With our many partners, we are changing the face of mitigating marine debris in Australia by providing a framework for individuals, communities, industry and government to successfully create change to protect our oceans.
|ASCI is a fundamental connection between the voice of skatepark users and skateboarders, and Councils, Government and Sponsors. Our goal is to develop skateboarding and skatepark plans alongside both sides of the community and make sure the right planning for each region is developed for the future and today.||Contact Form||Australian Skateboarding Community Initiative|
|Coastal Crunch believes in creating 'healthy eats for a healthy planet'. We strive to produce food that is wholesome, delicious and healthy. Our product packaging prioritises recyclable and compostable materials as well as using vegetable based inks/dyes in an effort to reduce plastic waste from entering the ocean. We're proud to donate our products to support the volunteers of Tangaroa Blue!||Contact Form||Coastal Crunch|
|Dunlite has been manufacturing and supplying portable petrol and diesel powered equipment for over 70 years. Dunlite products range from portable petrol and diesel powered Generators, Welder Generators, Multi-Power, Tractor Pacs, Inverter Generators, 4-Stroke Multi-Purpose Engines, Pumps and Battery Chargers / Starters.
Dunlite has donated a portable diesel powered generator to Tangaroa Blue to assist in the logistics of running Cape York beach clean-up events and debris removal.
|Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) is the charity partner of Australia’s National Parks. They’re a non-government organisation on a mission to safeguard wilderness & wildlife for future generations. With FNPW’s funding and support, Tangaroa Blue Foundation has been able to build our organisation’s capacity with a specific project officer to work with communities on the prevention of marine debris through source reduction plan projects.||Contact Form||FNPW|
|Getac Technology Corporation, a key subsidiary of MiTAC-Synnex Business, was established in 1989 as a joint venture with GE Aerospace to supply defence electronic products. Getac’s business coverage includes; rugged notebooks, rugged tablet PCs and mobile video solution for military, public safety, utility, manufacturing, transportation and logistics customers. Getac’s strong R&D capabilities allow it to provide a high level of bespoke engineering and all-aspect hardware software integration solutions.||Contact Form||Getac|
|Impact Box is a project that addresses the problem of plastic waste. It aims to reduce the use of plastic in handling food and help clean the plastic waste that already pollutes our oceans. We manage to reduce the amount of plastic containers used in takeaways by reusing the Impact Box, a non-disposable lunchbox made out of rice husk in our participating restaurants, we also create awareness about the health risks from eating in plastic recipients and we generate donations to Tangaroa Blue. This is only the beginning. We will be working with our participating restaurants and other partners to get rid of any plastic waste from the restaurants in Australia.||Contact Form||Impact Box|
|Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation is a non-profit public charity founded in 2008 by Jack and Kim Johnson to promote positive and lasting change within communities by supporting organizations that focus on environmental, art, and music education.||Contact Form||Johnson Ohana Foundation – USA|
|Liminal make bags and t-shirts and aprons but their business is helping drive impact and purpose to brands, events or conferences through their range of custom printed fair trade and organic apparel and merchandise. They're about eliminating poverty and its impact through transformational business in Kolkata, India helping create good jobs and good choices for everyone in the supply chain.||Contact Form||Liminal|
|Mike Ball Dive Expeditions focuses on providing excellent diving within a highly professional and safe operation. We take care to seek out the best dive sites, and then combine them with excellent food, accommodation and service to ensure our guests have a fantastic holiday experience. Our vessel ‘Spoilsport’ is Australia’s most awarded Liveaboard.
The company recognises the importance of preserving the underwater environment and has long supported scientific research in marine biology, hosting researchers on board and collecting data to support studies on minke whales, nautilus and coral. In 2004 the operation achieved an Advanced Ecotourism accreditation.
|Contact Form||Mike Ball|
|NueBar is a range of pH balanced bars for your hair, face and body. Sans the plastic bottles.
At Nuebar we believe in caring for our planet as well as your body.
We combine plant based ingredients with the best of green chemistry to ensure that you don’t have to compromise on performance to do the right thing by our planet.
Naturally, our products are pH balanced, made in Australia, work amazingly and are SLS, palm oil and cruelty free.
|Contact Form||Nue Bar|
|Ocean Deep - We believe we can help clean our oceans by simply using different products for our beauty and health. That’s why we have invested time and dedication towards our first product, Ocean Deep; a fully natural product made from the olive tree, one of the oldest plants known for its health and beauty benefits.||Contact Form||Ocean Deep|
|Ocean Grind is an artisan coffee roasting company on the Surf Coast of Victoria. We are passionate about two things: coffee and the coast. Our sustainability values run strong – from the way in which our coffees are farmed through to the type of packaging used for our roasted coffee. We really hope that our children and future generations can get to enjoy the ocean the way it should be. We have chosen to partner with Tangaroa Blue Foundation as they tackle the source of marine debris and also aid in educating the next generation to help curb human behaviour and keep our oceans clean.
We will pledge to donate 1% of all coffee sales to Tangaroa Blue Foundation.
|Contact Form||Ocean Grind|
|Saltwater Tribe is locally owned business established in Queensland in 2017 by founders Roxana Caha and Yvonne Hoppe. Our vision is to provide like-minded ocean and conservation lovers with a fun & stylish selection of ocean inspired gifts, art and apparel.
Our products are inspired by, and not taken from, the ocean. As we grow, we hope to reduce our carbon footprint and source a wider range of sustainable products and packaging to help support positive behavioural changes with regards to single use plastic and the throw away culture.
We’re passionate about the ocean and its incredibly diverse inhabitants and want to help safeguard it for future generations. This is why we are thrilled to support and promote the incredible work carried out by Tangaroa Blue Foundation. We will be donating 5% of our profit to Tangaroa to help their mission of tackling marine debris and educating future generations.
|Contact Form||Saltwater Tribe|
|Savvy is an organic, grass fed quality Beef Jerky business based locally in Perth WA.
Our Jerky is hand cut, slowly marinated, dehydrated and carefully packaged.
Our aim is to provide a mouthwatering, effortless and healthy snack for land or sea voyages. To share with your scallywag mates or by your selfish self.
|Contact Form||Savvy Jerky|
|Shapes in the Sand - An eco conscious swimwear label born out of a life long infatuation with nature and a heart yearning to help restore the environment. Shapes in the Sand is the embodiment of a love for the natural world. By drawing inspiration from different environments and the diversity within them, we hope to remind you of how precious they are.
We use ECONYL® to make our swimwear. A fibre derived from discarded ghost nets and waste from landfill. It is transformed back into virgin raw material without any loss of quality. We believe in a safe and ethical work environment for the creation of our swimwear. Handmade in Australia, our swimwear comes to you with love and the quality of a long life garment.
|Contact Form||Shapes In the Sand|
|SisterShip Magazine – the World’s First Boating Magazine for Women
Written by women for women, SisterShip is an international magazine with the ethos:
Belong: Share passions with like-minded people;
Encourage: Support women, assist, advise, share, trust;
Inspire: Creating ideas, thoughts, hopes, dreams;
Inform: Promote safety, topical, newsy, fresh, detail; and
Entertain: Be exciting, new, fun, rich, safe, honest, reliable.
|Contact Form||SisterShip Magazine|
|SunButter are Australia's first SPF 50 sunscreen in a tin. Its Reef safe, Vegan, Palm oil free and 4 hours Water resistant. We also donate a percentage of profits to Environmental and Conservation causes. We believe in protecting People & Oceans.||Contact Form||Sunbutter Oceans|
|Wavelength is one of the longest running reef operators in Port Douglas, being owned by marine biologists since 1986 – we are an Advanced Eco-Accredited & Climate Action Certified operator with the philosophy and dedication to small group, low impact, close to nature education adventures to the Great Barrier Reef. We offer a truly unique day out with a maximum of 30 passengers visiting 3 exclusive reef sites across Opal, Tongue and St Crispin’s Reef. Our onboard marine biologist give guided snorkel tours and reef talks to share our passion for the reef and why it’s worth protecting. Our sites are chosen for the quality of the coral, the diversity of reef types and marine life and the needs of snorkelers. We aim to show you how good the reef can be and provide the best outer reef experience available – in a low impact way.||Contact Form||Wavelength|
|We-Refill - as a community we make the choice to refill for water without waste. It all starts with one bottle.||Contact Form||We-refill|
|WODUP - At WODUP we've always had the environment in mind. And in our travels to becoming a sustainable business, we've found some hidden gems when it comes to textiles. Not only in terms of sustainability - but in terms of durability and performance as well. WODUP is constantly implementing the #ecoisgo approach, to ensure the last thing you need to worry about is your clothing staking up!||Contact Form||WODUP|
|The Department of Agriculture is a federal governmental body, which aims to enhance the sustainability, profitability and competitiveness of Australia's agriculture, food, fisheries and forestry industries.||General Inquiries Contact Form||Australian Government Department of Agriculture|
|The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is a statutory authority established under the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990. AMSA's principal functions are promoting maritime safety, protection of the environment, preventing and combating ship-sourced pollution.||Contact Enquiries||Australian Maritime Safety Authority|
|A community project from the Griffith Centre of Coastal Management, BeachCare aims to involve the community in rehabilitating the dunes of the city of Gold Coast.||Joel Hayes - Coordinator||BeachCare Gold Coast|
|The Boomerang Alliance was formed in 2003 with the aim of a zero waste society in Australia. With an approach of tackling these issues in not only a community level, but also to involve governments in changing policies and systems.||Contact Form||Boomerang Alliance|
|Operated by a non-profit community organisation known as BJECA (Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association), the Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, extending 1.8 kilometres across the Geographe Bay in Western Australia.||Contact Email||Busselton Jetty|
|Founded in 1982 in Ballarat, Victoria, Conservation Volunteers Australia has expanded to now involve hundreds of thousands of volunteers across Australia and the world. Their aim is to involve everyone in the sustainable management of the environment.||Contact Email||Conservation Volunteers Australia|
|Located in Far North Queensland, Cook Shire has several established organisations aiding in the environmental management of the town. An initiative created by the council is the Tippanys Cash for Christmas, a reward gesture for the reduce and reuse of wqste by the community.||Contact Email||Cook Shire|
|Established in the Whitsunday Region, Eco Barge Clean Seas Inc. is an ongoing program to involve the community in protecting the marine environments surrounding the region. The organisation has three initiatives; The Whitsunday Marine Debris Removal Program, Whitsunday Turtle Rescue Centre and the Mackay Coastal Clean Up.||Contact Email||Eco Barge Clean Seas Inc.|
|Keep Australia Beautiful WA (KABWA) provides leadership in the field of litter prevention and reduction. Though community awareness and engagement, education, legislation and enforcement strategies KABWA works to change the attitudes and behaviours of the community and strives for a litter-free WA.||Contact Email||Keep Australia Beautiful WA|
|Fiji-born didgeridoo artist and stringed instrument virtuoso Jay Hoad, performs both as a solo artist and also fronts an extremely high energy band. Jay has spent the last seven years touring the globe, following the sun and his inspiration for music throughout the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Fiji, India, and North America, keeping up a relentless performance schedule whilst passionately learning about third world culture and every style of music he can sink his teeth in to||Contact Email||Musician - Jay Hoad|
|Parks Victoria is a statutory authority, created by the Parks Victoria Act 1998 and reporting to the Minister for Environment and Climate Change.We are responsible for managing an expanding and diverse estate covering more than 4 million hectares, or about 17 per cent, of Victoria.||Contact Email||Parks Victoria|
|A government body created for the protection of Tasmanias forests and fauna, Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania aims toconserve the State's natural and cultural heritage while providing for sustainable use and economic opportunities for the Tasmanian community.||Contact Form||Parks & Wildlife Service Tasmania|
|Reef Check Australia believes in protecting reefs and oceans by empowering people. We are an innovative environmental charity dedicated to protecting Australia's reefs and oceans by engaging the community in hands-on research and education.||Contact Email||Reef Check Australia|
|Responsible Runners integrate running/walking with weekly cleanups to reduce marine debris, build stronger communities, and raise awareness about raise awareness about the health and environmental dangers of single-use disposable waste, particularly plastic, to effect positive behavioural change. Volunteers submit data an all hauls to Tangaroa Blue's Australian Marine Debris Initiative.||Contact Email||Responsible Runners|
|Tex & Bundy are a well known Australian motorcycling, charity fundraising duo. An Aussie bloke (Tex) and his stumpy tailed cattle dog (Bundy) who love & live to ride together. Tex & Bundy have ridden over 600,000km together for charity all around Australia supporting countless charities.||Tex & Bundy - The Dog on the Bike|
|>Unitywater has sponsored the 2017 Sunshine Coast Adopt-A-Beach project. The project has engaged almost 1000 students in the Sunshine Coast region during 2017 in a marine debris and litter presentation, a creek or school yard clean-up and a excursion to a local beach for a clean-up event. All clean-ups included data collection for submission into the AMDI Database.
We thank Unitywater for their support in educating the next generations on how to protect our marine environment.
|For over a century, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) has made a lasting impact on global biodiversity. Our vision is a sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global community and choosing solutions that are based on sound science. FFI supports over 140 projects in more than 40 countries including the Good Scrub Guide which aims to reduce microplastics entering the marine ecosystem through effective corporate engagement.||Contact Form||Fauna & Flora International|
|International Pellet Watch is a volunteer-based global monitoring program designed to monitor the pollution status of the oceans. Since its launch in 2005, ~ 80 groups and individuals from ~ 50 countries have been participating in this project to cover ~ 200 locations around the world. We focus on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) such as PCBs and organochlorine pesticides.||Contact Email||International Pellet Watch – Japan|
|The K?kua Hawai?i Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawai?i. Our mission is to provide students with experiences that will enhance their appreciation for and understanding of their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth.||Contact Email||Kokua Foundation – Hawaii|
|1% for the Planet’s mission is to build, support and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.
As we celebrate our 10 year anniversary and more than $100 million invested in positive environmental change by our member companies, we invite you to join us by supporting member businesses, volunteering with and donating to our nonprofit partners, and spreading the word about 1% for the Planet.
|Contact Email||1% for the Planet|
|Plastic Pollution Coalition is a global alliance of individuals, organizations and businesses working together to stop plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on humans, animals, the ocean and the environment. With its work, Plastic Pollution seeks to put plastic pollution at the forefront of global social, environmental and political discourse.||Contact Email||Plastic Pollution Coalition – USA|
|Sustainable Coastlines is a young, multi-award winning New Zealand charity run by a small team of hard-working staff and a network of passionate volunteers and interns. We love our coasts and we work with our sleeves rolled up to keep them beautiful.||Contact Email||Sustainable Coastlines – NZ|