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We all know that now is the time to act for the Baltic Sea. We are committed to this important issue, the protection of the Baltic Sea. Every drop in the ocean counts! The goal of the #OURSEA campaign is to raise one million euros for protecting the Baltic Sea.
It's a pleasure to introduce our brand new #OURSEA product family featuring the Moomins
All #OURSEA products are made from recycled materials. We think that it´s superb that the fabrics are made of plastic bottles and plastic garbage collected from the sea.
The product family includes a high-quality screen protector with a holographic Moomin image, waterproof storage bags and smartphone covers with Moomin pictures.
Docover is an official #oursea partner and we will donate one euro per item to John Nurminen foundation.
What is the #OURSEA campaign about?
The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted seas in the world. It needs urgent, concrete action on multiple levels and time is running out. We need to change the course now. The fact is that we only have one sea and that sea is in danger, but if we combine our efforts we can save it.
The year 2020 marks 75 years since Tove Jansson wrote her first story about the Moomins. To celebrate this anniversary, Moomin Characters Ltd together with its partners launces a one-year campaign to help the Baltic Sea. The goal is to collect one million euros for John Nurminen Foundation’s work to save the Baltic Sea and its cultural heritage for future generations.
Who is behind this campaign?
Oy Moomin Characters Ltd is the owner, originator and company responsible for managing the Moomins' brand, copyright and registrations. The company was started in 1958 by Tove Jansson and her brother Lars Jansson and is still run by family members. Rights & Brands is the global licensing agent for Moomin Characters, bringing Nordic rights and brands to a global arena.
John Nurminen Foundation is a private Finnish Foundation founded in 1992, whose mission is to save the Baltic Sea and its heritage for future generations. As a result of the foundation’s projects, the eutrophying phosphorus load to the Baltic Sea has been reduced by thousands of tonnes, significantly reducing the amount of blue-green algae in the sea.Join the campaign for a good cause #OURSEA