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At Okeanos, we believe in absolute honesty, even if is not what you want to hear. Our team has diligently researched a variety of related subjects to our mission, such as pollution, plastic, ocean acidification, philanthropic organizations and more. Our plan, strategy and implementation are based on that research. Every statement we make, we back up with credible sources that we have listed below. We are in no way saying we know every answer or have scoured the entire internet – that is not possible. We are human and make mistakes, which we own up to.

If you find that any of the information is incorrect, we would love to be directed to the correct answer to uphold our mission by presenting true, honest, credible facts. Please contact us research@madefromstone.com

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[1]Pennington, J., 2016. Every Minute, One Garbage Truck Of Plastic Is Dumped Into Our Oceans. This Has To Stop. [online] World Economic Forum. Available at: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/10/every-minute-one-garbage-truck-of-plastic-is-dumped-into-our-oceans/

The original study: http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_The_New_Plastics_Economy.pdf

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