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Prevented Ocean Plastic’s One Minute Briefs Shortlist

By March 28, 2023March 29th, 2023No Comments

Prevented Ocean Plastic joined forces with One Minute Briefs last week.

One Minute Briefs, hosted by Bank of Creativity, challenges a creative community on Twitter to respond with instinctive ideas following daily advertising briefs, and rewards the best entries.

The brief for Prevented Ocean Plastic was simple: Create posters for World Oceans Day that celebrate choosing Prevented Ocean Plastic recycled products and the benefits that this will have for future generations. 

From more than 200 entries, a shortlist of 25 was chosen. You can see all of those in the gallery below, in no particular order. The winner will be announced soon.

Prevented Ocean Plastic joined forces with One Minute Briefs ahead of World Oceans Day on June 8th.

The concept of a ‘World Oceans Day’ was first proposed in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro as a way to celebrate our world’s shared ocean and our personal connection to the sea, as well as to raise awareness about the crucial role the ocean plays in our lives and the important ways people can help protect it. To raise awareness about the role the United Nations and international law can play in the sustainable development and use of the oceans and their living and non-living resources, the UN Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea is actively coordinating different activities for World Oceans Day.

Prevented Ocean Plastic is proud to come together with so many businesses, consumers, and thought leaders to help protect the environment we all share.

Prevented Ocean Plastic is a pioneering plastic recycling company developing locally customized sorting and collection infrastructure to underserved communities across the world. We are committed to strengthening the supply chain and scaling solutions for the management of plastic waste where we work. We provide high quality traceable recycled plastic to global markets to drive environmental, social and economic value from the bottle collector to the end consumer.