Repurpose plastic to build community with Pete Abrams

A digital image of a floating island made of spherical blobs of plastic with greenery growing between each blog.

Are you concerned about the impact of plastic waste on our environment? Do you believe in innovative solutions to combat climate change and create sustainable living options? If so, we invite you to join us for our March Seasteading Social, where we will delve into the fascinating world of sustainable shelter systems built from waste plastic.

Date: March 26

Time: 5PM Pacific Daylight Time

Location: on Zoom

At this event, Pete Abrams, an innovator with a vision for a greener, more sustainable future, will share his plan to utilize waste plastic to construct floating sustainable shelter systems. He firmly believes that nature holds the key to efficient design, drawing inspiration from the intricate geometries found in bee hives and other natural structures.

The concept is simple yet profound: by repurposing waste plastic into functional structures, we can simultaneously address the urgent issue of plastic pollution while creating viable living spaces that support both human and ecological communities. Pete’s vision encompasses an entire ecosystem, where plants thrive alongside interconnected human communities, all supported by the innovative use of recycled plastic.

Pete’s approach offers a beacon of hope. With plastic waste reaching unprecedented levels and recycling options falling short, it’s time to explore alternative solutions that not only mitigate environmental damage but also foster resilience in the face of unpredictable climate patterns.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of the conversation and contribute to a more sustainable future. Register now to secure your spot at our March Seasteading Social and embark on a journey towards a greener, cleaner world.

We look forward to seeing you there!