PARLEY GLOBAL CLEANUP NETWORK

PARLEY GLOBAL CLEANUP NETWORK

Every piece of plastic retrieved from the oceans can save a life. With an international network of partners we work to remove plastic debris from coastlines and intercept it in remote areas, where no solid waste management exists. Research, education, and raising awareness are important parts of each cleanup.

The Biofabricators: Mobius

The Biofabricators: Mobius

We catch up with Jeff Beegle of Mobius to find out more about how natural materials and polymers can combine to create plastic alternatives.

Ocean Plastic®

Ocean Plastic®

Our premium, eco-innovative materials set new industry standards and transform products into symbols of change.

The Biofabricators: Ecovative

The Biofabricators: Ecovative

Plastic, your time is up. We reached out to Ecovative to learn more about their pioneering work with one of nature’s most incredible builders: fungi.

The Biofabricators: AlgiKnit

The Biofabricators: AlgiKnit

Inspiration from the deep. We catch up with AlgiKnit to learn how they’re transforming sustainable kelp into biodegradable yarn.

State of the Oceans — Log 12

State of the Oceans — Log 12

Japan’s whaling fleet sets sail, a new satellite system will hunt illegal fishing ships, humpback whale numbers are booming off Western Australia and more.

State of the Oceans — Log 11

State of the Oceans — Log 11

A giant iceberg breaks off from Antarctica, scientists create a ‘mother’ robot to seed baby corals and what are sperm whales up to in the Arctic?

State of the Oceans — Log 10

State of the Oceans — Log 10

The French Navy teams up with seabirds to fight illegal fishing, ocean warming is worse than we thought and Palau bans reef-killing sunscreen.

PARLEY X BIOFABRICATE 2018

PARLEY X BIOFABRICATE 2018

We’re partnering with Biofabricate to bring together the world’s leading bio-designers. The goal? Kickstarting the next industrial revolution.

State of the Oceans — Log 9

State of the Oceans — Log 9

A crucial Antarctic meeting begins, scientists find plastic in our poop and the EU moves to ban single-use plastic.

Parley SnotBot® diaries: Gabon

Parley SnotBot® diaries: Gabon

Parley SnotBot travelled to the west coast of Africa to study whales, but ended up uncovering illegal mining and logging operations too.

State of the Oceans — Log 8

State of the Oceans — Log 8

Microplastics in table salt, dissolving sea shells, investigations into recycling fraud and new measures to protect sea life from plastic.