Let nature be your teacher . . . .
“BRINKLEY HAS TAPPED INTO THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF A DEMOGRAPHIC OF PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT ONLY ACTIVE AND CONCERNED CITIZENS, BUT ARE A VITAL PIECE OF THE ECONOMY.
THIS IS POWERFUL."
Announcing new partnership with
We’re super excited to announce a partnership with Zero Co a new Aussie company on a mission to eliminate single-use plastic packaging from every Aussie kitchen, laundry and bathroom. It is the fighting plastic at both ends of the supply chain.
The re-usable dispensers will be made from recycled plastic waste rescued from our seas.
This means stopping the production of new plastic, turning off the tap at the top of the supply chain, while removing existing plastic pollution from our oceans, cleaning up the mess at the bottom of the supply chain.
The re-usable refill sachets will be made from post consumer recycled plastic (that's a fancy way of saying plastic bound for landfill).
They have also partnered with Pack Tech and Ocean Waste Plastics to create their dispensers and refills. Every Zero Co dispenser comes with a tracking code so you can see which part of the ocean the plastic was collected from.
They’ve pledged to donate $5 from your first Zero Co order to the Balu Blue Foundation to help fund the important environmental work we’re undertaking every day.
Head on over to sign up using this link to show your support -
A Local’s Perspective With Brinkley Davies / Monster Children
Welcome to episode four of A Local’s Perspective, a series where we team up with environmentally-conscious Australians and put our precious coastline under the microscope, brought to you by Corona Extra.
Episode four features surfer, marine biologist and environmental advocate, Brinkley Davies, in her hometown on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. While she now calls the turquoise waters of Exmouth in Western Australia home, Brinkley jumped at the chance to head back to the tight-knit community on the isolated piece of coastline where she grew up.