AND

PROUDLY PRESENT

A LITTLE BIT OF LITTER

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What is this project all about?

Did you know that over 8 million tonnes of plastic leak into the sea each year?

Which is like dumping a garbage truck load into the ocean every minute!

An estimated 150 million tonnes of plastic are present in the global marine environment 

and unless we change our behaviour, by 2050 plastic in our oceans will outweigh fish!

The information and image above are from the January 2016 World Economic Forum report.

Image of a Laysan Albatross that died from a ruptured stomach and starvation, by David Liittschwager and Susan Middleton.

340 grams of indigestible items were found in its gut and most of this was plastic. 

There's no time to lose! 

Using music and film we aim to spread the message that EVERY BIT OF LITTER REALLY MATTERS. 

Who are we?

Port Phillip EcoCentre is a not-for-profit, community-managed, environment organisation, working

with schools, community groups and councils on a range of litter education, prevention and clean-up

projects to stop litter from entering storm water drains and impacting the Port Phillip Bay catchment.

MOOP Patrol (MOOP stands for Matter Out Of Place) and MC Guttermouth are

waste minimisation educators, musicians, performers and co-creators of this project. 

Thanks to Nicole Joy Wheatley who features in the chorus.

Special thanks to Nikki Kowalczyk, Neil Blake, Nadav Zisin, Will Tait, Brendan Jones, Daniel Zisin, Trade Creative Media...