n.|wāv|: a disturbance that transfers energy from one place to another
Humans have produced 8.3 billion metric tons of plastic since the 1950s. Most of it (79% or so) has accumulated in landfills or the natural environment. For every person on this planet, there is now 1 ton of plastic waste. Nobody wakes up in the morning and decides to destroy the oceans. Yet somehow, in some way, we all contribute to the destruction. It's not too late to shift the narrative.
Creativity, collaboration, imagination… We already have the tools. This movement is about choosing to use them.
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Parley founder Cyrill Gutsch was honored in this year's Surf Industry Manufacturers Association (SIMA) Awards as 2017 Environmentalist of the Year.
For a barometer of ocean health, scientists look to marine mammals at the top of the food web — and sometimes, their 'snot.'
You took the pledge. Now let’s create change together. The first wave is here. So is your first challenge. Your life. Minus Bags. 30 days.
Creativity, collaboration, imagination… We already have the tools. This movement is about choosing to use them. We’ll try to keep things simple. Let's take this in waves.
SnotBot changed whale research. Now Intel, with its advanced AI tech and analytics, will change the ways we turn data into insights and knowledge to better understand and protect whales.
On World Oceans Day, more than 550 runners showed their support for the oceans by joining a Run for the Oceans 5k in New York.
World Oceans Day is an annual reminder to protect and conserve our life-giving ecosystem. It's a time to celebrate and reflect. Now more than ever, it's also a time to act.
Stella McCartney supports Parley AIR and integrates Parley Ocean Plastic, expanding existing efforts to protect the environment with a new chapter: ocean conservation.
UN Environment and Parley co-host roundtable discussion on solutions to plastic pollution and present Parley AIR as a strategy for implementation of SDG 14 through the CleanSeas Campaign
On World Oceans Day, Diego Luna joined Cyrill for a lighting ceremony to turn the Empire State Building into a symbol and signal for the cause.