Croatia’s Gift to the World: Elimination of Plastic in Oceans

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The Ocean Alliance Conservation, OACM is the Organisation, Kristijan Curavić the man behind it, and the solution is how to rid world oceans of plastic and what is known as the SOS CPSMA system.

Croatia is a center of excellence in promoting water area protection. The man behind this is Kristijan Curavić, a former world record holder in deep scuba diving. He is also a high-ranking former world leader, former UN diplomat, and expert in the environmental and economic sectors.

Kristijan Curavić is leading the Ocean Alliance Conservation, OACM.

History of the Ocean Alliance Conservation

Before the idea of OACM, the conglomerate was an NGO initiated back in 2007 – 2008 under the name of GUWAA –  Global UnderWater Awareness Association, registered in Croatia (Mr Curavic’s country).

The official launch of the GUWAA’s first global program in the SEE region was in Monaco, after many years of organized ocean, lakes, and river cleanups. The GUWAA launched two projects:

The Speed Unit (Special Protection Ecology Environment Diving Unit) and the White Flag International. The first White Flag was an award for HSH Prince Albert ll of Monaco for his life work and achievement in the ocean conservation field. 


The White Flag was awarded by Mr Kristijan Curavic personally and in the later years became a White Flag tradition – awarding heads of state, presidents, prime ministers, and members of royal families who physically contributed to the effort of preserving world waters. 

Since 2013, White Flag has developed into the world’s first sustainable ocean preservation, protection, cleaning, and certification system.

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