Keeping our natural World Heritage Site free from litter

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LATEST UPDATE- Team member Oly Rush successfully swam the Jurassic Coast! Read all about it here (p.24)

All beach clean dates are currently being posted on our social media accounts (links above)

Have you heard of 'nurdles'? Do you know what they are and the danger they present to the environment? If you would like to know more, click here.

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The Clean Jurassic Coast team hope that everybody is safe and well. These are ongoing unprecedented times but there is hope. There is always hope and, with any luck, things will return to some kind of normality very soon. This summer has seen a lot of littering and planetary abuse. Why? We don't really know but the Clean Jurassic Coast team are continuing to do their best to educate the public, clean up the waste left behind and work with other conservation groups and organisations. We can make a difference and our future plans are to push education, sustainability and general awareness. It's all about teamwork after all.

The Events calendar will return but, as restrictions are forever changing, we've decided to continue to post our beach cleaning dates on our social media accounts (links above). Thank you for your patience.

Our ethos is all about teamwork.

If you are a business looking for a unique and informative team-building exercise, we can arrange a beach clean event for your staff, including equipment, along with a short talk about plastics in the environment.

Being by the sea has many positive benefits. Fresh air, beautiful scenery and an opportunity for work colleagues to make a difference in nature, for nature.
 
Getting your staff working together as a team and helping the planet. What could possibly be better than that? For more information, please use the 'Get in Touch' form.

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Keeping our natural World Heritage Site free from litter

What is a World Heritage Site?

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) state that to become a World Heritage Site it must be of Outstanding Universal Value.

There are certain criteria to be met and upheld and there are many World Heritage Sites around the world, including man-made structures and natural areas. You can see the World List here.

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