Category Archives: Bluestars

Zoe & Ella

Zoe & Ella researching Plastic pollution for a 3rd grade school project in Los Angeles.

Youth Movement Empowering the World

Bluestar - K-12 Initiative Empowering the World

Bluestar is a unique program offered by Sailing for Water, whereby youths from all over the world are giving water a voice by actively engaging the communities they live in to (REFUSE - REDUCE - REUSE - RECYCLE) disposable plastic products whenever and wherever possible.

"Water is a finite resource, the bottled water that is consumed today might possibly be the same water that once trickled down the back of a wooly mammoth. The Earth is a closed system, meaning that very little matter, including water, ever leaves or enters the atmosphere; the water that was here billions of years ago is still here now."

Bluestars are the ground force of our collective initiative, often seen collecting discarded plastic from the shores of our waterways, to conducting school and community seminars on the importance of zero waste, and the responsible use of single serve plastic products. Join us today and help make the world a better place for future generations to come.

 

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Our Values

Empowering People of all Ages

Our corporate values are embedded in our desire to give water a voice...

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Live Without Plastic

Health - Environment - Integrity - Community

The core values of this ethical sourced online store...

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OUR CONCERNS

Empowering Communities to Make Smart Decisions Today

 

 

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Sailing for Water - A ClassicSailboats.Org initiative empowering people of all ages to make smart decisions today that will effect the quality of life for future generations to come.

Dedicated to zero waste, the protection of our precious oceans, waterways and wildlife, and ensuring clean water access to those in need.

A traveling environmentally centric movement...touring the world, by road and sea to schools, university's, high profile events and regattas throughout the world.

 

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