State of the Oceans

State of the Oceans

An urgent warning on climate change, scientists discover a ‘lost world’ in the ocean off Tasmania and why we all need to eat less meat.

State of the Oceans

State of the Oceans

In a huge victory for Arctic marine ecosystems, nine nations as well as the EU and Inuit groups have come together to sign a legally binding international accord that will protect nearly three million square kilometers of the Arctic Ocean.

ART FOR A HEALTHY PLANET

ART FOR A HEALTHY PLANET

Parley collaborates with ART 2030 to bring together artists, designers and scientists for a conversation at world-renowned Pace Gallery in New York City.

Science vs Plastic

Science vs Plastic

In the first in our new series, oceanographer Sarah-Jeanne Royer investigates the growing problem of massive fishing nets washing ashore on Hawaiin reefs and beaches.

Bayern Munich for the Oceans

Bayern Munich for the Oceans

From threat to thread: performance technology meets eco-innovation in the adidas x Parley FC Bayern 2018/19 season third kit made from Parley Ocean Plastic®

High Seas, High Stakes

High Seas, High Stakes

The UN meets next week to negotiate protection for the open oceans – this could be the most important environmental meeting since the Paris Climate talks.

Defenders of the Deep

Defenders of the Deep

The Miami Hurricanes join adidas x Parley and take the field in the first-ever football uniforms featuring repurposed and upcycled marine plastic waste.

A South Pacific Voyage

A South Pacific Voyage

Estimates of floating plastics have lacked data, particularly from the Southern Hemisphere and remote regions. A new expedition aims to change that.

State of the Oceans

State of the Oceans

Kenya creates a Coast Guard, the UN launches a plastic program, the UK calls for more marine reserves and scientists explore the oceans with soft, robotic jellyfish.

exxpedition: Making the Unseen Seen

exxpedition: Making the Unseen Seen

The Parley-supported expedition recently crossed through the North Pacific Gyre to research plastic pollution. Here’s what they found.