Youth March

Youth March

On 12th October 2019, we led our Youth March in celebration of National Marine Week! 500 learners and educators from schools all over Nelson Mandela Bay marched from Kings Beach to Happy Valley to raise awareness towards achieving Zero Plastics to the Seas of Africa...
Norway Partnership

Norway Partnership

The Norwegian Embassy and the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) has formally announced a four-year partnership from 2019 to 2023 dedicated towards achieving zero plastics to the seas of Africa. SST presented a new major initiative to fight marine waste, a programme called...
International Coastal Clean-up Day

International Coastal Clean-up Day

Each year in September, International Coastal Clean-up Day (ICC) encourages individuals to help reduce the challenges the oceans face by going out to clean the beaches. All over the world, people from more than 100 countries participate in clean-ups in celebration of...
Marine Litter Monitoring

Marine Litter Monitoring

The Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) has partnered with SST to establish a monitoring programme for marine and riverine litter in countries bordering the Western Indian Ocean (WIO). The seven WIO countries (Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius,...
AWA Webinar Series 4

AWA Webinar Series 4

The fourth African Waste Academy webinar series took place on the 20th, 21st and 27th of August 2019, starting with Carol Maione’s presentation on “Using analytic data to study the waste tourism system: Supporting better decision-making to reduce marine litter”. Carol...
Introducing Stacey Webb

Introducing Stacey Webb

On the 31st July 2019, the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) announced that Stacey Webb will officially join its team as Executive Director starting 1st August 2019. A scientist and passionate conservationist, Stacey joins SST from The Southern African Foundation for the...


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