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3 days ago

Sana Mare

THE TEAM BEHIND SANA MARE
Sana Mare is run exclusively by dedicated volunteers. Every Sunday we will introduce a team member of Sana Mare, who enable the successful implementation of the projects and activities through their outstanding and committed work.

LUCAS SCHMITZ - First Chairman:
As a physical oceanographer and diving instructor Lucas has been intensively involved with the sea for many years. For ten years he has been working as a volunteer in marine conservation through organisations such as Greenpeace, Project AWARE and through his own projects to protect sharks. In 2020 he founded Sana Mare with the aim of educating the younger generation about the importance of marine conservation and to take charge of the removal of rubbish from coasts worldwide.

If you have any questions to Lucas, please aks them in the comments. Lucas will be happy to answer!
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THE TEAM BEHIND SANA MARE
Sana Mare is run exclusively by dedicated volunteers. Every Sunday we will introduce a team member of Sana Mare, who enable the successful implementation of the projects and activities through their outstanding and committed work.
LUCAS SCHMITZ - First Chairman:
As a physical oceanographer and diving instructor Lucas has been intensively involved with the sea for many years. For ten years he has been working as a volunteer in marine conservation through organisations such as Greenpeace, Project AWARE and through his own projects to protect sharks. In 2020 he founded Sana Mare with the aim of educating the younger generation about the importance of marine conservation and to take charge of the removal of rubbish from coasts worldwide.
If you have any questions to Lucas, please aks them in the comments. Lucas will be happy to answer!

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Hi Lucas, nice to meet you do mind if I get into your inbox

Hi Lucas!

Thankyou 💙🌊

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5 days ago

Sana Mare

Our volunteer clean-up coordinator Filipa Silva found this milk packaging on a beach in Portugal. These packagings were sold 40 - 50 years ago. After 40+ years in the Atlantic ocean the plastic is still intact. We must stop the plastic input into the ocean. Since it doesn't break down we will soon have mor plastic in the ocean than fish (by weight). Support our mission of conducting coastal clean-ups worldwide. Become a Sana Mare clean-up coordinator or help us with a small donation sana-mare.org/donation/?lang=en ... WeiterlesenSee Less

1 week ago

Sana Mare

On our yesterdays cleanup in Mombasa the team collected 172 kg of garbage from the beach. This cleanup was made available through a generous by Verein Little Angel e.V. .The recyclables were sold to a recycling company. Our helpers from deprived background received a daily wage. Please support our work with a small donation or visit our shop to buy a Sana Mare bracelet made from old fishing nets. www.sana-mare.org/shop ... WeiterlesenSee Less

On our yesterdays cleanup in Mombasa the team collected 172 kg of garbage from the beach. This cleanup was made available through a generous by  Verein Little Angel e.V. .The recyclables were sold to a recycling company. Our helpers from deprived background received a daily wage. Please support our work with a small donation or visit our shop to buy a Sana Mare bracelet made from old fishing nets. www.sana-mare.org/shop

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Great job everyone! Thank you for doing this important work and greetings from the Russian River here in Northern California

Well done - great job

Awasome

1 week ago

Sana Mare

We make our own bracelets from old fishing nets. The products are 100% hande-made by our volunteer club-members. With the income of out products we pay beach-cleanups. We promise to collect at least 2 kg of waste per bracelet sold. In fact so far we have managed to collect 38 kg per bracelet.
Support our mission. Get you Sana Mare bracelet today www.sana-mare.org/shop
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2 weeks ago

Sana Mare

We are not 4ocean. We haven't collected 4.899.302 kg of garbage yet. We don't promise to collect 0,45 kg (1 lbs) of trash per bracelet sold.
We have only collected 11.086 kg of garbage. But we promise to collect AT LEAST 2 kg of trash per bracelet sold.
As a non-profit organization we don't strive to maximize our profit. We strive to maximize our success in collecting trash. Our promise: We collect as much garbage from the ocean, the coast or a shore as possible. And this is 2 kg per bracelet OR MORE.
In the moment our statistics are at 38 kg per bracelet!
Get your bracelet and help us collecting more trash now!
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We are not 4ocean. We havent collected 4.899.302 kg of garbage yet. We dont promise to collect 0,45 kg (1 lbs) of trash per bracelet sold.
We have only collected 11.086 kg of garbage. But we promise to collect AT LEAST 2 kg of trash per bracelet sold.
As a non-profit organization we dont strive to maximize our profit. We strive to maximize our success in collecting trash. Our promise: We collect as much garbage from the ocean, the coast or a shore as possible. And this is 2 kg per bracelet OR MORE.
In the moment our statistics are at 38 kg per bracelet!
Get your bracelet and help us collecting more trash now!

3 weeks ago

Sana Mare

We just started a collaboration with Eco-projects.global. Eco-projects.global accepts crown caps and has them processed into high-quality recyclates. They reward the delivery of crown caps with a donation to us to finance further clean-ups. Anyone can help. Send us your crown caps so we can give them to Eco-projects.global, or send your collection directly to them. ... WeiterlesenSee Less

We just started a collaboration with Eco-projects.global.  Eco-projects.global accepts crown caps and has them processed into high-quality recyclates. They reward the delivery of crown caps with a donation to us to finance further clean-ups. Anyone can help. Send us your crown caps so we can give them to Eco-projects.global, or send your collection directly to them.
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