Who are we?
OpNet360°’s objective is to remove 10 metric tons of waste from the environment, plant 1,000 trees and shrubs and reach more than 40,000 people. GRAME, Mission 100 tonnes, and Urban Water Odyssey, as well as hundreds of citizens and underwater divers come together for this ambitious initiative. It’s part of a worldwide movement to remove plastic from the ocean. The efforts of each one of us during OpNet360° form the last barrier stopping waste from getting to the sea.
GRAME (Groupe de recommandations et d’actions pour un meilleur environnement or
Group for Recommendations and Actions to Mend the Environment) is a public-interest
organization founded in 1989 and based in Montreal. It’s a major Quebec player with regard
to innovative and realistic solutions for major environmental problems. It is also an inspiring
collective effort with strong grassroots connections.
GRAME is recognized for its deep expertise with regard to transportation, energy, ecological
tax policy, waste management, greening the city and other urban planning issues. Its work
focusses on three complementary elements: influencing decision makers, environmental
sensitization and education, and direct in-the-field action.
Mission 100 tonnes
Mission 100 tonnes is working to remove 100 metric tons of waste from the planet’s
waterways, starting with the Saint Lawrence River, in order to reduce the amount of plastic,
waste and toxic substances in the oceans. In addition to this ambitious objective, Mission
100 tonnes seeks to mobilize and sensitize citizens, companies and politicians around the
world in order to save the oceans, and to educate about alternatives to plastic, in particular
in single-use products. Mission 100 tonnes is part of the current major international effort to
clean up the oceans and eradicate single-use plastic.
Urban Water Odyssey