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.
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.
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.
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.
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.