Ocean conservation and its wild life has always been close to our hearts here are GinGenie. For every GinGenie purchase we donate 10% to Ocean conservancy charity.
A great floating island of plastic is growing at an alarming rate in the Pacific Ocean and has now reached 3 times the size of France. This giant accumulation of plastic is having a devastating impact on marine wildlife.
Here at GinGenie reducing the use of plastic is one of our main goals.
We have put together a list of our top 10 plastic ban campaigns.
Ocean conservancy
Ocean is one of the organisation that we support here at GinGenie by donating 10% off all our profits. Ocean conservancy tackle the many obstacle facing our oceans today through education programs, campaigns and engaging in practical solutions.
Check out their website at to out more on how you can help save our oceans.
“healthy ocean means a healthy planet.”
In this day in age were we are constantly on the go we can find ourselves surrounded by plastic and it may seem impossible to avoid. We are all responsible for our choices and there are small, everyday changes that we can make that will have a  big difference to help save our oceans from drowning in plastic.
Go to to find out how you can make a change to #PassOnPlastic
Greenpeace is a NGO that is know for its direct action, raising environmental issues to public knowledge. It is one of the most visible environmental organisations in the world.
“We defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing responsible solutions for our fragile environment.”
Go to To keep up to date with the campaign and learn how you can get involved.
Strawlessocean is a campaign started but is support of #BreakFreeFromPlastic.
“Plastic straws are just one of many single-use plastics which end up in the ocean, polluting the water and harming sea life.
Join the movement For A Strawless Ocean and take action against plastic pollution, starting with the plastic straw!”
Lonely Whale wish to engage more people to start taking action against plastic pollution. This is why they offers a mini Grant for A Strawlessocean Ocean program which will award individuals, non-profit organisations, and community representatives funding to support their impact campaigns to measurably reduce single-use plastic straws.
Find out details at
Plastic Oceans
Plastic oceans foundation uk is a charitable organisation created by Jo Ruxton and Sonjia Norman back in 2009. With a background in film production Jo Ruxton was determined to tell the world about the harm our plastic addiction was having on the marine environment and the possible human costs. With the help from TV presenters Sir David Attenborough and Dr Sylvia Earle along with a team of advisers from the worlds of science, business, education and sustainability, she produced the critically acclaimed film ‘A Plastic Ocean’.
The foundation continues to promote the film as a way of educating as well as supporting further scientific research and educational programs.
‘A Plastic Ocean’ is available on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
And follow their social media campaign with #PlasticPollution and #RethinkPlastic
The last plastic
One less straw

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