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'DON'T WASTE IT' travel exhibition is a cooperation between the environmental organization PLASTIC CHANGE & artist Lise Vestergaard

This information is for companies that consider sustainability and want to support that human beings are entitled to live in an environment free of plastic pollution - which means that future generations should be able to continue living off marine resources and eat plastic-free fish and shellfish.

Plastic production has exploded over the last 50 years, from 15 million tons in 1964 to 311 million tons in 2014, and is expected to be doubled over the next 20 years. It is time for a >>Plastic Change so also future generation can eat healthy fish from the sea.


You can help us make this change. The rent of this travel exhibition will support the fantastic, important and necessary work of Plastic Change e.g. information, documentation and practical measures. Besides this you will

support the movement by involving people in a life important issue - that concerns all of us. Information posters, and movie will supply the exhibition.


The tenant/company may inform about the donation to Plastic Change on their homepage, in social media, in reports and in correspondence. They may as well use the logo of Plastic Change in this context. Other uses of the logo require an agreement. The rent is set to minimum kr. 15.000 (ex. vat) for two month rent, the company can donate any choosen amount from here. To rent the exhibition please send an e-mail to Lise Vestergaard ( or to Louise Lerche Gredal mail: (, or use the form below, thank you. It is possible to get a presentation of the exhibition combined with the exhibition setup.


TITLE: 'Waiter - there is plastic in my soup...The world has five enormous plastic soups in the oceans - in the northern Pacific alone there is a plastic soup consisting of approx. 100,000 tons of plastic. The five plastic soups together has the size of Africa. Material used, singleused plastic found by the help from Greenkayak (Miljøkajakken). (Size 100x100 cm)

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TITLE: 'Girl by the sea...'

We need to get rid of the plastic in the sea so that future generations is able to continue living off marine resources and eat plastic-free fish and shellfish and enjoy living in a nature, play at a beach that is not polluted by plastic waste.

Material used, singleused plastic found by the help from Greenkayak (Miljøkajakken). (Size 90x90 cm)

TITLE: 'Take a chance...'
We still have a CHANCE to make a (plastic)-CHANGE. In 2050 the oceans might contain more plastic waste than fish by weight. Plastic Change is committed to reversing that trend. Act today. (Size 80x80 cm)

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TITLE: 'Back to nature...'
What do we leave behind for future generations? (Size 70x50 cm)

TITLE: 'Visitor...'

Human kind is curious by nature and wants to explore the world – as well as the universe. But instead of using an unbelievable amount of resources and money on the outer world, towards a human life on e.g. Mars, why not care for the world we live in - and spend the resources to improve

life here. (Size 90x90 cm)

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TITLE: 'Less is more...'
Less waste more nature. Installation on wall - 'missing piece'...

(Size 90x90 cm)

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A cooperation between PLASTIC CHANGE

& artist Lise Vestergaard

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