One Ocean Foundation carries on the No Plastic in the Ocean project dedicated to raising awareness and mitigating marine plastic pollution. The environmental project consists of various initiatives, carried out together with the Foundation's partners, to maximize results.
More Miles Less Plastic is one of the the environmental project dedicated to the world of sailing and aims to raise awareness on the issue of ocean pollution while at the same time obtaining a concrete result, collecting plastic waste from marine and coastal areas. The initiative - carried out in collaboration with the Sporting Club Sardinia - will be presented on the occasion of the Mario Formenton Trophy, which will be held on August 20 in Porto Rafael and of which OOF is “Sustainability Partner”.
More Miles Less Plastic is structured according to a highly accountable process, through which it is possible to accurately trace the information about the location of the plastic collection. In detail, for every mile sailed by each boat during the regatta, One Ocean Foundation commits to collect one kilogram of plastic from the environment through support for local projects in Italy and around the world.
During the Formenton Trophy, One Ocean Foundation will also promote awareness on the issue of environmental pollution through the distribution of a kit for the implementation of sustainability guidelines and practices and aluminum water bottles to limit the purchase of plastic bottles. Finally, during the course of the sporting event, each member of the crews will have the opportunity to subscribe our ethical code, the Charta Smeralda.