Project NOW Finland – Cleaning a Beach in Helsinki
It really makes me happy when I get to know awesome projects and can help in some way. This week, I met the Nordic Ocean Watch project in Helsinki. It is an organization which main goal is to raise awareness about the consumption of plastic and the amount of it and of trash that ends up in the oceans.
They teamed up with Twenty Knots – which is a surf school and lended the SUP’s boards – to clean one of the beaches. Moreover, it’s unbelievable how much trash was taken in only 3 hours! It’s worth a lot getting to know about their work! It’s inspiring how willpower can move the world!
Follow the links:
NOW Finalnd (Nordic Ocean Watch Finland)
Their hashtag on Instagram is #tavaha!
You might have seen a little in other posts the amount of nature Finland has, right? They were truly blessed! And having a space where I can contribute to bring awareness of the importance that nature has in our life, makes me feel gratefull!
We need to realise that it doesn’t matter where you live, the oceans, the woods, the forests, the wildlife, everything is importante. They are part of the eco-system and breaking this cycle, bringing many problems to the entire world! We have to ALWAYS remember that garbage’s place is inside the TRASH CAN!
NOW Finland is an organization that started in Norway and Aleksis who coordinates it here explains everything in the video to us! By the way, have you subscribed to the channel so you don’t miss a thing? Help me share this, so that more people know about the project and maybe, others similar ones may arise!
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