UN World Oceans Day 2021
The second virtual UN WOD event highlighted the biodiversity and economic opportunity that the ocean sustains and explored how to create sustainable and inclusive livelihoods, for the ocean and all who depend on it.
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These stories, resources and videos featured on this portal have been submitted by scholars, institutions, non-profits, community organisations, businesses and research bodies.
To submit for consideration, please use the form.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I add a resource?
Fill out our Registration Form.
Who can add a resource?
Anyone is welcome to contribute a resource to the United Nations World Oceans Day site! They will be screened by our team for any incomplete or inappropriate submissions.
Where will the resource be featured?
Resources will be featured on the Education page of the United Nations World Oceans Day website and filed according to type (resource / story / video) as well as category.
What do the categories signify?
The categories help sort the education materials for guests to the site depending on what people are looking for. Please select the categories you feel best suit the material you are sharing, you can select multiple.
Why do I not see my content on the website?
All submissions are subject to approval and may take up to a week to be processed.
How do I edit my content?
For revisions of or edits to featured content, please email [email protected]. If you would like to make more than one revision or edit, please completely resubmit your content using the registration form.
Are there any criteria for educational content?
Submissions should be complete, relate to the ocean or ocean affairs, not have a commercial motive and not violate United Nations values.
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Generous contribution of Oceanic Global made possible by La Mer
Organizational support by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO