During the voyage, Flipflopi stopped at several points, including the Kenyan coastal towns of Kipini, Malind and Mombasa, and communicated to the public what they could do to prevent the release of waste. toxic plastic.|The Marine Cleanup Campaign was launched in 2017 to urge governments, businesses and people around the world to stop using products that are the main source of marine litter – the tiny plastic particles in cosmetics. as well as abuse and waste of single-use plastic products by 2022. Every year, more than 8 million tons of plastic are dumped into the oceans, wreaking havoc on wildlife, affecting fisheries and marine tourism. , causing at least US$8 billion in damage to marine ecosystems.|Flipflopi plans to take its next journey to Kenya’s capital Nairobi, where Heads of State, Environment Ministers, environmental activists, innovators, NGOs and CEOs of Multinational companies will participate in the fourth United Nations Environment Conference – the world’s highest-level forum on the environment from March 11-15, 2019.