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Sustainability Trends:  Turning ripples and waves into substantial currents of change

Sustainability Trends: Turning ripples and waves into substantial currents of change

Sarah Townsend

According to the Future Foundation’s ‘Seven Sustainability Trends for the 2020s’ the Plastics Kickback is firmly at the top of this list. Whilst it is encouraging to acknowledge the importance of this issue and that plastic pollution sentiment is higher than ever, this has yet to convert into meaningful and measurable change. It’s a good start but greater strides have to be made and quickly.

Be the Change Now

To make this activity function in a truly transformative way, work needs to be joined up and needs to get to the core problem of throwaway mindsets. For significant change, the 2020s has to be the decade where we see good intention pledges become reality on a scaled-up basis. Collaboration will be key; between businesses, not for profit organisations, government, NGOs, and investors . Please do get in touch so we can help you and your organisations have a positive influence. We have a deep affinity with our oceans and seas and we remain focused on positively impacting the health of our oceans and seas.

#bethechange #marinesocialresponsibility #thetimeisnow

bethechange@msrconsultancy.com

Sustainability Trends:  Turning ripples and waves into substantial currents of change
Sustainability Trends:  Turning ripples and waves into substantial currents of change


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