A New Earth Project is a strategic collaboration between outdoor enthusiasts and global packaging suppliers. Our mission is to rid the world's oceans, lakes, and rivers of plastic pollution.
Press & Field Notes
From Oahu's West Side to the White House, Pake Salmon's Fight Against Waste is Working
On the West Side of Oahu, where crystal blue waters meet the rugged coastline, there's a long simmering battle underway. This close-knit community, long marginalized and overlooked, is fighting against the insidious and pervasive issue of waste colonialism.
Colorado Makes Hopeful First Step Towards Better Recycling and Sustainability
We've had some big news on the EPR front! It was announced in Colorado last week that the state has taken a major step in implementing its extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs for packaging by selecting the Circular Action Alliance as their producer responsibility organization (PRO).
In January 2021, the group that would kick off A New Earth Project gathered in Oahu, Hawaii to discuss their mission and to articulate their concerns for the health of our oceans as a result of ocean plastics. They also laid the groundwork for a plan that will create the change needed to save our oceans.