Thanks very much for visiting this page to find out more about OPLI.
Our report ‘International Law and Marine Plastic Pollution: Holding Offenders Accountable’ is now available for download. Low resolution online version here (1.3 MB).
The report received its formal launch at the Ocean Plastics Crisis Summit on Tuesday 20th February 2018 at the Royal Geographical Society in London. We are very grateful to Bianca Jagger for assisting at the launch. Please see full press release here.
Oliver Tickell / Artists Project Earth.
See also articles on OPLI:
- ‘Ocean plastic tide “violates the law”‘, Roger Harrabin‘s timely article on BBC online, 20th February 2018.
- ‘In our new war against ocean plastics – we have international law on our side‘, OT writing for The Ecologist, 23rd February 2018.
- ‘Banning straws is easy. Seriously cutting plastic waste will not be‘, OT in the Daily Telegraph, 24th February 2018.
- ‘Ocean Plastic Pollution Isn’t Just Immoral, It’s Illegal‘, OT on the Huffington Post, 20th February 2018.
- ‘Plastic particles threaten to swamp the planet‘, Paul Brown‘s write-up of the Ocean Plastics Crisis Summit, Climate News Network, 22nd February 2018.
- ‘How to stop ocean plastics‘ – Katie Dancey-Downs sets out highlights from the Ocean Plastics Crisis Summit; published on Lush Times, 1st March 2018.
- ‘The plastic pollution solution?‘: we don’t need more Resolutions, Declarations and Conventions; we need more action, says Oliver Tickell. Published on Lush Times, December 2018.
- ‘There’s a way: now we need the will‘, Oliver’s introduction to OPLI, Resurgence & Ecologist magazine.
- ‘Ocean plastics – a violation of international law?‘ by Clare Fisher, post on Marine Conservation Society website, 20th February 2018.