CARE for the Cape and Islands, the Cape Cod Anti-Litter Coalition, and the Center for Coastal Studies warmly invites you to attend our annual Summit on November 9th, 2023 at The 204: Cultural Arts Municipal Building in Harwich.
Sponsored in part by Open Water, The Rising Tide of Plastic Pollution: Sustainable Business Solutions Summit is an opportunity to network with your peers as we discuss industry shifts, learn sustainable solutions, and share practical resources for your business.
Please join us as we identify solutions that:
. Provide service and hospitality businesses practical resources.
. Create a shift to sustainable serviceware.
. Build commercial and municipal infrastructure.
. Reduce waste.
. Protect our environment.
Be part of the conversation and have your voice heard! Register today for the "Rising Tide of Plastic Pollution" Take Care Summit!
Our mission is to inspire stewardship to preserve and protect the natural, cultural, and historical treasures of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
Show you CARE by visiting careforthecapeandislands.org.
About the Cape Cod Anti-Litter Coalition:
The CCALC mission focuses on education that changes attitudes and behaviors, leading to a culture where littering is considered socially unacceptable.
Learn more by visiting nocapelitter.org
About the Center for Costal Studies:
CCS is a non-profit organization dedicated to understanding, preserving and protecting marine ecosystems and the coastal environment through applied research, education and public policy initiatives.
Learn more by visiting coastalstudies.org
Open Water is on a mission to fight ocean plastic pollution. The company pioneered the canned water category and offers water in 100% recyclable aluminum bottles and cans, eliminating the need for plastic bottles. Open Water has replaced the need for over 1.5 million pounds of plastic. The company was the world's first certified Climate Neutral water brand and donates a portion of every sale to ocean conservation non-profits working for a future with #moreoceanlessplastic.
Open Water is a proud member of 1% for the Planet and is a certified Women-Owned business (WBENC).
Learn more by visiting drinkopenwater.com
General Admission: USD 30.00
Time: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm