Brighton's Beach Clean Initiative to Help Save Sea Life

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Brighton Beach, free from litter

Brighton Beach, free from litter

Pier2Pier is a monthly event that hosts mass litter picks between the West and Palace Piers. 

80% of litter in the sea comes from land

80% of litter in the sea comes from land

Set up by volunteers, the campaign, backed by local businesses and the council aims to minimise the detrimental effect that plastic pollution has on Sea Life.

Awareness of the problem has become much more prominent since Blue Planet 2 aired last year.

Greenpeace flyer in Aldi, Brighton

Greenpeace flyer in Aldi, Brighton

 

Since then the public have taken a greater interest in tackling the issue with Pier2Pier set to have 2000 volunteers involved by the end of 2018. 

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