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Education Station

Open Daily November 8-December 15 at North Shore Marketplace in Hale'iwa

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii has its own transformer, the Education Station. Our mobile classroom is actually a repurposed and modified 20-foot shipping container. The Education Station opens up and more than doubles in size for a walk-through, interactive educational experience highlighting the harmful effects of marine debris on our coastal environments and what we all can do to keep our beaches clean. It even has a pop-up outdoor movie screen for movie night at the beach. The Education Station is purpose-built for outdoor events. We use it at our beach cleanups and it’s also available to rent. It’s perfect for hosting workshops, presentations, exhibitions, festivals and any other offsite activity anywhere you can drive a truck. The Education Station can also be shipped to any of the main Hawaiian Islands.

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Treasure Chest

  • Plastic Paradise

    Every single piece of plastic that has ever been created since the 19th century is still somewhere on our planet. So if it never goes away, where does it go?
  • Psychology for a Better World

    Simple and clear video describing the key messages from Niki Harré's book "Psychology for a Better World". Download the e-book for free here.
  • Charting the garbage patches of the sea

    Dr Erik van Sebille from UNSW's Climate Change Research Centre describes how ocean "garbage patches" are studied, and some of the shocking findings.
  • Tapped

    Film examining the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil. Watch full movie online.