WiT Podcast: Unity In Crisis – Episode 22: Tom Peacock-Nazil, Founder, Seven Clean Seas

WiT Podcast: Unity In Disaster – Episode 22: Tom Peacock-Nazil, Founder, Seven Cleanse Seas
02/09/2020,
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This is a
story that starts on Koh Lipe, an island in the Andaman Sea around the border of
Malaysia, a well-liked place for travellers. It is known for loads of small islands,
sandy beach locations and coral-abundant waters.

Tom Peacock-Nazil and wife Pamela required a crack from their hectic city life in Singapore, their household for the previous seven a long time, and so, about two and a fifty percent a long time back, they headed off to Koh Lipe for their escape.

It finished up with him quitting his finance work to established up a social company referred to as Seven Cleanse Seas aimed at addressing the dilemma of plastic squander via technologies and plastic credits.

There is no denying that plastic squander is a huge dilemma – eleven million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean every 12 months. And if we carry on as we’re undertaking today, by 2040, this will go up to 29 million tonnes, that is equivalent to fifty kilogrammes for every metre of coastline globally – so that implies every one 12 months, every one metre of coastline would have the equivalent of fifty kilogrammes of plastic.

It consequently desires an analytical and fiscal strategy to tackle it at scale. With his finance qualifications Tom has damaged down the dilemma into pieces, and he’s figured out a way to get his tasks funded.

Have a
hear to how it all started. It is a intriguing story of passion, driven by
purpose as nicely as business considering. As well as guess which each day merchandise is the one
biggest perpetrator of plastic pollution?

If you are fascinated in supporting Seven Cleanse Seas, you can do so via their site.

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