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Duotone Clean Beach Day

Postby Toby » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:06 am

Duotone News:

Clean Beach Day

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“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
Robert Swan, British polar Researcher


Join us across 13 countries on May 1st 2019, when 28 Duotone locations will host the worldwide Duotone #cleanthebeach day, supported by many of our International Team riders such as:

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Share your experience with us and the global Duotone community using #cleanthebeach @duotone.kiteboarding and keep an eye on the Duotone Instagram feed and Facebook page to watch how the day goes.

For more information on locations near you, head over to the Duotone Website by clicking: ... nbeachday/

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Our sport is powered by the elements and the ocean is our playground. We need it, it’s our life and we are committed to making sure it’ll be there in the future.

We at Duotone are always searching for practical solutions to minimise our impact on the environment and its oceans. Where possible, we try to package smart, streamline our transportation and deliver to our customers only the products they order.

But today, this plastic problem is out of control. It’s blighting our oceans and needs us all to come together to make it stop now.

“Plastic pollution is surfing onto Indonesian beaches, settling onto the ocean floor at the North Pole, and rising through the food chain onto our dinner tables.”
Erik Solheim, head of the UN Environment program

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