Education: A central pillar of our efforts

25 February 2020

Healthy Seas champions the three pillars of sustainability and strives to make a positive and long-lasting impact to the marine environment, through education and awareness-raising. Together with our partner the Herpetofauna Foundation, we visit schools in the Netherland and Belgium, to inspire the next generation of ocean rescuers.
In January and February 2020, we carried out another 3-week long programme at Al Andalous school in the Netherlands. Through interactive games and artworks, we communicated to the 200 little students the effects that plastic pollution and ghost nets have to many animals.  Volunteer divers were also there for show and tell!

We are very thankful to DWS, Bracenet, Healthy Seas Socks, and the Dutch Postcode Lottery for their support.

School Programme in Netherlands
With Herpetofauna Foundation - Al Andalous School (Jan-Feb 2020)

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