have access to clean air, fresh water, green jobs, and healthier neighborhoods.

Sea of Life
Strengthening Communities to Protect the Ocean

Texas Campaign for the Environment

Empowering Texans to fight through sustained grassroots organizing campaigns that shift corporate and government policy.


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A Plastic Planet
Grassroots organization with asingle goal to turn off the plastic tap focusing on absolute reduction in the production and use of plastic in package food and drink and drive the change toward responsible alternatives.


LinkedIN: A Plastic Planet

Story of Stuff

We’re part of a global movement working to hold polluters accountable and put people over profit. Featuring
dozens animated shorts and documentaries that chart a path to a more just and sustainable future.

EARTHDAY.ORG is unwavering in our commitment to end plastics for the sake of human and planetary health, demanding a 60% reduction in the production of ALL plastics by 2040.
1752 N Street NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC

With an unstoppable global movement of millions of people around the world, we can achieve an ambitious Global Plastics Treaty that will turn off the plastics tap and finally, end the age of plastic - for our health, our communities, climate, and the planet.
Greenpeace Plastic Pollution Efforts
1300 Eye Street, NW

Suite 1100 East
Washington, D.C. 20005
(202) 462-1177
(202) 462-4507 (Fax)

Oceana campaigns to stop plastic pollution at the source, by working to pass local, state, and national policies that reduce the production and use of unnecessary single-use plastic and move toward refill and reuse systems. 
Oceana's Plastic Pollution Efforts

1025 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite #200
Washington, DC 20036 USA
Phone: +1 (202) 833-3900
Toll-free: +1 (877) 7-OCEANA
General Inquiries: info@oceana.org

International Offices

The Plastic Free Home
Seek and share ideas on how we can all make a difference and give our planet a helping hand, by loving and looking after the natural world, consuming less and living more sustainably.

Clean Ocean Project
For the last 20 years, this organization has removed tons of trash from beaches all over Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Morocco, Brazil, El Salvador, and Belgium. Besides cleaning the beaches, the goal of the Clean Ocean Project is to educate people about the issue of ocean waste and create awareness towards more sustainable living.

Calle los quemados s/n, 
35650 Lajares, Fuerteventura Island
+34 928 86 86 51

Ocean Conservancy

Ocean Conservancy has charted a course to plastic-free beaches by calling for source-reduction policies for the most common items polluting our shorelines and waterways around the world. Together we create evidence-based solutions for a healthy ocean and wildlife and communities that depend on it. 
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Oceanic Society
Working to reduce ocean plastic pollution in our homes and communities worldwide.

Oceanic Society
P.O. Box 844
Ross, CA 94957
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Plastic Oceans
Through programs in education, activism, and sciences, we advocate for global change to support a circular economy and sustainable communities worldwide. Branches in Chile, Europe, and Mexico. Dedicated to ending plastic pollution and fostering sustainable communities worldwide.

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Clean Seas

Clean Seas aims at rallying the power of the crowd in the fight against marine litter and plastic pollution.

The Turner Plastics Challenge


Surfrider Foundation

Dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves, and beaches, for all people through a powerful activist network.

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5 Gyres
The 5 Gyres Institute is a leader in the global movement against plastic pollution, with more than 10 years of expertise in scientific research, engagement, and education. With the original goal to answer a few key scientific questions about ocean plastics, co-founders Marcus Eriksen and Anna Cummins led 19 research expeditions in all five subtropical gyres, as well as many of the world’s lakes and rivers. 5 Gyres continues to lead with scientific research to drive upstream solutions through education, advocacy, and community building.



Take 3 for the Seas
Take 3 pieces of rubbish with you when you leave the beach, waterway, or...anywhere, and you have made a difference.

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Ocean-focused research missions where people discover their role in tackling plastic pollution. 
Building a global network of multidisciplinary women who can contribute to world-class scientific studies, explore solutions, and use their unique skill sets to tackle the problem from all angles.


Clean Ocean Action
A leading national and regional voice working to protect waterways using science, law, research, education, and citizen action. Focus is NJ/NY coast.


Coral Reefs Alliance
We work at local, regional, and global levels to keep coral reefs healthy, so they can adapt to climate change and survive for generations to come.

Marine Conservation Institute
Marine Conservation Institute is dedicated to securing permanent, strong protection for the oceans’ most important places – for us and future generations.


The Ocean Cleanup
Our mission is to develop and scale technologies to rid the oceans of plastic. We need to complete one of the most ambitious engineering projects on the face of the planet. To succeed in our mission, we hire dedicated, fully focused, and out-of-the-box thinking employees.
Contact Page: https://theoceancleanup.com/contact/