In early 2018, we’re building relationships with oceanic and marine protection organisations, to take a journey exploring the impact of plastic waste on marine life in the Indonesian archipelago, and what we can do about it. The trip will look at, not only the scientific aspects but also Social, Cultural and Spiritual connections to embed our learning and tell a deeper story.
We are currently building key friendships with committed groups working towards campaigning, protecting, and respecting our oceans and are still in the process of designing the trip. At this stage we invite you to express interest so you can be kept up to date on joining this important journey.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Sophie at email@example.com phone (03) 9389 0183.
Photos from our Indonesia trip
Next trip: March 2018
For further details contact Sophie
(03) 9389 0183
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