TRANSFORMING LOST FISHING NETS RECOVERED FROM CORNWALL'S COAST

TOGETHER, WE CAN CREATE A CLEANER OCEAN AND PROTECT MARINE WILDLIFE.

In less than century since its creation, plastic in its myriad forms can be found in every marine environment: from lost or discarded fishing nets – called ghosts nets – threatening to entangle wildlife in the depths of the ocean; to micro-plastics which are so small they mimic sand grains on the beach.

We at Behaviour Change Cornwall research and put into practice ways to change our collective relationship with the underwater world, trying in a small way to change our society from consuming into change-making.

Your support is removing plastic, transforming

lost nets and ensuring they never re-enter the sea

Gylly beach bracelet green

Our newest recycled fishing net  bracelet is from Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth.

cribbar reef bracelet newquay

Made from net found on the world famous Cribbar Reef – off Towan Head, Newquay.

daymer bay bracelet

Fishing net recovered from Daymer Bay and transformed into a beautiful bracelet.