THE WAY WE LIVE IS DESTROYING WHAT KEEPS US ALIVE 

OUR WATERWAYS ARE DYING

STOP HARMFUL ALGAE BLOOMS

Vivobarefoot has teamed up with campaigning organisation The Oxygen Project to take ACTION and raise AWARENESS on the growing problem of harmful algae blooms that are choking our planet’s waterways. They create “dead zones” that decimate aquatic life, pollute freshwater supplies and severely damage ecosystems. Algae blooms are a threat to communities and waterways worldwide

What can we do?

To stand a chance of building a regenerative future, we need to act - together.

WATCH OUR FILM about harmful algae blooms, contributed to and supported by scientists, doctors, activists and thought leaders, and SIGN OUR OPEN LETTER to UNESCO.

SIGN OUR OPEN LETTER FOR UNESCO

Urging governments to end destructive agricultural and industrial practices, especially the use of phosphates and nitrates, and start implementing proven, regenerative, nature-based solutions.

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Find out more about the science behind harmful algae blooms and what causes them.

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WHAT ARE HARMFUL ALGAE BLOOMS? 

Algae blooms happen naturally, but human activity is making them increase exponentially. Toxic for humans, animals and plant life, these algae blooms are choking our planet’s waterways and creating ‘dead zones’. 

HOW HAVE HUMANS CAUSED THIS? 

The compound effects of the climate emergency plus the flood of fertilisers, pesticides and other chemicals, including human waste, into waterways. 

WHERE IS THIS HAPPENING? 

The world over. From North America’s Great Lakes and the Lake District in the UK to Lake Titicaca in South America, Ethiopia’s Lake Tana and even the planet’s most ancient and deepest body of water, Lake Baikal in Siberia. It's everywhere.