ONE EARTH ONE OCEAN E.V. MARITIME WASTE DISPOSALHR
It no longer needs to be emphasized that plastic waste in the world's waters is one of the most serious environmental problems in our global society, which urgently needs a solution. The non-profit organization One Earth One Ocean e.V. from Munich and Kiel has been pursuing the goal of removing plastic waste from waters around the world since 2011. In addition, the association is involved nationally and internationally in research into microplastics, education and awareness-raising work, as well as documentation on the subject of marine littering. In 2013, OEOO received the prestigious GreenTec Award, Europe's largest environmental and business award, for its concept of maritime garbage disposal. In addition, the concept of the SeeElefant waste recycling ship received the Federal Government's Ecodesign 2019 award! Information about OEOO and its projects can be found ater www.oeoo.world
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BORNEO ORANGUTAN SURIVAL
The topic of sustainability should not end with our work. In addition, we would like to take responsibility for nature and the environment. One of our projects is the cooperation with the organization Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS). We support BOS on the one hand with sponsorships and donations, on the other hand we want to make the topic of orangutan protection more visible.
WHY ORANGUTAN PROTECTION?
Tropical rainforests are the most biodiverse ecosystems on our planet. It is not for nothing that they are also called the green lungs of the earth. Saving animals and rehabilitating them in wards is not enough to save a species from extinction. Anyone who wants to pursue sustainable species protection must also protect the habitat. Palm oil, mining and timber companies are transforming the last remaining tropical forests into mono-plantations, sandy deserts or barren grass steppes. In order to be able to give the rehabilitated orangutans a future, the last of the rainforests must be placed under protection. The BOS Foundation has set this as a long-term goal. More information about BOS and their projects can be found atr www.orangutan.de