Beyond Plastics Bonaire

With support from World Wide Fund for Nature in the Netherlands, Boneiru Duradero has partnered with Travel Without Plastic to develop a series of short online training modules to show you how to reduce plastic and save money.

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Online Training Program

Beyond Plastics

Plastic pollution has become one of the most urgent environmental issues in the world.

And it’s getting worse. Without a global response, there could be more plastic in the sea than fish by 2050. We need urgent action to stop the plastics crisis and its disastrous consequences for nature, humans, wildlife, tourism and the economy.

Correcting our plastic waste problem requires a mindshift about how plastics are made, used and disposed of.

Boneiru Duradero partnered with Travel Without Plastic to develop a series of short online training modules to show you how to reduce plastic and save money. The e-Learning program was made possible through funding from the World Wide Fund for Nature in the Netherlands (WWF-NL).

Why Christiaan Zweers
says NO to Plastic?

Why Christiaan Zweers
says NO to Plastic?

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World Wide Fund for Nature in the Netherlands (WWF-NL) work in Bonaire

Boneiru
Duradero

Boneiru Duradero (Sustainable Bonaire) is an initiative focused on sustainable awareness and activity on Bonaire.

We partner with local (governmental) organizations, NGO’s and companies to build strong networks to support sustainability on Bonaire in line with our slogan: Huntu pa un Boneiru Duradero.

Our Actions

The Problem of
Single-Use Plastic in Bonaire

The Problem of
Single-Use Plastic in Bonaire

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Our Modules

Beyond Plastics e-Learning Program

The modules have been designed to be taken together to make up a short course. Each module is a ‘bite-size’ 5-10 minutes long and you can take each section whenever it suits you. You’ll get most out of the training if you start with the Introduction Module and take all modules that are relevant to you.

people and nature can thrive together