Better Together

Strong partners and networks gathered around the common goal of a better tomorrow are crucial. Partnerships and networks underline the legitimacy of the work we do and unify the global sustainable actions against plastic pollution.


Plastic Change is the most acknowledged environmental organization in Denmark working hard to break the exponential growth of plastic pollution on a global scale, working to influence the public, political sphere and industries nationally and internationally.

With the partnership between Plastic Change and ReSea Project, we are joining forces to reduce plastic pollution globally through education and engagement of the average consumer on plastic, research and documentation of plastic pollution and raising awareness among industries and politicians.

Learn more about the strong collaboration through the videos.

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As a partner in Ocean Plastic Forum we work commonly on developing solutions and business models to remove and reduce plastic from the ocean. With the partnership we are working closely with Ocean Plastic Forum and its members on the endeavors of plastic recycling and contributing to the circular economy.


ReSea Project is part of United Nations Global Compact – the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative and network of businesses achieving greater good by contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. With our support we do business responsibly by aligning our operations with the UN Global Compact Ten Principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.


As a member of the global community of Sustainable Ocean Alliance, we have joined the world’s largest network of impact-driven Ocean Leaders that cultivates ideas and accelerates solutions in the field of ocean health and sustainability.



A Proven Impact

Everything we do must have a positive impact on the ocean, and we must ensure that we track our progress.

We work with independent marine biologists to ensure that our plastic collections respect ocean ecosystems and marine life.

The leading marine biologist is Mr. Anders Zorn (MSc) – known and well respected for his long career in the field of marine microbiology.

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What ReSea Projects does is crucial for saving and maintaining all marine life and the ocean ecosystem

Anders Zorn, Marine Biologist, Copenhagen University