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"Impossible is not a fact.
It's an opinion.
Impossible is not a declaration.
It's a dare." 

Muhammad Ali

No More Plastic Foundation (abbreviated No More Plastic) is a living, non-profit organization in “start-up mode”.

Our mission is to prevent plastic and microplastic pollution, which has become a public health issue, by raising awareness about the effects of the overconsumption and overproduction of plastic, by promoting and advocating for sustainable alternatives and by fostering solutions to create a better world. 

We support the development of innovative solutions to end the cycle of plastics and microplastics, both in the environment and in our bodies, in order to invent the future.

Our goal is to contribute to a world free of plastic pollution.



About No More Plastic logo

Some people have been puzzled by the logo of No More Plastic. It is a turtle with an unusual shape, caused by a 6-pack squeezing its shell as it grew. 

Plastic pollution, from discarded fishing nets to bottles and plastic bags, to tiny micro plastics almost invisible to the naked eye, are impacting marine creatures by the millions.


Our turtle is an ambassador for the marine life struggling to survive in a sea of plastic.

This turtle was imagined by our founder Rosalie Mann and designed by the French artist Guillaume Bollier. 

Rosalie Mann

Founder & President of

No More Plastic

and co-writer of the

No More Plastic Manifesto

"Today microplastics are everywhere. In deep ocean, in Antarctic ice, even in space and drifting in the air or falling with rain or snow over mountains and cities. 

The future is to drastically reduce our production of plastic and not only our consumption of plastic.

Ocean is the treasure of humanity.

We must preserve it, protect it, help it regenerate itself, for the future of life on Earth. 

Today, our blue planet is simply wrapped in plastic.

Some say we are in the digital age; I say we are in the plastic age.

Plastic never goes away, even when it breaks down.

It turns into small particles and stays for centuries in the atmosphere, in the ocean, in the soil.

Plastic pollution has today become one of the biggest environmental scourges of our time.

This problem concerns all of us - whatever our beliefs, our gender, our vision of the world, our tastes, our differences, because it is life on Earth that is threatened. 

We must act now. 

If we don't take concrete actions now, not in 2030, not in 2040, plastic pollution will suffocate the ocean and human with it.

Open Letter No More Plastic_January 2019


You have surely heard that recycled plastic is the solution to solve his problem.

And maybe you even believe it. Like you, I believed in it.

I thought that it was a great idea. But the truth is that it is totally wrong.

Plastic recycling doesn't change the game. It contributes to the problem with microplastics.

Plastic is a dangerous and toxic material throughout its entire cycle of life for the environment but also for human health. 

Our world needs transformational changes.

We must learn to unlearn. Let's use the human genius to transform the world, not to destroy it. 

If we destroy the resources of our planet, we create a world where it will be more and more difficult to live.

Haunted by this idea, I decided to do something concrete to change our society, to inspire, to rethink our way of consuming, this is how No More Plastic was born.

We should all educate ourselves, understand to act better.

What sort of future do we want to create ?

We really need to think about where our plastic trash ends up and what it becomes.

When we buy or produce a product, it is imperative to think about the butterfly effect it will have on the planet, our ecosystem.

Many alternatives already exist but as consumers, we don't have access to them.

It is by being informed and responsible consumers, eco-conscious humans that we can create a future we will be proud.

There is no time to waste.

We can all contribute to the solution."

Alexandra Cousteau 

Co-writer of the No More Plastic Manifesto

Alexandra Cousteau is an explorer with National Geographic, a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum and was named Earth Trustee by the United Nations. She is a Senior Advisor for Oceana and has been working to protect and restore the oceans for over 20 years.

“I am the third generation of a family has been deeply connected to the protection of the oceans since 1950. The oceans my grandfather explored were abundant, full of life, and pristine.  My father Philippe was one of the first to notice the widespread degradation of the oceans and began articulating a conservation ethic that would shape our collective work until present day. Yet in spite of our best efforts, we have lost 50% of this natural capital. Under these circumstances, preserving what is left seems insufficient. It’s time to embrace an agenda to restore abundance in the oceans by 2050."

Hamilton Mann

Board member

Co-writer of the No More Plastic Manifesto


"Our lifestyle and consumption make us responsible for the destruction of what allows us all to be alive.

No one can solve better than us this problem.

It's up to us to make things change.
We must act now if we don't want to have more plastic than fish in the ocean one day.
We must rise to the challenge of a lifestyle that doesn't have the effect of permanently and inevitably decimating the resources that make life possible.

We sure know that Dreams without goals, are just Dreams.

We believe in the strength of numbers: the billions of human that we are.

We don’t confuse movement with progress.

We call for concrete actions.

We will have what we want because it just depends of what we do.

We are the solution."

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Irina Lazareanu

Executive Deputy Director of Special Programs & Partnerships

"We're fighting a new war, against our own extinction from the effects of global warming and plastic pollution.

This existential reflection that many of us have felt during the pandemic lead us to rethink everything.

It's time to start a revolution of a different kind.

It's time to build that sanctuary around this precious earth we hold so dear.

It's time to unite around values of love, peace, equality and the sanctity of life. "


Together, we can change our future.
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