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CLIMATE PROTECTION

We have already taken many steps towards a more sustainable future – but there is still much more that needs to be done. 

In line with the commitments of the fashion pact, in may 2021 we signed the UN climate change charter of the fashion industry, which sets out 16 principles for joint progress in reducing the industry’s impact on climate change.

We are committed to helping achieve the goals of the Paris agreement by supporting the United Nations sustainable development goals.

With our dedication to the climate neutral now initiative, we will help to accelerate the transformational change required to meet global greenhouse gas goals by 2050 or earlier.

 

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GREEN PACKAGING

We use compostable corn starch garment bags.

Our goods are not individually packed. We use master bags with several pieces in one big bag (minimal waste).

All Marée boxes are made from 100% FSC recycled cardboard.

Climate neutral shipping by DHL gogreen and swiss post.

FOR A BRAND WITH A MEDITERRANEAN ORIGIN LIKE OURS, THE SEA IS ONE OF OUR GREATEST TREASURES. WE DONATE A PART OF OUR PROFITS TO CAUSES AND ORGANISATIONS WHICH SHARE OUR VISION.

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SEA SHEPHERD – AN INTERNATIONAL, NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO THE PROTECTION OF MARINE WILDLIFE.

Their mission is to end the destruction of habitats and the slaughter of animals in the world in order to sustainably protect and preserve ecosystems and species. Sea Shepherd applies innovative direct action tactics to identify, document and, if necessary, detect and counteract illegal activity. By protecting the biodiversity of our finely balanced marines, sea shepherd is helping to preserve them for future generations. With its ships, sea shepherd takes part in direct actions worldwide in the context of marine conservation campaigns.

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THE OCEAN CLEANUP – THE BIGGEST OCEAN PLASTIC PROJECT WORLDWIDE

Every year, more than 10 million tons of waste end up in our oceans and about three quarters of which are made from plastic. Today, more than 150 million tons of plastic waste are in the oceans worldwide. Plastic waste has a lifespan of up to 450 years and ultimately enters the food chain in the form of microscopically sized particles through ingesting fish. In this way, plastics do not only cause harm to the fragile marine ecosystems but in particular also to humans. The urgency to solve the problem of plastic waste in the oceans should therefore concern everyone of us.

The Ocean Clean-up’s goal is to free waters around the world from plastic garbage, oil and chemicals by employing special floating garbage collectors.