This “Inadvertently Engineered” Enzyme Could Help the Environment

“Inadvertently engineered” by scientists at the University of Portsmouth and the US Department of Energy, a new enzyme has been discovered (well, created in actuality) that might help the recycling process—therefore benefitting the environment. This enzyme essentially eats and digests plastics and, while it could revolutionize recycling, Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch says, “We cannot put our hopes on a miracle and we …

Jenga Ocean, a Game Made from Recycled Fishing Nets

Taking eco-friendly to new heights, Jenga Ocean is the first-ever game made from recycled fishing nets. Each set is produced from 25 square feet of nets sourced via Bureo’s Net Positiva recycling program, and the results don’t sacrifice design—the all-black blocks feature threatened animals hand-drawn by Lake Buckley. It can be played in the same way as the Jenga you already know and love, but …

Parley + adidas Originals’ Eco-Friendly Sneakers

Made from upcycled plastic waste, shoes that put the power of change with the consumer

Always of the belief that the power of change is in our hands as consumers, Parley for the Oceans has teamed up with adidas Originals for the EQT Support ADV sneaker. Available in two shades of blue, the core of this collaboration is that they are made from recycled Parley Ocean Plastic which is crafted from upcycled plastic waste. This trash is collected on beaches …