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Update on Project STOP: Change is possible and the momentum continues

photo: Twitter Screenshot #OurOceanUpdates

Advancing waste management and stopping plastic leakage to oceans in South-East Asia

Initiated in spring 2017 by co-founders Borealis and SYSTEMIQ, Project STOP was publicly launched in October 2017 at the Our Ocean Conference in Malta. Watch this video to find out how this commitment is progressing and what is coming next.







photo: Twitter Screenshot #OurOceanUpdates

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