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
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:
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.
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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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.
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 across the world will share the most exciting images of the deep seas and 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.
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.
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.
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.
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