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TPP Autumn Update

We’ve stopped doing the newsletters, I know what it’s like we get so bombarded that none get opened even if they do have good stuff in them. So we’re going to be giving updates on how the project is going to all our supporters here. Thankyou to everyone who has supported the project, it is […]

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Spot Check – Hossegor

A big part of what we are doing is trying to make our own industry, and tourism industry realise that we all need to start tackling plastic pollution very quickly before it starts to have a detrimental affect on local economies. Yes the marine eco system and wildlife is the most important thing here, there […]

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Water Photography Weekends

After the success of our standard photo workshops and multiple requests, we’re going to start to do focussed water photography workshops. They are going to be based in Cornwall and France, and run over two days. Unlike the workshops we have done before though they are totally focussed on water photography, and we’ll help you […]

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Dispatches From A Plastic Planet

Welcome to the short that goes with our book. Waterlevel from The Plastic Project on Vimeo. It’s just a short introduction to Photographer Tim Nunn, the journey to shooting plastic, and a little insight into what is in the book Dispatches From A Plastic Planet. If you’d like to become a friend of The Plastic […]

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Extracts From A Plastic Planet – North East England

We’d been driving all day from Cornwall, the Wavelength van full of Eugene’s boards,, and we were heading North toward the longest period swell I had ever seen in the North Sea. We were just turning off the A1 towards Scarborough when we heard all roads north of the seaside town were blocked by snow. […]

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Winter Is Coming

For the last two winters we had an idea of time lapsing some beaches from France to Ireland, Cornwall, Scotland and Iceland to see exactly what comes ashore during the winter storms. It proved a little ambitious, the gear to do it didn’t really exist to start with, and it wasn’t robust enough. We started […]

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Adventure/Photo Activists Required

The last five years especially here at the plastic project have been about creating a resource of images from across the planet, that is accessible to any school, college or individual that would like them. As well as shooting thousands of images ourselves we have also drawn in some of the best surf and adventure […]

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Dredging In Hossegor

This is a shot of the saltwater lake in Hossegor, If you’ve been here you know what a beautiful place it is, full of sups, oyster beds and children playing in the summer. It holds a dark secret though in the form of around 30k tonnes of silt/sand which harbours a mix of chemicals and […]

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Help Us Deliver our open Educational Resource

Everyone bangs on about education being the key, but it’s true. We can have deposit return systems, more recycling facilities, circular economies and the like but if every person on the planet isn’t made aware of the issue in the first place, and the fact that we can all as individuals make a difference then […]

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The Film – Waterlevel

Welcome to the short that goes with our book. Waterlevel from The Plastic Project on Vimeo. If you’d like to help us you can donate a pound below, and help us reach more people with our educational projects. Or grab one of the last books. We are at a point where we need to raise […]

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