Oceans to Earth | New Name, New Logo and New Website for Go Pladdle

New Name. New Logo. New Website. Same Mission.

Oceans to Earth

GoPladdle has rebranded as Oceans to Earth, complete with new logo and website.

The activities of GoPladdle have been getting so wide-ranging and far beyond our founding remit of being a vehicle for our anti-pollution activities in Poole Harbour. In response we have recently undergone a rebrand to enable us to pull all of our projects under one banner.

The result is Oceans to Earth, a trusted environmental brand providing education to schools, businesses and other organisations around the impact of ocean pollution and carbon capture, empowering them to take action.

As well as GoPladdle and the Big Harbour Clean Up, Oceans to Earth will also be a hub for other projects and partnerships. We’ll be working closely with The Word Forest Organisation is a Dorset-based charity that plant trees, build and raises environmental awareness. We’ve also teamed up with a number of local and national organisations and businesses including Poole Harbour Commissioners, Port of Poole Marina, Icom, Ribs Marine, River Boats UK, ePropulsion, Parkstone Rotary Club and Coleman Marine Insurance.

We owe a huge thank you to Rockfish, our Poole-based sponsors, who specialise in serving sustainable, fresh, local seafood in their eight restaurants located in coastal towns in Dorset and Devon. They raised £2146 for Oceans to Earth despite the uncertainty caused by Covid 19.

We’re also massively grateful to the team at Tidal Studios who designed the Oceans to Earth logo and website. We love our new logo, which combines sea and land imagery in a harmonious ying-and-yang graphic. We’ll be launching a range of clothing and other sustainably-sourced merchandise in the near future. The website itself works across all devices and we can easily update it with all the latest project and environmental news.

We’ll be working hard to update all our branding and get the new identity out into the local and national community. If you feel you can help, please get in touch.

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