Aggressor Adventures recently pioneered international shoreline clean-up efforts in the Galapagos, Cuba, Belize, Palau, and the Bay Islands of Honduras.
This company-led project involved 40 Aggressor personnel and was inspired by June’s Ocean Clean-Up Month, filling over 60 trash bags with debris over a span of more than 170 hours, covering an estimated 2.55-mile area.
Ocean Clean-Up Month is an active way for Aggressor to engage with their employees while supporting the brand’s sustainability initiatives, inviting teams to join in on the efforts by cleaning up local waterways and wildlife habitats.
“As global adventurers, we witness first-hand the impact pollution has on our environment, especially in our oceans. It’s our responsibility to change that,” explains Wayne Brown, CEO of Aggressor Adventures.
“Humans must take initiative to restore nature through recovery efforts that promote real change, such as our shoreline clean-up actions and commitment to keeping our adventures environmentally sustainable.”
Photo credit: Jerome Williams and Aggressor Adventures