Do Beach Cleanups Really Make A Difference? When it comes to plastic waste littering our beaches, it sometimes feels like we are fighting a tsunami-sized problem, and that our actions are too small to really make a difference. We might...
Sentinel Ocean Alliance welcomes draft international law defining ‘Ecocide’ as a punishable offence, alongside war crimes and genocide. “In wildness is the preservation of the world” - Henry David Thoreau. On Tuesday, 22 June, 2021 a draft international law was...
Luciano was just another boy lost. Barely surviving in the shadow of the Sentinel. Set in the fishing community of Hangberg, in Hout Bay, where many young men are drifting aimlessly and grasping at poaching, gangsterism, and crime.
A few years ago, Chadwin, a local resident of the Hangberg Community, was working for the City of Cape Town picking up litter on Hout Bay beach. He had no prospects for his future and was worried that he would have to resort to poaching in order to make a living.
@sealandgearchose us to partner with for their GIVE initiative! For every R1500 spent, an amazing upcycled bag was given to one of our kiddos filled with goodies from@pna_capetownas well as the epic book "The Legend of Captain Fanplastic" donated by the@captain_fanplasticteam.
Frank Solomon recently caught up with Amy McIver on Cape Talk to talk about inspiring our next generation of eco-warriors with our Parley Ocean School and creating ocean-based opportunities for the youth of Hout Bay.
Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa. Sentinel Ocean Alliance founded by Frank Solomon in 2017 to create ocean-based opportunities and environmental education for the youth of South Africa, is pleased to announce the partnership with Parley for the Oceans for the opening of a new Parley Ocean School.
Sentinel Ocean Alliance was formed to create ocean-based opportunities for the underprivileged youth of Hout Bay. This year may have been a tough one globally, but it has been a great learning for us and for our very own community here in Hout Bay.