Find Your Beach Before It's Gone.

A Movement Crafted For The Future.

About Us.

Seaze the Change is our mission to decrease

ocean waste and environmental sustainability. The target audience is coastal millennials with a concentration in the trendy, outdoorsy, surfer niche. We know that teens and young adults care about trends but care about consuming from producers who are environmentally conscious. We believe that if we raise awareness through videos and posters we can not only minimize our plastic footprint, but inspire the future generation to do something about it. By creating trendy stickers for reusable water bottles or laptops, it not only spreads the word, but a portion of the profits will go to beach cleanup organizations. This is the new and upcoming working generation that has the ability to alter our pollution footprint. Sea the change, be the change.

 

The Issue.

“Plastic debris causes the deaths of more than a million seabirds every year, as well as more than 100,000 marine mammals.”


“Over 220 million tons of plastic are produced each year.”

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Our Focus.

Students are the future. Who better to protect our earth than those who will live in it? The next generation has the power to reverse the damage that has already been done. What will you do?

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"In The Last 10 Years, We have created more plastic in the last ten years then the last century alone." 

-PlasticOceans.org

"500 Billion Worldwide plastic bags used annually."

 -PlasticOceans.org

"Every minute, one garbage truck of plastic is dumped into our oceans."

-Earthday.org

“Many fish that humans consume have ingested plastic microfibers.”

-Earthday.org

 
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