Te Rōpu Whakakore Para Kirihou, AKA the Aotearoa Plastic Pollution Alliance (APPA) is a collaborative forum of researchers, educators, artists, activists and community leaders working to prevent plastic pollution in Aotearoa, Te Moananui-a-Kiwa, and beyond.

THE LATEST FROM APPA

Check out the latest research, stories, events, and activism from the Aotearoa Plastic Pollution Alliance.

APPA End-of-Year Hui 2022 🎉

When: Sunday 11 December + Monday 12 December 2022 Where: Sustainable Coastlines flagship building, Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) From December 11-12, APPA will be hosting our end-of-year hui in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland), Te Ika-a-Māui. The two Read more…

APPA End-of-Year Hui 2021

Join us December 2nd and 3rd for presentations and discussions from researchers, businesses, policy makers, artists and those interested in working together to mitigate and prevent plastic pollution in Aotearoa and Oceania. The 2nd annual Read more…

Plastic Pollution Challenge

(Palmy’s) Plastic Pollution Challenge applies citizen science to find out how much plastic litter is in our urban waterways. The challenge was launched in Palmerston North in March 2019 and is now expanding through the Read more…