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Now viewing 1 through 25 of 34 Plastic Pollution Coalition Members found.
  • California Coastal Coalition (Civil Society) CalCoast is a non-profit advocacy group comprised of 35 coastal cities; five counties; AMBAG, BEACON, SANDAG and SCAG; along with business associations and allied groups committed to restoring California's coast through sand replenishment, increasing the flow of natural sediment, wetlands recovery and improved water quality.
  • California Resource Recovery Association (Civil Society) Founded in 1974, CRRA is California's statewide recycling association. It is the oldest and one of the largest non-profit recycling organizations in the United States. CRRA is dedicated to achieving environmental sustainability in and beyond California through Zero Waste strategies including product stewardship, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting.
  • Californians Against Waste (Civil Society; Education; Youth) Dedicated to conserving resources, preventing pollution and protecting California’s environment through the development, promotion and implementation of waste reduction and recycling policies and programs.
  • Rachelle Carson (Actor)
  • Luz Casal (Musician / Composer)
  • Center for Biological Diversity (Education) The Center for Biological Diversity works through science, law and creative media to secure a future for all species, great or small, hovering on the brink of extinction. The oceans program engages in efforts to protect our ocean ecosystems and marine life threatened by overfishing, fossil fuels, and pollution.
  • Center for Safe Energy (Civil Society) Addresses the most urgent needs of citizen-based organizations in the former Soviet Union.
  • Fukuro Chan (Actor) Fukuro Chan is a cartoon character, a Plastic Bag, from Japan
  • Chanelle Sladics (Athlete) Professional Snowboarder, certified Yoga instructor, life enthusiast, tree hugger.
  • Beth Nielsen Chapman (Musician; Surfer)
  • Bharati Chaturvedi (Government). Bharati Chaturvedi is the founder of India-based non-profit, Chintan, which works to reduce ecological footprints and increase environmental justice through advocacy, research, and programs for informal waste handlers and recyclers. She is part of government committees for policy making, with special focus on plastic bags and packaging. Bharati writes a column for the Hindustan Times and blogs with the Huffington Post.
  • Chico Bags (Business). Equipping humanity with tools that will help eliminate the unnecessary use of single-use paper and plastic bags; designs tasteful, durable, reusable bags.
  • Chirping Bird Society (Non-profit, Education) will act as cheerleaders to draw attention to acts of courage and accomplishments by such organizations and individuals. Chirping Birds whether man, woman or child speak out wherever they see creatures or our environment being abused or misused.
  • Clean Water Action (Non-profit; Education; Health) Organization working to empower people to take action to protect America's waters, build healthy communities, and to make democracy work for all of us.
  • The Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education (COARE) (Non-profit; Research; Education). Purpose is to study our oceans and increase public awareness of the earth's marine environment through educational programs and outreach.
  • Code Blue Foundation (Non-profit) is a private foundation created to fund innovative ideas for protection and restoration of our ocean planet.
  • Dianna Cohen (CEO; Co-founders; Artist). Dianna Cohen is a Los Angeles-based multimedia visual artist, painter and curator. She is best known for her works using recycled plastic bags ranging from small hanging pieces to room-sized installations. In 2007, Cohen expanded into making wearable art pieces using recycled materials. Solo shows include Post, Art Affairs gallery in Amsterdam, the Sutton Gallery in Melbourne, and Frank Pictures in Santa Monica, CA. She has shown in group exhibitions at Affirmation Arts in NYC, the Riverside Art Museum in Riverside, the Bronx Museum in NYC and the Tampa Museum of Art in Florida. In 2008 she had work in the exhibition Just How does A Patriot Act at The OCCCA in Orange County and at SPARC in Venice, CA and in the exhibition Recreate in Santa Monica. In 2009, Cohen had solo exhibitions at Elizabeth Budia Gallery, Barcelona, and Art From Scrap in Santa Barbara. In 2010, her work was exhibited in BCN: Nights Gallery in Barcelona, Spain.
  • Julia Cohen (Staff). Coalition Manager Julia Cohen is formerly the Alliance Partnership Manager for the Progressive Book Club. She has developed and executed grassroots outreach campaigns for a wide range of clients in the entertainment and non-profit industries. She has over 20 years experience in United Nations, nonprofit and public health management; civic engagement, advocacy, marketing, fundraising and technology development. Cohen's diverse experience includes serving as Deputy Director for Campus Progress at the Center for American Progress and directing major initiatives for the National Democratic Institute, YouthNOISE, Youth Vote, Rock the Vote, Planned Parenthood and the State Department, among others. At Voxiva, she led efforts to develop global health, political and civic engagement technology applications and directed projects for AIDS relief and Tsunami recovery.
  • Theo Colborn, Ph. D. (Science Advisors). Founder and president of The Endocrine Disruption Exchange
  • Coliego Bolivar (Education) Colegio Bolivar is an educational community whose mission is to educate its students in a bilingual, democratic environment to be autonomous, and to demonstrate a spirit of inquiry and collaboration, a commitment to excellence, and the highest aspirations for the welfare of both the individual and society.
  • Colorado Ocean Coalition (Non-profit; Education; Civil Society). Mission is to be the voice for ocean protection in the Mountain States by creating a strong network made up of ocean enthusiasts.
  • Common Folk (Business) Common Folk, also known as CO/FO, is a brand from Barcelona that aims to inspire change in the current throw-away society & make being waste-free an attractive way of life.
  • Kate Connor (Writer, Actor, Film-maker)
  • Conservation International (Civil Society) Conservation International (CI) works to ensure a healthy and productive planet for us all. Yet economic and infrastructure development, which are so necessary for human well-being, can also have serious impacts on nature. That is why CI is working at every level – from remote villages to the offices of presidents and premiers – to help move whole societies toward a smarter development path.