Every one of us has an urgent responsibility to shape change. Our days are only numbered if you do nothing.
Campaigning to persuade the government to ban disposable plastics, polystyrene food containers, and polystyrene marine products for good by January 1st, 2025. More
Shore clean-ups of marine waste with a focus on Tap Mun and Sai Kung West and East Country Parks. Check our facebook page for news of the next one or sign-up as a volunteer below.
Developed the 1% Initiative -a manufacturing philosophy that focuses on measuring production waste efficiency of each surfboard produced. The sole objective is limiting waste to 1% of the net weight of the surfboard through the emphasis of efficient material usage and utilisation of recyclable materials. Waste performance is tracked and recorded on every surfboard enabling the rider to understand the unique impact production of their Makara had on the planet.
Three years and almost 150,000 signatures to the day, we announced November 28th, 2019 that the Agriculture, Fisheries, and Conservation Department of Hong Kong agreed to our petition to include a permanent educational exhibit about the urgent threat of marine waste in their new Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park Visitor Centre. I want to thank Patrick Lai and his team at the AFCD and the almost 150,000 supporters who added their names to our petition. This is just a small first step in our war on waste. Greater battles are now in planning.