Sustainable Swimwear: Turning the Tide on Plastic Pollution

Every year around 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into the world’s oceans. Up to an incredible 90 per cent of all rubbish in the sea is plastic.

But, thanks to innovative processes, that plastic can be reused.  And where better to do so than in the $18.45 billion swimwear market.

Meet five pioneering brands who are marrying a love of the ocean and desire to see it plastic free with great design.

Riz Boardshorts produce men's boardshorts (with a small selection for women as well)…

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Clare Lissaman

Head of Oxfam Advisory Services at Oxfam and 3 others