On World Oceans Day 2020 June 8th, the Society for Underwater Technology will present a special edition of our weekly Underwater Technology Podcast featuring CEO Steve Hall interviewing UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Chair Ariel Troisi, and UNESCO IOC Venice Office Ocean Literacy Specialist Francesca Santoro. They'll be talking about ocean literacy, the forthcoming Ocean Decade, sustained ocean observations, role of industry and much more.
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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.
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.
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!
The critical role that oceans play in our environment, health and livelihoods, and the importance of safeguarding the ocean environment has never been more important. Engaging future leaders in the ocean through innovative ocean education is critical to equip children with the tools and experiences to become champions of sustainable oceans in the future.
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.