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21st Century Recycling Technology

21st Century Recycling Technology

The Doconomy, providing banks with carbon and water footprint calculations for every transaction, and Parley for the Oceans, a global environmental organization with a modernistic approach to environmentalism, today announce they are entering into a long-term partnership to boost solutions to the interconnected climate and plastic crises. The partners will work together to quantify the unseen environmental costs of consumption decisions in ways that empower individuals, businesses, and governments to align spending with climate action and solutions, focusing initially on carbon, water, and plastic.


With a project that includes more than 30 countries up till now, Parley programs emphasis on cleanups and plastic interception, education and communication, material science, and eco-innovation to end the fast-growing crisis of marine plastic pollution alongside the intertwined threats of climate change and overfishing. The organization’s approach is leading by the three pillars of its Parley AIR Strategy: Avoid, Intercept, and Redesign. Together, Doconomy and Parley will integrate this tactic into Doconomy’s product portfolio and empower individuals and corporations to take responsibility for their impact.


The demands of a new generation of consumers driven by authentic, impactful commitments to environmental responsibility, Doconomy and Parley will provide products and technologies from the Doconomy business portfolio that empower individuals to understand and track their carbon, water, and now plastic footprints, developing a new plastic index tool that illustrates the connections between products and marine plastic pollution, and provides an everyday way to support direct impact through Parley initiatives.


The shared goal of driving a material revolution and creating an economy that works in harmony with ecological ecosystems, the collaboration will focus on harnessing financial formulas and tools that allow a better view into the unseen impacts of consumer spending, empowering individuals to use that knowledge to make more informed decisions and participating in creative solutions to environmental threats.


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