Ocean Heritage Act
Ocean Heritage ACT is focused on uniting the world’s nations, organizations and corporations, to initiate an immediate ocean rescue plan: minimizing the current plastic content in the ocean and saving aquatic and marine life.
Ocean Heritage ACT is an OACM-launched global initiative, in collaboration with world organizations, governments (heads of states, royal families) and corporations, to protect, preserve and clean the ocean. It is also referred to as the global ocean plastic extraction initiative - today’s most concrete measure against physical ocean pollution that can physically reduce the current content of the plastic in the oceans, lakes and rivers. Ocean Heritage ACT includes various SOS CPs (Sustainable Ocean Solution Conservancy Programs) oriented towards not only physical extraction of the plastic but also prevention of future pollution, education, and raising awareness among both younger and older generations. It also deals with protection of natural and cultural heritage, biodiversity and ocean sustainability. The ACT has been globally recognised and approved by heads of states and governments ever since its start in 2013, and it is designed to last and develop throughout the next century in order to accomplish its mission and objective. The uniqueness of Ocean Heritage ACT lies in its flexibility to adapt to any current pollution problem anywhere in the world, and in creating tangible results, based on concrete measures.
Ocean Heritage ACT will be signed by more than 180 nations within the year 2020, in order to accelerate immediate action towards protection, preservation and physical extraction of plastic from the ocean.