Education and awareness
Only by working together can we make a difference in the fight against plastic pollution. Through our school visits, public beach cleans, extreme swims and insightful blogs, we are raising awareness of the problem and inspiring others to join us.
25 School talks
We educate children and nurture future eco-warriors.
We inspire people by organising beach cleans and talks.
We use social media to share Oly’s daily experiences.
Swimming long distances in open water can be a challenging and rewarding experience for those who are physically and mentally prepared. Unlike swimming in a pool, open water swimming requires dealing with changing water conditions such as waves, currents, and temperature, which can make the swim more difficult. Swimmers should also be aware of the potential hazards of open water swimming, such as marine life and boats.
Plastic pollution has become a global crisis that threatens the health of our oceans and wildlife, as well as our own health. Every year, millions of tonnes of plastic waste end up in our oceans, causing harm to marine life and creating vast garbage patches in the water. In fact, it’s estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.
Recycling plastic is an important way to reduce waste and conserve resources. However, not all plastic can be recycled, and it’s important to know how to properly recycle the types of plastic that are accepted in your area.