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The Sense of Water. A journey from prehistoric times

Sevilla city, Spain

Water from springs, rivers, seas and oceans have been essential for the development and survival of human groups for thousands of years. These groups settled near water sources to use it as a resource, consume it, fish, cultivate or extract...

“ZERO” – New Life for Micro plastic Marine Litter

Virtual

Marine litter’s collection and transformation (include investigation and research, interactive design, outcome output)

Semaya, Nusa Penida beach cleanup by women seaweed farmers for World Oceans Day

Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia

For the second time in four years and its first since the Covid pandemic, IFF Global Seawed Sourcing and UD Rahmat Bahari jointly sponsored a beach cleanup by about 150 women seaweed farmers in Suana Village, Semaya, Nusa Penida Island, Bali...

Seaweed beach cleanup in Nusa Penida, Bali

Semaya, Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia

For the second time in four years and a first since the Covid pandemic, IFF Global Seawed Sourcing and UD Rahmat Bahari organized a beach cleanup by about 150 women seaweed farmers in Suana Village, Semaya, Nusa Penida Island, Bali, Indonesia...

Conversatorio – Soluciones comunitarias: estrategias para adaptarse a los cambios.

Virtual

En el marco de las celebraciones del Año Internacional de la Pesca y la Acuicultura Artesanales 2022 (IYAFA) y el Día Mundial de los Océanos, te invitamos a celebrar a través del conversatorio – “Soluciones comunitarias: estrategias...

Actions to Revitalize Our World’s Oceans

Webinar (register below)

 We will share the importance of education, science, research, sustainable travel, innovative technology, arts and design for thriving coastal communities to support the revitalization of our oceans with a focus on the UN 17 Sustainable...

44th Aniversary Cocos Island National Park

Museo del Jade SJO, CR

On June 22nd we celebrate the 44th anniversary of the creation of Cocos Island National Park (PNIC), a unique site of great importance for the conservation of endemic species and of tourist and academic interest. The PNIC was created in 1978...

Opportunities and challenges in small scale fishers & traceability

Virtual

Small scale and artisanal fisheries provide livelihoods part-or-full time for 60 million people globally, 40% of whom are women. According to new data assembled by an international research project, they generate some $77billion annually from...

CD OZEAN – OCEANO Jazzgitarrist HUGO FERNANDEZ

https://originarts.com/recordings/recording.php?TitleID=82848

Ozean is German for “ocean,” where life on Earth started and the pathways for forging cultural exchange and enrichment of civilization were navigated. The beauty, importance and fragility of the waterways were front-of-mind...

Sea Scotland Conference 2022: Scotland’s Place in the Global Ocean

Glasgow

For its 7th edition, the Sea Scotland Conference will take place in-person and online based at The Studio, Glasgow, on 15th and 16th  June 2022. The theme for this year is “Scotland’s Place in the Global Ocean” through which we will...

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Events worldwide marking World Oceans Day. Add your event and join the global community celebrating the ocean.

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