Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is an international non-profit organisation, with the mission to use the fishery certification to contribute to the health of the world’s oceans by recognising and rewarding sustainable fishing practices. We act together to recognise and reward efforts to protect oceans and safeguard seafood supplies for the future.
The Maritime Institue in Gdańsk is a research and development unit supervised by Ministry of Maritime Economy. For over fifty years the Institute has been closely associated with maritime economy. The Institute conducts research work, scientific and implementation projects, studies and assessments. The Institute is a partner in the project "Reduction of the negative impact of oil spills from the Franken shipwreck".
Seas At Risk is an association of environmental organisations from across Europe, working together to ensure that life in our seas and oceans is abundant, diverse, climate resilient, and not threatened by human activities. We cat together as a coalition to promote ambitious policies for marine protection at European and international level.
Scopus has been actively working to deliver environmentally friendly solutions for the safety of road users for the past 11 years. Safely to the destination means not only the infrastructure but also the environment. SCOPUS is a distributor of the marine litter bins called "PortBin" designed and produced by SpillTech in Norway.
Boomplastic is a team of creative people who devote their time to solve the problem of plastic pollution. They combine the knowledge of industrial design, industrial technologies and recycling in supporting the proper management of plastics. Boomplastic gives a second life to the ghost nets removed from the Baltic with the help of the MARE Foundation.
Biotherm has been making efforts to minimize the negative impact on the environment since 2012, e.g. by limiting the use of "virgin" plastic, using glass and recycled plastic and using renewable resources. Biotherm has seas and oceans in its DNA, and its mission is to care for their well-being. The brand has also been activlty working to protect marine ecosystems worldwide by undertaking joint projects with non-profit organizations.
Since 2021, Biotherm has been cooperating with the MARE Foundation in a joint project called Operation Ghost.
The aim of the project is to clean selected Baltic shipwrecks of old fishing gear, the so called "ghost nets", which constitute a big threat to the marine environment.
We thank all of our partners for their support and faith in our activities!
The full list of our partners and supporting companies is available on the Polish version of the webiste.