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14,4 By 2020, effectively regulate harvesting and end overfishing, illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and destructive fishing practices and implement science-based management plans, in order to restore fish stocks in the shortest time feasible
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.
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 sustianable seafood innovators and talk about efforts to decarbonize the shipping industry. And we'll of course leave time for the netowkring 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.
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.
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.