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avenir méditerranée  -  Save Our Seas, Inc.

If we don't do it, who will?          NoPlasticPlanet.org

Our 2010 Mission ... Saving the Seas surrounding Kuna Yala

In 2010, avenir méditerranée - Save Our Seas is focusing our efforts in the San Blas, Panama, in Kuna Yala, one of the last indigenous communities in the Caribbean.  That is why we have initiated our Kuna Yala GreenFees, an eco tax to be collected from all tourists visiting the area in which 100% of its proceeds will go to providing a No Plastic Planet environment in Kuna Yala. We believe the San Blas area has the potential to become a symbol and an environmental example for the entire Caribbean. 

The problem won’t be solved by government officials or corporate decision makers alone.  We ALL have a responsibility to get involved and change our pattern of production, consumption and waste disposal.  Our survival depends on it. Read more about us.

  

Company owner Herve Guitard finds a plastic bottle.     Trash on our ocean's floor.

Today, avenir méditerranée - Save Our Seas, needs your help.  We all share the planet and we’ve all contributed to the problem.  But together, we can solve this problem.  That’s what conscientious humans from Earth can do.  Join today.

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Mediterranee - Save Our Seas, Inc. -  has a proven track record:  Changing the law to ban plastic supermarket bags and substitute reusable sacks in Corsica in 2003; organizing volunteers to collect over 900 sq. meters of plastic debris from the French coastline; working with officials in the San Blas, Panama, to initiate the first regional debris collection and “green” disposal system.  But we can’t leave this problem to corporate “decision makers” and government officials alone. 

We’re ALL responsible for the change needed to this pattern of production and consumption.

 
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