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Bank of America

Ocean Conservancy is proud to recognize Bank of America as one of our most committed partners, providing support to cleanup partners around the world and activating their own employee cleanup events globally.

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Bank of America is a leading World Ocean Partner of the Cleanup, supporting our efforts toward a clean, healthy ocean since 2000 and becoming a Trash Free Seas Alliance® member in 2015. This multi-year financing commitment focuses on providing capital, along with significant intellectual capital, to develop solutions to climate change and other environmental challenges, including marine debris. In 2021, Bank of America made a 10-year, $1 trillion commitment to environmental transition as part of its Environmental Business Initiative. This is in addition to the $200 billion in low carbon, sustainable businesses financing it has already deployed since 2007, in support of clients’ environmental and sustainability goals.

“Ocean health is directly linked to climate change. For the past 21 years, we’ve teamed up with Ocean Conservancy and its International Coastal Cleanup to help make our waterways healthier and reduce debris on our shorelines and from entering the water. We are committed to finding solutions to this global issue as well as raise awareness through educational opportunities to our employees and local markets. We know it takes all of us working together to solve this issue and by collectively addressing it, we can together make a difference.” – Rich Brown, environmental program director, Bank of America

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