En el marco del Día Mundial de los Océanos 2020, la Dirección de Hidrografía y Navegación (DHN) de Perú, en su calidad de representante permanente ante la Comisión Oceanográfica Intergubernamental (COI) de la UNESCO, ha programado la realización de un seminario virtual que tendrá la participación de representantes del Instituto del Mar del Perú, Ministerio de Educación y DHN.
The Communication Center for the Oceans-CCOceanos is a series of LiveStream lectures presenting a variety of themes related to the oceans, connecting Portuguese-speaking countries and turning Portugal a hub of sharing up to date information in Portuguese language.
Atelier Teymur Rzayev First Digital Climate Change Art Show is a registered UN World Environment Day and World Oceans Day digital event that has been published by the World’s first climate change museum The Jockey Club Museum for Climate Change-Hong Kong: https://www.facebook.com/pinelogallery/posts/3031564323588846
Emerald Sea Divers will be partnering with the District of Sooke and going below the Rotary Pier Dock in Sooke, BC to retrieve lost crab traps and any marine debris found. Volunteers on hand will retrieve the gear from the divers, investigate the ghost gear and retrieve any ocean life on or in the gear. These creatures will be repatriated back to the sea while all the gear will be recycled if possible.
Este Jueves 4 de Junio estaremos conversando con tres mujeres que dedican su vida a Proteger, Explorar y Conservar los ambientes marinos.
Hablaremos con el programa marino SIN AZUL NO HAY VERDE sobre a creacion de Area Marinas Protegidas en Argentina como parte de la campaña global para llegar al objetivo de 30% de los océanos protegidos para el año 2030.
También estaremos conversando con UNPLASTIFY sobre nuestra relación con los plásticos y como reducir nuestra huella en el planeta.
Cada 8 de junio se celebra el Día Mundial de los Océanos, con el fin de reflexionar sobre el rol fundamental que éstos cumplen en nuestras vidas. Debido a la pandemia, siete organizaciones chilenas se han unido y reinventado virtualmente con una cartelera científica-cultural, que se transmitirá en vivo, y de forma gratuita, a través de Youtube. El objetivo: acercar el océano a nuestras casas de una forma dinámica y entretenida.
UN World Oceans Day 2020 is happening on June 8th and to celebrate it, we are hosting a webinar chat between Dr. Guy Stevens (CEO and co-founder of the Manta Trust) and Sarah Richard (founder of Girls That Scuba). Sarah is an avid scuba diver and passionate about marine conservation, she is also a patron of the Manta Trust. Sarah and Guy will be chatting all about how they got into marine conservation, their favourite underwater encounters, and how we can tie sustainable dive tourism and marine conservation together, followed by a short Q&A session.
Gaelin Rosenwaks of Global Ocean Exploration will join Rob Nelson (@untamedscience) and Jonas Stenstrom (@behindthescience) for a special World Oceans Day BioSketch Monday Instagram LIVE celebrating Sperm Whales on June 8th at 11:30 EDT. #BioSketch
Made in Carloforte affronta una problematica concreta e si sviluppa con l’intenzione di sensibilizzare due gruppi obbiettivo sul territorio dell’isola di San Pietro, “residenti” e “visitatori”, riguardo la sensibilizzazione nella gestione, l’abbandono e lo smaltimento dei rifiuti e del loro impatto sull’isola.
Mermaids! World Oceans Day is one week away and we have a horseshoe crabulous fabulous day planned! It’s a World Oceans Day Horseshoe Crab and Red Knot Learn-athon!!! We were given a grant from Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots and are partnering with our best friends at ReTurn the Favor NJ!!! We will have fun facts leading up to the event so stay tuned!!! Here’s our schedule:
World Oceans Day Horshoe Crab & Red Knot Learn-athon:
ONE OCEAN is an award-winning film directed by Anne de Carbuccia with music by Ludovico Einaudi. The film is a visual journey that takes viewers to twenty-six different locations to convey the message that during this epoch of significant human impact to the planet, everything is connected. From the warming of the planet to the burning forests in Siberia and the massive consumption of single-use plastics, all have direct and dire consequences for the Ocean.
Connecting the global dive and marine conservation industry, blue economy sectors and its community, ADEX PIXEL “Virtual” EXPO (#APE)brings together the world’s best dive influencers, thought leaders, industry key players – speakers and exhibitors, NGOs/NPOs, social enterprises from the global landscape on ONE platform through new monthly contents that entertains, educates, and engages.
A conversation with Dr. Zelinda Leão, a pioneer in the study of Brazilian reefs, Zélia Brito, the Head of Rocas Atoll Biological Researve, and an award-winning conservationist, MSc. Mariana Thevenin, oceanographer and founder of Oceano para Leigos and Johnny Lima, fisherman and Brazilian LTER site (PELD CCAL) collaborator, will be broadcast live on youtube.
UNU-IAS Operating Unit Ishikawa/Kanazawa (OUIK) in Japan will hold an online seminar ‘Noto’s Satoumi Seminar’ in commemoration of World Oceans Day, 6 June, as designated by the UN. Discussions will be centred around SDG 14 Life Below Water Target 1 – By 2025, prevent and significantly reduce marine pollution of all kinds, in particular from land-based activities, including marine debris and nutrient pollution.
Join us in this inspiring virtual conference space to learn more and exchange ideas about the most important issues today facing our oceans. The full day experience will include discussions, films , music and photography exhibitions about the world's oceans.
Presented by PangeaSeed Foundation and in partnership with Big Blue & You, join supporting ARTivist Taj Francis (Jamaica) and science communicator Danni Washington (USA) for an inspiring creative session about art and marine science.
Titled Change the Cycle, Taj's artwork is featured in Volume 7 of the Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans Creative Coloring Companion.
Presented by PangeaSeed Foundation and in partnership with Big Blue & You, join supporting ARTivist Jet Martinez (USA) and science communicator Danni Washington (USA) for an inspiring creative session about art and marine science.
In this special episode of Color With Me for the Sea in partnership with the Friends of UN World Oceans Day and Peace Boat US, we will talk about the importance of coral reefs to the health of our oceans and how innovations in technology and science can help us better protect these the most biodiverse ecosystem on the planet.
The virtual photography exhibition “Women in Oceanography” is an initiative of the group that develops the Outreach & Education Project called Dive into Science USP, which encourages the insertion of elementary school girls into Science, and shows the importance of Science in our daily life and for the country’s development..
The UNA Vancouver and the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup are proud to have teamed up for our 3rd annual World Oceans Day event. We are bringing this year’s event right to your home -- We will be hosting an ONLINE panel discussion as we celebrate Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean.
SeaAhead and Peace Boat US are working together to host two Ocean Innovation 'Free Swims' (June 2 and 9) during UN World Oceans Week 2020. The theme this year is "Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean." We'll hear from sustainable seafood innovators and talk about efforts to decarbonize the shipping industry. And we'll of course leave time for the networking sessions that our Free Swims have become known for.
'Free Swims' are open forums that allow ocean innovators to connect, exchange strategies and resources, get support, and share challenges.
Join RRS to explore plastic neutrality, an exciting concept in packaging sustainability that centers around measuring, reducing, and offsetting brands’ unique plastic footprints. Learn how plastic credits work, why brands find them valuable, and how they can be effective in alleviating our ocean plastic epidemic.
During UN World Oceans Week, we’ll celebrate our love for the ocean & those fighting to save it. Explore cutting-edge technologies, and learn how to participate in ocean research and activism - even while at home.
Organized by Overview Collective & Garage Stories in partnership with the Peace Boat US & Friends of UN World Oceans Day.
Sustainable Blue Economy: new paradigm of action with emphasis on the Northwest of Mexico
The blue economy concept developed by Gunter Pauli, is understood as "taking advantage of the natural ecosystem to increase the efficiency of production of goods and services, copying the natural models of the ecosystem, and always putting respect for the environment first".
Sailing for Change in Oceans Week – Peace Boat’s Ocean Youth Leaders
Peace Boat’s youth leaders who are change-makers in their own communities are invited onboard Peace Boat’s ship through its youth programs where they learn from guest educators on board the ship and from different organizations in the countries the ship visits. These youth leaders are all actively working to protect our ocean, many on small island states that are dependent on the ocean and which are on the front lines of the climate crisis.
Deep Sea Exploration and Stewardship with Dr. Diva Amon, Ms. Julie Packard, Prof. Lisa Levin, Dr. Carlie Wiener, & Dr. Lucy Woodall
The deep ocean is Earth’s final frontier, which we are exploring more than ever and in new and innovative ways. But with anthropogenic pressures increasing, will our exploration ultimately light the way or feed the fire?Join Sustainable Ocean Alliance, DOSI and some of the leading female expert voices in this very special event.
For World Oceans Day, Cafeteria Culture is excited to host a free family screening of our award winning movie, MICROPLASTIC MADNESS (76 minutes). Be inspired by Brooklyn youth to take plastic free action! This virtual (simultaneous) screening will be followed by a Q+A with ecotoxicologist, Dr. Chelsea Rochman, PhD, who is featured in the movie, and the movie's co-directors, Atsuko Quirk and Debby Lee Cohen.
This conference is a joint initiative of the Team Europe in Mauritius (Delegation of the European to the Republic of Mauritius and to the Republic of Seychelles, French Embassy in Mauritius, Agence Française de Développement, Antenne de la Région Réunion à Maurice)
Social media campaign, co-ordinated by IIM (Marine Research Institute - CSIC) and ICM (Institut de Ciències del Mar-CSIC), to promote artistic expression in relation to the World Oceans Day and the current health emergency situation with the hashtag #ArelaDeMar (Galician) and its translations to other Iberian languages such as #AnhelDeMar (Catalan), #AnheloDeMar (Spanish), #AnseioDeMar (Portuguese) or #ItsasIrrika (Basque). The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the importance of the ocean and, specifically, the conservation of it
Quarantine Quilts is a virtual community quilt. Explore the oceans through sound and images while you make your quilt, and chat with artist Susan Israel about using art for oceans advocacy and education. When you are finished, upload your quilt to be part of the Quarantine Quilts project!
The purpose of Oceans Week Victoria is to foster connection and engagement within the community by providing a platform to support ocean-inspired events on southern Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. We help facilitate and promote inclusive and accessible community events, with a focus on education, conservation, and fun! Due to COVID-19 social distancing measures across BC, Oceans Week Victoria 2020 will be hosted virtually!
A través de un panel virtual, un grupo de jóvenes entre los 17 y 25 años expondrán sus puntos de vista sobre la situación actual de los mares locales y su visión de solución a corto, mediano y largo plazo. Una charla necesaria pues poco se discute sobre el tema sabiendo que hay mucho que decir. Lo mejor es que es una charla entre jóvenes, los futuros manejadores del recurso. Algunos temas a tratar son: Innovación en la pesca, innovación en turismo local, innovación en manejo de residuos sólidos entre otros.
En el marco del Día Mundial de los Océanos 2020, ELEMENTUM junto un grupo de artistas locales hacen una atenta invitación a la "Exposición Pictórica Virtual de Artistas del Caribe Mexicano". Una mezcla de ideas y sentimientos encausados hacia la conservación de nuestros recursos. La sensibilidad de los artistas se manifiesta en sus obras y es fuente de inspiración para otras personas.
La exhibición en video se proyectará también por las redes sociales de ELEMENTUM y su página oficial www.elementum-qroo.com
In celebration of World Oceans Week, FutureFrogmen.org invites you to a virtual event. Hear brief presentations from Masters and PhD students, and panel Q&A regarding the impact of climate change on particular marine species. June 10 @ noon EDT U.S.
FutureFrogmen.org invites you to a virtual event. Hear brief elevator pitches (presentations) from Southern Connecticut State University undergrads, and panel Q&A regarding the students' early stage Blue Economy business ideas associated with the use of Kelp.
SeaAhead and Peace Boat are working together to host two Ocean Innovation 'Free Swims' during UN World Oceans Week 2020
About this Event
'Free Swims' are open forums that allow ocean innovators to connect, exchange strategies and resources, get support, and share challenges. This is an opportunity to break out into smaller discussion groups, allowing you to connect with peers and strengthen relationships.
SOA Peru Hub Leader Daniel Caceres, Roberto from Restore Coral in Mexico, Emily Tewes from SOA and Emilie McGlone from Peace Boat US will discuss youth action and the blue economy in Latin and South America. Webinar in Spanish.
The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in our lifetimes. It is estimated that the pandemic may generate a decline of world trade by a third this year. The Blue economy accounts for about 3.5 to 7 per cent of global GDP. Blue economy sectors, such as coastal and maritime tourism, fisheries and seafood production, maritime transport and logistics are being heavily affected.
Marine scientists from the UK and South Africa will share their journeys of increasing depth. Featuring exciting imagery from the deep ocean, scientists will share their experience of deep water ecosystems, explain their importance from a scientific perspective, as well as for the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
This roundtable will bring together marine scientists, social scientists and legal researchers who have experience in contributing to UN policy processes on the ocean. Researchers will share their personal stories of how they became involved in UN negotiations and what they have learnt about how to provide the "science that's needed" to international policy-makers.
Rising Waters is a global art project that helps people understand the impacts of flooding from sea level rise and storms due to climate change. In Workshop 2, Share Results, we will share out the renderings of installations planned in Workshop 1: Learn How, where participants learned how to make a Rising Waters installation or selfie and created a digital sketch. Attend either or both workshops to learn more about sea level rise calculations and art advocacy.
Workshop 1: June 9, Workshop 2: June 12 2020. Come to one or both at noon EDT.
Let's face it: Our world is not dedicating enough money to solving the rapid degradation of our oceans today. For an ecosystem that covers 70 percent of the planet and absorbs more than 90 percent of planetary warming caused by human activity since 1970, ocean conservation has only recently entered the global public dialogue.
Schools and youth organizations, join us for a free virtual screening of the award winning documentary, MICROPLASTIC MADNESS, followed by a Q+A with the movie's student heroes and the directors. Be inspired to take action for World Oceans Day!
Climate change by definition is a global process, but its impacts play out at local scales. Join us for a dynamic discussion with an interdisciplinary team of scientists, educators, architects, psychologists, and artists who will share cutting edge technologies and breathtaking visuals that help us understand our connections to the ocean through our local environment.
David Sittenfeld, Moderator
Museum of Science Boston
As part of our efforts to restore and protect our oceans and fulfil the objectives of SDG 14, ocean governance regimes aim to prevent illegal activity while enabling a variety of ocean uses and investments.
Academic researchers will discuss the value, difficulties and process of developing shared language and approaches to integrate many sources of traditional and contemporary knowledge, including that of fisherfolk, with a view to developing enduring solutions to ocean challenges.
Rising Waters is a global art project that helps people understand the impacts of flooding from sea level rise and storms due to climate change. In Workshop 1, Learn How to make a Rising Waters installation and create a digital sketch. Tuesday, June 9th.
In Workshop 2, Share Results, share and see digital renderings of planned installations and Rising Waters Selfies.
Learn How: Tuesday, June 9th. Share Results: Friday June 12th.
This event will feature an open conversation about how children engage in ocean sustainability. It will provide a forum to exchange good practices in children-focused ocean literacy and its impacts on children’s contributions to ocean sustainability.
The African Marine Environment Sustainability Initiative (AFMESI) cordially invites you and your organization to our 2nd Symposium on Ocean Noise. This Symposium was to be held on World Ocean Day, June 8, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event has been moved to November 6, 2020 and it is being organised in support of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. We hope to see you there.
This event will offer an opportunity todiscuss how different international actors and national governments are engaging with the blue economy in what ways they expect the blue economy to contribute to the realization of the SDGs.
The interplay between law and the customs, fishing practices and collective rights of Indigenous peoples has shaped and continues to shape national and international approaches to the conservation and sustainable use of the ocean.
Art, in all its forms, has an important role to play in global decisions about integrated and inclusive ocean governance. Creative practices offer opportunities to share multiple conceptions and values of the sea, providing an outlet for the views of groups that are often under-represented in conventional approaches to ocean science and management.
There are many reasons to believe the ocean is the next economic frontier. Innovative ideas and cutting-edge technologies are enabling the development of industry solutions and spurring new economic activity in the ocean, reimagining traditional maritime industries and fostering emerging ones. To help meet the growing global demand for more protein, more energy, the ability to move our goods, and other expanded commercial opportunities, we can look to the ocean.
Since 2012 The Economist Group’s annual World Ocean Summit & Expo has been the premier global event at which Heads of State, government ministers, CEOs and board directors, civil society, the finance community and scientists gather for a full and frank discussion to accelerate a sustainable ocean economy.
the 8th annual World Ocean Summit & Expo will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on March 2nd-4th 2021.
This is an open invitation for all young artists around the world to help us celebrate awareness and action for our ocean this World Oceans Day through art! All artists under 18 or in their final year of high school are welcome to submit ocean-related works of any medium. Please share images of artwork at the form below.
Create2030 is collaborating with FXB USA on a digital storytelling initiative with young climate activists to produce short social media stories in support of World Ocean's Day. Led by Emmy-award winning filmmaker and Create2030 Founder, Lisa Russell, the short videos will be produced as love letters to our oceans and shared with partnering organizations.
In recognition of UN World Oceans Day 2020, we are delighted to invite you to join us for a webinar ‘Investing in innovation and blue nature’. The webinar, co-hosted by Credit Suisse, Ocean Unite, Responsible Investor and the EU Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries will explore the initiatives supporting the ambition of protecting 30% of the Ocean by 2030.
Our project aims to create an open source software that will photo-identify individual mako sharks in the Mexican Pacific by using AI and machine learning technologies, thus shaping a more efficient process to estimate population parameters, resulting in better marine conservation policies for this highly migratory and endangered shark species.
Relais & Châteaux and UN World Oceans Day are co-hosting an Instagram Live cooking series in partnership with Ethic Ocean and Oceanic Global to promote ethical sea- and plant-based meals.
Starting Wednesday May 6th, six of the world's top chefs will take to their home kitchens to show you how to make a delicious and sustainable dish. They'll answer your burning questions about how to know if a fish, crustacean, mollusk, seaweed or whatever else they feature is sustainable.
Over the next days, weeks, and months eOceans is helping scientists create a heat map of global ocean activities to document how it changes as we respond to COVID-19. Kind of like Strava’s heatmap of biking and running, but for the ocean.
Then, they'll compare these activities to all sorts of wildlife interactions to better understand the impact of humans on ocean wildlife and ecosystems.
If you’re self-distancing by the ocean or exploring the ocean you can help!
World Ocean Day Challenge 2020 presented by VANAV360 and Watersports Denmark is an international virtual challenge kick-started in Denmark to launch the world-wide virtual challenge on June 8 on the UN’s official day – The World Ocean Day where all profits go to donation to GreenKayak that has kayaks provide free kayaks different places around the world for people to collect the trash in the water.
HIRED Consult is a youth-led social enterprise with expertise in management and consultancy. We focus on most critical needs, problems and create opportunities through strategy, operations, transformation, and digital delivery across board.
La Maison de l'environnement de la ville de Nice, accueille l'exposition réalisée par l'association Expédition MED "Océans plastifiés" à partir du 17 septembre 2019 jusqu'au 17 décembre 2019.
Une exposition pour sensibiliser petits et grands aux ravages du plastique dans les océans.
Chesapeake Bay Research and Management: Progress and Future Challenges
The Chesapeake Research Consortium / Chesapeake Community Modeling Program (CCMP) seeks to improve observational and modeling tools specific to the Chesapeake Bay and its surrounding environment by fostering collaborative, open source research. The purpose of the seventh biennial Chesapeake Community Research Symposium is to identify and showcase existing observational and modeling research efforts and decision support tools using data.
Women and the Ocean - that is the fitting focus of World Ocean Day this year. It reminds us that probably 50% of workers along the fish value chain are women - but data are for the most part missing except for some case studies - one of the many things to change for healthy oceans, prosperious and sustainable fisheries and respectful conditions ensured for women, men and ocean life. Brussels kicked off again the series of events by Mundus maris and its partners on three continents to celebrate World Ocean's Day.
Naipunnya School of Management celebrated World Oceans Day in collaboration with UNDP Ocean Action Hub. As part of the celebrations Fr. George Mavumkoottathil inaugurated the event by giving a message on ocean conservation for future generations as well as contemporary world. Students from the college under the 'Ocean Action Hub' club actively participated in the cleaning activities on the shores of Arabian Sea in Andhakaranazhi beach area.
Grand Palladium and TRS hotels in Mexico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Brazil will be supporting the International Ocean Day with different educational and sports activities for their guest, aligned with their environmental responsibility.
World Ocean - a show dedicated to illuminating the intricate circuit of music from around the world. With influences ranging from folk to tribal, jazz to electronic, classical to alternative, these eclectic mixes bring forth a global sound of soulful, genre-hopping music that unites across borders.
World Ocean - is a monthly radio show dedicated to illuminating the intricate circuit of music from around the world. With influences ranging from tropical to tribal, jazz to electronic, classical to avant-garde, these eclectic mixes bring forth a global sound of soulful, genre-hopping music that unites across borders.
On World Oceans Day, we're doing a 6 hour broadcast of the show and featuring new music inspired by the ocean.
This event focused on sensitizing primary school students to the importance of mangroves to the environment.
The lecture was given by the teachers of ESCMC and technicians of the Provincial Direction of Inland Sea and Fisheries of Zambézia (DPMAIP-Z).
The event was attended by more than 80 students, teachers, service agents and the representatives of DPMAIP-Z and teachers of the ESCMC.
When it comes to the environment, it can be a challenge for us to go beyond education, through to engagement, all the way to advocacy. Join us for this dynamic, collaborative workshop session where you will experience a new set of tools: first as a participant, then as a leader.
In 2009 we were in Copenhagen for COP15, representing science centres and museums in the fight against climate change. Ten years later, we find ourselves back in the same city. And this time, it’s for crisis talks. The IPCC’s latest report was crystal clear: cut carbon emissions as much as possible and as fast as possible, to mitigate the effects of climate change. What concrete action can we, as science engagement organisations, take now to rise to this challenge?
Quand les élèves deviennent critiques littéraires...
Les classes ont participé à cette 13ème édition du Prix Littéraire Planète Bleue Nausicaá et ont voté pour leur livre préféré. Quel ouvrage remportera le Prix Littéraire Planète Bleue Nausicaá jeunesse parmi la sélection ?
Assistez au quizz littéraire lors de la remise des Prix pour découvrir le gagnant.
Ce spectacle proposé par la section "ART DANSE" du Lycée Giraux Sannier de Saint-Martin-Boulogne, est un projet d'année pluridisciplinaire : sport, SVT et Français. Des jeux ont été créés, des textes sur les espèces et la préservation de l'Océan on été écrits et interprétés en danse. Le 7 juin, les scolaires seront accueillis à 9h30 à l'entrée de Nausicaá par les danseurs qu'ils retrouveront tout au long de leur visite.
Seuls ou en groupe, quel que soit l'endroit où ils habitent, au bord de la mer ou loin de la mer, ils ont mis en images leurs messages en réalisant un clip de 2 minutes et nous les ont envoyés. le jury composé d'un membre de la Communauté d'Agglomération du Boulonnais, d'un membre du Parc naturel marin des estuaires picards et de la mer d'Opale, d'un membre du service Médiation Education de Nausicaá et d'un professionnel de l'image s'est réuni et à voté!
This plogging challenge (running and cleaning up) aims at raising awareness on marine and land litter, focussing on what runners and sport persons could do to help our ocean. The event is located in a strategic running passage, where the marine association Deep Seas, together with many environmental association, the Council of Reggio Calabria and the Italian Association for Sports (ASI) is going to involve people of the Run For the Ocean campaign by runtastic, Adidas and Parley for the Oceans.
Join SZ Green Drinks & FEC & Yoga Sadhana’s World Ocean Celebration event on the 8th of June.
在6月8日，加入由我们深圳Green Drinks , FEC & Yoga Sadhana 行瑜伽联合举办的世界海洋日特别活动吧！
World Oceans Day is a global event of celebration and collaboration for a better future for all ocean life. We will be travelling to Dalajia Island on a mission: Clean up the beach, leave no trace and have a good time by the sea. Please join us!
Surtout connu sous le nom de Fred, Fred Courant est le rédacteur en chef et présentateur des émissions du site Internet l'esprit sorcier.org. Il sera présent pour vous parler de son métier et répondre aux questions des élèves.
Quand les élèves prennent la parole pour raconter leur action citoyenne sur la thématique "pollution plastique"...
Guidés par un animateur, les élèves auront 5 minutes pour présenter leur action citoyenne devant les autres classes inscrites. L'écran géant pourra diffuser les photos et clips vidéos pour illustrer les projets. A l'issue des présentations, les élèves se verront remettre le diplôme du "Citoyen de l'Océan".
Join us outside the Maritime Museum and Aquarium to hear about how the new aquarium is going to look like, try out how to culture corals and meet some animals from the Swedish west coast in our mobile touch tank!
Este 8 de junio nos unimos a millones de personas alrededor del planeta para celebrar el Día Mundial de los Océanos #WorldOceansDay
Únete a esta celebración global y pon tu granito de arena para que juntos podamos conservar y proteger nuestros océanos 🌎
Gothenburg Marine Biological Laboratory will celebrate World Oceans Day 2019 with an Open Lab event. Visitors are welcome to vsist the lab, do experiments, ask questions about the marine Environment and to take part in citizen science and help researchers to look for marine invasive species.
L’Assemblée Générale des Nations unies en 2008 a désigné chaque 8 juin : « Journée mondiale de l'océan ». Cette journée vise notamment à mobiliser et unir les populations du monde entier sur un projet de gestion durable des océans. Il s'agit enfin de rendre hommage à leur beauté et à leur richesse.
On Thursday, the 6th of June, Oceana is opening a photo-exposition “Discover the hidden North Sea” on the Museumsquare in Amsterdam.
The outdoor exhibition, on display until 24rd of June, reveals the hidden gems of the North Sea that Oceana documented during its two recent expeditions. Through this action, the largest ocean protection organisation aims to make Dutch audience aware of the beauty of the North Sea and the urgency to protect its vulnerable biodiversity.
Please join us for an experiential event exploring inclusive ocean impact as part of UN Oceans Week! Central will be the art of film and storytelling in promoting sustainable ocean solutions. This special Sundowner brings together social innovators, solutionists and environmental creative activists. Special guests include Hinano Teavai Murphy, Christian Vanizette, Kiran Jandu, Lynn Zebeda, Sebastian Lindstrom, Daniela Fernandez and grammy award winner Kenny Young.
This Thursday, we'll be hosting a beach cleanup at Democrat Point in Robert Moses! All are welcome!
We all enjoy Long Island's incredible beaches in the Summer, so why not help keep them clean! If you're a fisher, surfer, or just a local who cares - stop by and lend a hand! Let's set an example to leave no trace this Summer.
How to get there:
If you have a beach access pass for a 4WD vehicle, feel free to drive on and meet us on the ocean-side as far west as you're allowed.
Mundus maris te invita a participar de la III Jornada Día Mundial de los Océanos, que tendrá lugar el viernes 7 de junio a las 13 horas en el Auditorio Urquiza de la Universidad de Belgrano (Zabala y Villanueva), Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
Que connaissez-vous de la biodiversité du large de la Méditerranée Occidentale ? De son fonctionnement ? De ce qui la menace ? Céline Arnal, Directrice et Fondatrice de Cybelle Planète, Responsable des programmes en Mer Méditerranée, viendra vous présenter les actions menées notamment par l’association Cybelle Planète pour protéger la faune et la flore méditerranéenne.
The Barbados World Oceans Day event will take place on Saturday 8th June from 9-11am at Copacabana.
It will be a free educational morning event where we will use art to share the importance of the ocean, threats facing the ocean and how we can collaborate to protect life below water. We will also highlight a few young women working in the Blue Space.
Finalement, que sait-on aujourd’hui des hippocampes de nos côtes, de nos lagunes ? Que comprend-on désormais de leur écologie, de leur mode de vie, de leur vulnérabilité ? Faut-il les protéger ? Comment Agir ?
A travers la présentation de Patrick LOUISY, participez au débat afin de faire naître de ces échanges une action nécessairement collective, notamment sur la préservation de la lignée génétique de l’hippocampe du bassin de Thau.
SYNOPSIS : Suivez l’évolution, au fil des saisons, d’une rivière singulière du Sud de la France, la Vis.
Découvrez ce biotope unique en vivant les expériences d’une truitelle tout au long de sa première année de vie. Suivez-là dans la découverte de son environnement au gré de ses rencontres et de son apprentissage de la vie par l’observation de ses congénères…
Fauna & Flora International’s Coastal & Marine Conservation Project, Cambodia’s Fisheries Administration, Kuda Divers and the Song Saa Foundation are proud to be collaborating in the celebration of World Ocean’s Day “Gender & Oceans” on June 7th-8th 2019 in Koh Rong and Koh Sdach.
We’ve teamed up with Oceanic Global to co-host a Twitter chat discussing how travelers can take everyday action to protect our oceans. We’ll be sharing helpful resources, answering your questions on ocean conservation, and brainstorming how to keep the #WorldOceansDay spirit alive all year long.
Join us from 1-2pm EST on Wednesday, June 5th
#World Oceans Day #ThisIsSustainable #OurChoicesMatter
Location: IFC Center, 323 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY 10014
Join us for a special NYC sneak preview of the award-winning feature documentary, Ghost Fleet, on Thursday, June 6 at 7:30pm. The film will open the following night, June 7 at the IFC Center, and at theaters around the country.
Dates: Ongoing throughout the week from Monday, June 3rd - Thursday, June 6th.
Location: Explorer's Club, 46 E 70th St, New York, NY 10021
Description: The Explorers Club is honored to host our third annual World Oceans Week presented by Rolex.This year, discussion will focus around the the theme of 2019 UN WOD, "Gender & Oceans". There will also be ocean-themed art exhibitions setup throughout the week to further provoke an investigation of the issues impacting our ocean.
Location: Coney Island Park, Kaiser Park, 2529 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
Description: The NYC Aquarium (WCS) is hosting a cleanup at Coney Island Park at Kaiser Park to kick off the activities of World Oceans Week. We'll learn about local marine wildlife and see the positive impact we can make when we work together to care for our coastal and ocean backyard.
Come celebrate World Oceans Day with Impact Travel NYC! Join us for an intimate discussion on how ocean conservation is taking place right in the heart of New York City. We'll be hosting a pre-World Ocean’s Day Happy Hour on Friday, June 7th at Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grillin DUMBO, Brooklyn.
Un oceano nel cuore di Milano: MSC Marine Stewardship Council - organizzazione internazionale non-profit che ha come mission quella di mantenere gli oceani pieni di vita oggi, domani e per le generazioni future - nella settimana del World Oceans Day presenta «Immergiti nel blu» e trasforma le Colonne di San Lorenzo, nel cuore del centro storico di Milano, in un grande mare blu.
As to celebrate the World Ocean Day on the 8th of June, Planet Ocean Montpellier offers to its visitors a new point of view on preservation from the 4th to the 10th of June !
In order to raise awareness among young and old alike on the vital role of the Ocean, a unique program was put in place. During a visit in daytime or a conference in the evening, experience an unforgettable initiation !
World Oceans Day 2019 falls in the middle of the 18th World Meteorological Congress, the World Meteorological Organisation’s major decision-making conference held every 4 years held at the Centre International de Conventions in Geneva. This year, oceans feature strongly on the Congress Agenda, as do gender perspectives; so it is an opportunity to weave the World Oceans Day theme throughout the session, raising awareness of inclusive approaches to working with our oceans to WMO’s 193 members.
Dans le cadre de la journée mondiale de l'océan, et plus particulièrement des conditions de travail des femmes dans la pêche, il serait pertinent :
* en préambule, de rappeller que l'égalité des sexes et l'autonomisation des femmes et filles est un droit fondamental. Ils sont exigibles de l'Etat et la mise en oeuvre suppose une prestation continue de celui çi.
* de promouvoir l'égalité des sexes dans cadre du travail de l'océan
* de mettre en évidence les conséquences sur le femmes transformatrices, de l'implantation des usines de farines de poissons
Née en Tunisie d’une initiative de la société civile et partagée par quelques passionnés du sujet maritime, la Saison Bleue vise à rassembler de juin à septembre, sous un même label, près de 200 initiatives et manifestations mettant en valeur l’exceptionnel potentiel maritime de la Tunisie.
La Saison Bleue propose en trois mois un véritable circuit culturel, scientifique, économique, touristique, qui s’adressera directement à un public estimé à 2 voire 3 millions de personnes.
On May 31, Peace Boat’s Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassadors will visit Ponta Delgada, in the Azores Islands, an archipelago in the mid-Atlantic. They will be welcomed by professors, researchers and students of the University of Azores specialising in marine biology, marine botany, and ecology. Meeting onboard Peace Boat’s ship, there will be an opportunity for the youth to exchange experiences and discuss with local students the impact of climate change on the Azores islands and their own islands.
On May 28, Peace Boat’s Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassadors will take part in a series of activities co-organized by Atlas for Development, SDG Youth Morocco and 2063 Academy with support from the Moroccan government which hosted the UN Climate Negotiations (COP22) in 2016. The highlight of the day will be a High-Level Panel on Climate Change and the SDGs held onboard Peace Boat’s vessel with representatives from the Moroccan government, civil society and diplomatic Ambassadors as well as youth leaders from Morocco together with the youth from the island states.
After docking in Motril on May 27, Peace Boat’s Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassadors will travel to Granada to take part in a public event at the Hospital Real organised by Comunidad Universitaria y Asociaciones Solidarias de Granada. The youth will share how the climate crisis is impacting their island communities. They will also introduce the activities that will take place in New York City to celebrate World Oceans Day.
To celebrate World Oceans Day, Peace Boat will start the third edition of the Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassadors Programme in Malta on May 24. The group of youth from the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the Caribbean will board the ship in Valletta. The youth will visit the University of Malta to meet students and professors for an interactive session covering various aspects of climate and ocean governance best practice. They will focus on ocean and climate literacy, marine litter, climate ocean nexus, awareness building among children and the youth.
How can you think the Ocean in the light of a woman's life, work and happiness?
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Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong (“OPCFHK”) will celebrate the annual No Straw Day at Ocean Park on 8 June - World Oceans Day! Explore interesting game booths and interactive activities which will teach you about the dangers of single-use plastic, with a chance to win special offers and a charming metal pin as prizes! There is no way to overstate the urgency of protecting nature and biodiversity. OPCFHK encourages everyone to practice green-living, starts from saying "NO!" to straws!
Just like in the previous edition, our goal is to spread and share knowledge about marine environments and marine protection issues, as well as the exchange of information among users of different seas and marine oriented regions.
Through their participation we hope to involve youth of different natural and cultural heritage to share their views on marine issues in a creative way. All works submitted will be reviewed by a panel of International Judges.
A l’initiative de l’Accord RAMOGE, avec son partenaire le Centre Permanent d’Initiatives pour l’Environnement Iles de Lérins et Pays d’Azur (CPIE), et de la Ville de Cannes, une journée de sensibilisation « Du littoral aux abysses » se tiendra le 8 juin à Cannes, à l’occasion de la journée mondiale des Océans. Cet évènement permettra de sensibiliser le grand public à la beauté et à la fragilité du monde sous-marin.
"Vers une consommation durable des ressources de la mer : le rôle de la science et des chefs en tant qu'acteurs du changement. L'expérience des femmes pour une gastronomie saine, raisonnée et innovante."
Animée par : Estérelle Payany
18h00 | Cocktail océan durable
par l'Equipage des cuisiniers de la mer & les lauréats du Concours Olivier Roellinger
Come out to Siesta Key Beach on June 8 for our World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup! Beach.com is partnering with Sarasota Country to host the cleanup along with free beach yoga before the cleanup. We will be giving out T-shirts to the first 50 volunteers and providing all cleanup supplies, along with hosting a raffle after the cleanup with prizes donated from local businesses.
Eau-dacité Waterway Festival is an immersive initiative that will celebrate the local and national waterways and marine spaces. Art and culture will be used to explore the theme of “what our waterways mean to Montréalers”. This project will be targeted to all segments of the population, with a special effort to include minorities and underrepresented people in environmental sustainability fora.
Nous vous invitons à un weekend événement - du 7 au 9 juin prochain - à l’occasion du World Oceans Day. C’est une belle opportunité pour nous tous, petits et grands, d’être sensibilisés à la préservation du milieu marin et informés sur les conséquences du changement climatique sur les océans.
The readership of limnology- and oceanography-related English Wikipedia articles is large, with over 100,000 collective article views per day for aquatic-related articles. However, many pages remain in poor condition, especially biography articles for women oceanographers. Due to common biases, only about 18% of Wikipedia biographies are of women and we would like to combat that. Join us for this edit-a-thon as we improve and create Wikipedia articles for women oceanographers.
The theme for World Oceans Day 2019 is ‘Together we can protect and restore our ocean’. In conjunction with the event, Brunei will be seeing a number of initiatives driven to create awareness on plastic pollution. The Department of Environment, Parks and Recreation has recently launched a No Plastic Day Everyday campaign during Earth Day 2019 and a promotional video has been made to spread this awareness. There are also many social enterprises and NGOs pressing for similar issues.
Our event is aimed at learning the principles of Ocean Literacy by means of a fieldwork activity on the small beach of a Natura 2000 protected area (coastal wetland) at the extreme Northern corner of the Mediterranean Sea.
A group of 7th grade students will make observations on natural and man-made features, discovering landscape evolution in the last century in an area affected by remediation and then returning to wilderness.
Harnessing the Power of People to Fight Ocean Trash
The International Coastal Cleanup began more than 30 years ago, when communities rallied together with the common goal of collecting and documenting the trash littering their coastline. The movement was catalyzed by the passion and spirit of two committed individuals. Back in 1986, Linda Maraniss moved to Texas from Washington, DC, where she had been working for Ocean Conservancy.
A Beach Road cleanup drive has been planned for collection of plastic waste from Forest Building – GITAM College, Visakhapatnam, India . It is estimated an amount of 1.8 tons plastic waste and glass bottles would be 4 tons. We invite students and youths to volunteer with us.
Interested people are welcome to join us. Students / youths are requested to participate in the programme and share it with your friends.
Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flander Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) organizes three sessions of Pint of Science in its hometown Ostend (Belgium). On each of the three evenings of 20, 21 and 22 May, two marine scientists are invited to a bar in the neighborhood to inform the public about the latest news about their research. And all this in a casual, cozy atmosphere.
Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flander Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) organizes three sessions of Pint of Science in its hometown Ostend (Belgium). On each of the three evenings of 20, 21 and 22 May, two marine scientists are invited to a bar in the neighborhood to inform the public about the latest news about their research. And all this in a casual, cozy atmosphere.
Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) organizes three sessions of Pint of Science in its hometown Ostend (Belgium). On each of the three evenings of 20, 21 and 22 May, two marine scientists are invited to a barin the neighborhood to inform the public about the latest news about their research. And all this in a casual, cozy atmosphere.
One Planet One Future will open a new exhibition on June 3, 2019 called Water at Dusk in celebration of our oceans. The exhibition will run through June 29, 2019. Leading environmental artist, Anne de Carbuccia, aims to draw attention to the planet and the current environmental crisis through her art work that includes oceans, endangered species and environments. She also will debut her short documentary film, ONE OCEAN, in New York during this exhibition.
Ocean Data can generate huge business value, and improve the environment; when it is easy to find, understand, and use by millions for whom it was never intended. Data creates value when it is utilized and it is the purpose of the Ocean Data Alliance to radically increase the utility of ocean data by magnifying the audience that can use it.
To celebrate World Oceans Day, Peace Boat is organizing the third edition of the Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassadors Programme from May 24 to June 8, 2019. Young leaders from the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Caribbean who are active on issues related to climate change and ocean degradation will travel from Valletta (Malta) to New York (United States) with stops and activities in Motril and Granada (Spain), Tangiers (Morocco) and Ponta Delgada (Portugal). The group will board in Malta which organized the Our Conference in 2017. They also will visit Morocco which hosted COP22 in 2016.
Peace Boat, an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations and in partnership with the UN SDG Action Campaign, has carried out global educational and advocacy voyages for peace and sustainability since 1983. Peace Boat is a core member of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). Peace Boat is now developing the Ecoship, enabling the reduction of CO2 emissions by 40%, achieving zero SOx and NOx emissions, and recycling 100% of its water and waste.
The all-round watersports competition held in February since 2002, the Master of the Ocean, has organized a festival for the community to include the children from local foundations and provide them with surfing and swimming lessons, as well as wisdom about ocean conservation.
In 2019, IOI Thailand will organize a 25 km biking campaign "Bike for Coastal Conservation (BCC)" at Pranburi Forest Park, Prajuabkirikhan Province on Sunday 9 June 2019. There will be around 300 Senior government officers, CEOs, business managers, bicycle clubs community and families to attend and to celebrate the WOD 2019.