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Camille Kaczmar

Camille's diverse upbringing, spanning across three continents during her formative years, profoundly ignited her passion for conservation. After earning her BA in Environmental Science from UC Santa Barbara in 2014, she immersed herself in our planet's unique cultures and habitats, living and working in 25 different countries. Her global journey provided her with a fresh perspective on the damaging impact of plastic pollution on the environment, leading to her pursuit of a Divemaster certification in Indonesia. There she contributed to coral reef and mangrove forest restoration, conducted environmental education at local schools, and engaged in conservation efforts for turtles and manta rays.

Camille's extensive journey has instilled in her a relentless commitment to safeguarding wildlife and humanity from the detrimental impacts of plastic pollution. Her specialization is centered on combating marine plastic pollution by pioneering sustainable bioplastic alternatives. Embracing a forward-thinking approach to minimizing waste and optimizing resource utilization, she actively explores solutions within the realms of the circular economy and biomimicry, driving innovation toward a greener, more sustainable future.

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