Stop ocean plastic

Ban single-use plastic

Our oceans are under threat.

From overfishing to warming, sea level rise and pollution - our oceans are in grave danger.

Eight million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the world’s oceans each year. 95% of plastics are discarded after a single use and 85% of Australian seabirds affected by plastic pollution it’s clear there is a problem.

That’s why the Greens will introduce new laws to ban single-use plastics, clean up our oceans and keep our beaches beautiful.

Help save our oceans by joining the photo petition today.

Together we can🌊 stop ocean plastic 🙌’

Join the photo petition for #WorldOceansDay.

What to do

  • Take a photo of yourself or a group of people with your arms in the air.
  • Crop the photo so your hands touch the upper corners of the photo frame
  • upload your photo here 



  • Share your photo on social media and use the hashtag #TogetherWeCan🌊 

*By joining the photo campaign, you support the introduction of new laws to ban single-use plastics, clean up our oceans and keep our beaches beautiful. 


Who's signing

Coedy Pohlenz
Brendan Turner
Paul osborn
Frances Fagan
Andrew Brooks
Jenniffer Gregory
Judith Baghurst
Christopher Thomson
Trish Crocker
Allanah Moore
Valerie Staddon
Vicki Biddle
Dana Sang
suzanne kingston
Sandra Coe
Graeme Mee
Joanne Parker
Prue Beckett
Harriet Jobson
Jason Morton
Tanya Hutchins
Barry Smalldon
Max Humphreys
Lucinda Ward
Alicia Walker
Louise Priest
Mario Caporaletti
Clare Mintern
Andrew Dainty
Graeme Bucholtz
1,660 signatures

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