#source2sea

Paddling down the entire river Rhine on a board made from plastic waste: from its pristine source in Switzerland to where it empties into the North Sea after 1200 kilometres. Along with all the plastic waste it has gathered.

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Expedition

Days
28/28
Distance
1200/1200km

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Events

Upcoming events

Keynote NVRD dag

May 30th - 2018

Inspirational speech for Nederlandse Vereniging Reinigingsdiensten

Presentation Vereniging Nederlandse Gemeenten

November 30th - 2017

Inspirational speech at the VNG Dag

Pitch at 'Dag van de Wetgeving'

November 14th - 2017

Pitch (Pecha Kucha - twice) at "dag van de wetgeving" - organised by the ministery of safety and justice.

Lecture at the Junior Chamber International World Congres 2017

November 9th - 2017

Inspirational presentation on catalyzing change the 'Plastic Soup Surfer' way. (Kofi Annan as opening Keynote speaker).

Keynote - Inspiratie event SPARK MVO Leiden

October 31st - 2017

Op hét MVO-platform voor de Leidse regio inspireren sociaal bewuste ondernemers elkaar.

Workshop NTR Buitendienst tijdens Cinekid

October 21st - 2017

Tijdens het Cinekid filmfestival in Amsterdam bouwt de Plastic Soup Surfer samen met kinderen een flessensurfplank het TV programma Buitendienst vd NTR

Past events

Keynote Greenpeace team dag

September 28th - 2017

Inpirational speech and Q&A for Green Peace Head Office Amsterdam as kick off for their team building day.

Keynote Haarlem Plastic Vrij

September 8th - 2017

The 8 biggest cultural organisations in Haarlem are going 'PET-FREE'this coming cultural season. A big step in awareness and setting an example for the rest!

Opening address Academic year Leiden University

September 4th - 2017

Every year the Academic year is traditionally opened in the Pieterskerk Leiden. This year the Plastic Soup Surfer has the honour to deliver the opening address.

May 8th Presentation Source2Sea

May 8th - 2017

Monday May 8th 12o clock we present #source2sea at the TU Delft Science Center