Ocean Family Foundation proudly sponsors Boat International’s Ocean Talks, an outstanding annual event which launched in 2018 and took part early this month on the 8th of June. This year Ocean Family Foundation proudly had a stand and we would like to personally thank everyone who came to see us, we were overwhelmed by the fantastic calibre of speeches, and hope you all felt inspired and informed in ways you can make a difference and help with marine conservation. If you weren’t able to attend, fear not. You can watch the highlights from this years Ocean Talks and hear from some of this year’s inspirational speakers and exhibitors HERE.
Ocean Family Foundation proudly sponsors Boat International’s Ocean Talks, an outstanding annual event which launched in 2018. The event is the home of meaningful conversations, inspirational and educational talks, world-renowned speakers along with exhibitors showcasing initiatives, projects and products focused on marine conservation. The event brings together the super yacht industry and the world of marine conservation for an important opportunity to connect, inspire and innovate. Join us on June 8 from 5 – 8pm at the Serpentine Gallery, London. Register for your free ticket HERE.
Pictet Wealth Management are pleased to invite you to the upcoming dinner and panel discussion: ‘Climate Change, Ecology & Impact’ – with Sir David King, Former Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government & Chairman of the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, Sian Sutherland, Co-founder of A Plastic Planet and Ari Helgason, founding partner at Transition, a climate technology venture firm.
The evening’s discussion will be moderated by Christoph Courth, Head of Philanthropy at Pictet.
Date: 8th February – 18:30
Location: The Conduit, 6 Langley St. WC2H 9JA
RSVP: Amy Mackey email@example.com
We are sponsoring Marcelle Hecker, a fourth year PhD student from the EPSRC-funded CoSEM Centre of Doctoral Training in the Bristol Composites Institute at the University of Bristol, to carry out her PhD research project in collaboration with North Sails. In this project reclaiming the valuable CF content via a variety of reclamation processes, and remanufacturing the reclaimed, short carbon fibres into aligned, discontinuous fibre reinforced (ADFR) prepreg-like tape. Over the past two months, this ADFR tape, made from reclaimed fibres from an end-of-life sail, was used to manufacture two technology demonstrators – pictured here is a batten. An example of how this ADFR tape could be incorporated into current manufacturing processes used in the sailing industry to produce semi-structural components for yachts.