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Julie Church from the Ocean Sole Foundation

Julie Church from the Ocean Sole Foundation shares insights from her blue solution “Marine Conservation Entrepreneurship – from trash to trade”. In Kenya recycling of flip flops from beaches and waterways and their processing into handcraft products for selling creates livelihoods and jobs. The underlying objective is to communicate a message on behalf of the ocean: “keep me clean, keep me healthy!”.


Year: 2017

From album: Blue Solutions Video Series

Produced by: GRID-Arendal/GIZ

Tags: blue solutions Kenya oceans short video interview waste waste and material resources

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