Where is the plastic that is filling up our ocean coming from? Posted on 20 Mar 17:51 , 0 comments

The Florida based ocean conservation company 4Ocean are attempting to halt the spread of plastic in our ocean and coastlines by pulling a pound of waste for every 4Ocean bracelet purchased. Through a series of initiatives with international conservation bodies this clean-up company is on a mission. But where is this plastic coming from?

These are unprecedented times for all of us, and they are having a huge impact on all our lives and it's having a huge impact on our business. Posted on 20 Mar 17:26 , 0 comments

These are unprecedented times for all of us, and they are having a huge impact on all our lives and it's having a huge impact on our business.

Show support for the Artic Beluga whales with a 4Ocean bracelet Posted on 9 Mar 16:01 , 0 comments

4Ocean is Florida based company founded in 2017 to sell 4Ocean Bracelet, made from 100$ recycled materials, to remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines for every bracelet sold in order to begin to clean up plastic pollution. They have now removed more than eight million pounds of waste and employ over two hundred people.

4Ocean pull over 8 million pounds of trash from the ocean Posted on 19 Feb 15:59 , 0 comments

4Ocean, the Florida-based environmentally and socially responsibly ocean clean-up company have now pulled over 8,000,000 pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines through sales of their 4Ocean Bracelet. Their professional cleanup crews have removed a pound of ocean plastic and harmful waste for every bracelet bought since 2017.

Help 4Ocean support Galapagos sea lions in their fight against extinction Posted on 7 Feb 10:32 , 0 comments

Since 2017, 4Ocean have been pulling pounds of plastic from the ocean and coastlines for every 4ocean bracelet purchased in a concerted effort to stem the tide of plastic pollution in our oceans. Each bracelet is an opportunity to show support and raise awareness for a different environmental cause. This February the limited edition bracelet is for the Galapagos sea lions and hopes to reverse the damage done by the plastic crisis.

Support sea stars and help 4Ocean protect a beautiful piece of the ocean Posted on 13 Jan 14:27 , 0 comments

The 4Ocean global movement pulls a pound of plastic waste from the ocean and coastline with the purchase of every 4ocean bracelet. You can not only support this ocean clean-up but let others know every time they see your bracelet. This January there is a new limited edition Sea Star bracelet to protect and illustrate just how long plastic has been a problem for the ocean.

Help 4Ocean protect the Penguins and pull a pound of trash from the ocean Posted on 9 Dec 16:45 , 0 comments

Support the movement to clean-up our Oceans by purchasing a 4ocean bracelet and pull a pound of trash from the sea and coastline with every bracelet you buy.

Have a Coorie Christmas with Paper Tiger Posted on 15 Nov 15:52 , 0 comments

Here in Scotland we have a version of hygge called coorie where we cozy up on cold nights. Coorie, which means 'to snuggle' or 'cuddle' , is our way of getting snug and safe during the severe winter months. If it is warm under a blanket on the sofa or wrapped up in layers before the fire, Coorie is our way of relaxing the heart and soul. This Christmas we have created a collection of items to help you coorie-in over the festive season. These include our Christmas Coorie chocolate bar and our Christmas Coorie candle.

Help save the sea otters with the new limited edition dark teal and black 4Ocean bracelet Posted on 10 Sep 16:24 , 0 comments

4Ocean, the Florida based ocean clean-up company on a mission to end the ocean plastic crisis, have just launched a limited edition 4Ocean Bracelet to support the southern sea otter in partnership with Monterey Bay Aquarium. They hope to raise awareness of the threat to their keystone position in a healthy ocean ecosystem and their vital role as indicators in the marine environment.

Help 4Ocean raise awareness of the dangers facing the Everglades Posted on 14 Aug 16:14 , 0 comments

Join the movement to clean-up our Oceans by purchasing a 4ocean bracelet and pull a pound of trash from the sea and coastline with every bracelet you buy. The August there is a range of 4Ocean limited edition Everglade bracelets in partnership with Captains For Clean Water that help protect the Everglades and restore this UNESCO World Heritage Site to its raw and natural state.
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