Stop Willow – Arctic Ocean Bracenet

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Jedes Bracenet ist ein Unikat mit Geschichte

Your one-of-a-kind piece made from fishing net.

Your contribution to saving the seas

Genuine craftsmanship.

SOLD OUT The Willow Project is a controversial oil exploration project in the pristine icy landscape of northern Alaska. It will include up to five drilling stations for a total of 250 oil wells, pipelines, roads and airfields and will produce up to 600 million barrels of oil. However, the project would have a huge impact on the local polar bears and Arctic wildlife, as well as the rightful owners of the land, the indigenous peoples of North America. According to various estimates, the project could release between 260 and 278 million tons of CO2 emissions over 30 years. This would accelerate man-made climate change.  


  • With BRACENET, we want to send a clear signal against this plan! We can still stop it.
  • For every “Stop Willow” Bracenet, 5€ will be donated to Earthjustice. Earthjustice filed a lawsuit on behalf of various conservation groups on March 15, 2023 to stop the massive Willow oil drilling project. Eartjustice is the most important non-profit organization for environmental law and is completely dependent on donations.
  • Sign this petition against the project.
  • We are writing a letter to Joe Biden on behalf of BRACENET and you!


  • The Stop Willow – Arctic Ocean Bracenet consists of three strands of old fishing nets
  • Polar polar bear stainless steel pendant to match the clasp
  • Dark blue (color & knots are from the real net!)
  • Stainless steel magnetic clasp with BRACENET logo (black or black with additional bayonet clasp)
  • Nickel-free, waterproof & rustproof
  • Unique and handmade upcycling statement from Hamburg
Join BRACENET in our fight for cleaner oceans! We create our sustainable bracelets from ghost nets that we have recovered from the seas – or from discarded fishing nets so that these won’t even end up at sea. Will you help us? SAVE THE SEAS, WEAR A NET.   Many thanks to our partners: