Cleaning up the coast, one small group at a time

Every month, Oceans Campus, an internship program located in Mossel Bay, South Africa, goes down to Mossel Bay's point and cleans. Picking up garbage, cigarette butts, plastics — you name it. On average, the volunteers fill dozens of bags full of trash each month in an effort to keep Mossel Bay, and ocean life clean.

The idea is to show and expose how easy it can be to go and clean. With even just a couple of people you would be amazed how much trash you can pick up on the coastlines. It would be amazing if other people were to see the video and be inspired to do it on their own, around the world.

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