Sustainable Coastlines

  Auckland
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We set out to sustain and protect our coastlines: this is at the core of everything we do. We love our coasts and we work with our sleeves

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  Auckland Programmes Conservation Research

Focusing on simple, positive, grass roots actions that involve as many people as possible in fun activities in places they love.

Since early 2008 we've successfully motivated over 26,500 volunteers to remove around 123 tonnes of trash from beaches around Aotearoa and the Pacific. During this time we've raised large-scale awareness about the challenge of marine pollution and solutions to address it through media and public advertising campaigns and through educational presentations to over 77,000 school students, community groups and businesses.


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Anne
Anne on 21 Jan 2021    giving back for my birthday
What a wonderful gesture, happy birthday Olivia
$25
Ernie & Nic
Ernie & Nic on 20 Jan 2021    giving back for my birthday
Great cause and gesture
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Emily
Emily on 19 Jan 2021    giving back for my birthday
Happy Birthday!
$17.50
Jordan
Jordan on 19 Jan 2021    giving back for my birthday
$15
Olivia
Olivia on 19 Jan 2021    giving back for my birthday
$25

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