We need your help to win an SCCU Community Grant!

We need your help to win an SCCU Community Grant!

Positive Change for Marine Life has been lucky enough to be nominated for one of Southern Cross Credit Union’s (SCCU) Community Grants! We’ve been short-listed to use the grant money towards our Source to Sea education programs, a part of our Activ8 for the Ocean and River Warriors initiatives.

Update from our 'Don't Be A Sucker' Initiative

Update from our 'Don't Be A Sucker' Initiative

Over the past few months, our team has been gathering resources and refining our processes for the Don’t Be A Sucker Campaign (DBAS). We’re celebrating our newest single-use plastic free partner, The Sticky Wicket!

We've been nominated as finalists for the Green Globe Awards!

We've been nominated as finalists for the Green Globe Awards!

We were honoured to have recently been nominated by the NSW Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) as finalists for the Community Leadership Category in this year’s Green Globe Awards. The Community Leadership award recognises outstanding community leadership and commitment from NSW not-for-profit organisations whose sustainable initiatives are locally relevant and have widespread benefits for communities.

India: Plastic Free for the Sea

India: Plastic Free for the Sea

This month our team in India has been finalising the preparations for the Plastic Free for the Sea campaign and working with our local partners to provide them with additional income for creating sustainable products, a move which will hopefully turn the tide on plastic pollution in the region!

Festival for the Seas 2018 at Byron Bay Brewery

Festival for the Seas 2018 at Byron Bay Brewery

On 25th August, Positive Change for Marine Life collaborated with local marine conservation organisations and the Byron Bay community to raise awareness for our mother ocean. The event was called Festival For The Seas and took place at the funky Byron Bay Brewery.

India - an update from our Global Program.

India - an update from our Global Program.

Over the past three months our team in India has been forming alliances with local organisations, government agencies and community groups, as well as undertaking beach surveys and brand audits to determine the best way to tackle the myriad of pollution and waste management issues currently facing the marine environment here.