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" We don’t inherit the earth, we borrow it from our children.”
Antoine de Saint Exupéry

A “Waste and the Circular Economy Law” was adopted at the end of January by the French National Assembly and the Senate. 
This text has strong ambitions that are in line with those of Pure Ocean, notably to act and transform in order to protect the environment. 

Will we achieve zero single-use plastic by 2040 or equip all new washing-machines with plastic microfiber filters by 2025?
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After our first call for projects in 2018 which was a success with 65 applications received from 21 countries, we are launching our 2nd call for projects, hoping to have even more applications.

Pure Ocean supports research and innovation in the service of the ocean. Research is essential to protect our beautiful planet and preserve the unique role of the Ocean. Researchers, academics and NGO’s have until 29 March to submit their applications. We look forward to discovering ideas and innovative projects to monitor, restore or achieve sustainability in our ocean.

For those who wish to participate, the dedicated form can be found in the “Call for Projects” page of our website. 
By sharing the information on your networks, you can help us find the best innovative ideas to protect the ocean. We are counting on you! 


At the interface between the ocean and the continents, coastal waters are home to a rich and complex habitat that is under natural pressure from human activity. These pressures affect the quality of coastal waters, while their preservation is essential for ecological, economic and societal reasons.

Monitoring and assessing the evolution of these waters is fundamental to identify areas where significant changes are occurring in order to prioritize actions to preserve them. This is why Hubert Loisel is leading a project where technology is at the service of the ocean: satellites have been observing European coastal waters for 20 years and collecting dataRead more.


The Tour de La Provence and Pure Ocean join forces for the environment.

The Tour de La Provence, conscious that is generates important negative impacts on the environment, has set the objective of becoming an exemplary player and has solicited Pure Ocean to help achieve this. It is the first international cycling event to have developed an ambitious environmental program in collaboration with a foundation. Read more.

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