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Dia Mundial dos Oceanos 2019
Campo Nacional de Formação Ambiental de S. Jacinto
Dia Mundial dos Oceanos 2019

Consiste numa atividade destinada a jovens escuteiros da Região de Aveiro com idades entre os 10 e os 14 anos, a decorrer durante o dia 8 de Junho, no Campo Escutista de São Jacinto (CENFA) e na praia de São Jacinto.

Durante o dia os jovens abordarão vários temas relacionados com o ambiente, a poluição e os oceanos, bem como apresentaram várias soluções que visem "poupar" o planeta e diminuir o nosso impacto tanto na Terra como nos oceanos, tendo em conta a redução dos plásticos de uso único e o leme "Together We Can".

Irão, ainda, recolher lixo na praia de São Jacinto.


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Dia mundial limpeza dos Mares
45 Grupo Escoteiro Padre Caetano Minette de Tillesse
Discover the sea
Basel Zoo
Discover the sea

World Oceans Day is being celebrated with a special programme in and around the Vivarium: pick up a research journal and discover the sea. Plenty of exciting activities await you on your expedition.


1.30 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. in the vivarium and by the main entrance

  • Take a peek behind the scenes: crafty octopuses and jellyfish breeding
  • Hunt for treasure on the seashore
  • Design your own explorer ID
  • Print your own expedition bag with the WWF
  • Experiment with salt water
  • Find out about the world of marine research with the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre
  • Examine water from the Rhine with the University of Basel
  • Discover the deep sea’s mysterious inhabitants

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Disney Cruise Line Celebrates World Oceans Day


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Dive Academy - World Oceans Day
Whitestrand, Miltown Malbay
Dive Academy - World Oceans Day

We are running an Art Competition at local schools around the topic "Together we can protect & restore Our Ocean.

On the day itself our activities are :

9.30am – qualified divers will dive at White Strand to collect underwater rubbish

10am – public beach clean on White Strand

2pm – Dive Academy, Lahinch

Art display & judging

Swim/Snorkel in Dive Academy Aquarium to collect plastics („FREE for anyone who brings a wetsuit)

Videos & Refreshments

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Dive Against Debris
Dive Against Debris

UN World Environment Day is encouraging worldwide awareness & action to protect our planet and is widely celebrated in over 100 countries. It's OUR day for doing something to take care of the Earth. In partnership with Temple Reef Foundation, we are taking action for marine conservation! Join us for two fun events on June 5, 2019.

➡️ Dive Against Debris Survey (6:30 AM - 1 PM)

Come for a morning dive at Danny's Eel Garden and help us remove fishing nets and other hazardous debris from the ocean floor. All collected debris will be weighed, sorted, and reported to Project AWARE. You will receive a 30% discount on the regular fun dive rate and meet other conservation enthusiasts! Open Water Divers of all experience levels are welcome.

➡️ Beach Cleanup (5-6 PM)

Join us for our weekly trip to Rock Beach here in Pondicherry and help us remove as much trash as we can! Come with a friend or meet new buddies during the event.

*Snacks and drinks will be provided for both events.*

We'd love for you to come to both events, but you can also join for just one. In case you would like to go diving, please book your spot soon.

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Dive Against Debris
Sandy Point State Park
Dive Against Debris

Help clean up the Chesapeake and Sandy Point State Park and earn a specialty certification while you’re at it. Let us know if you are interested in the Dive Against Debris Speciality!

When: Saturday, June 8, 2019 starting at 8:00 AM

Where: Sandy Point State Park, 1100 East College Parkway, Annapolis, MD 21409

We can do a picnic brunch on the beach following the dive, or head into downtown Annapolis.

Carpooling is recommended! We’ll put together a ride list once people have signed up.

RSVP: Send us an email to let us know you’re interested. Space is limited, so don’t wait!


  • Clean up as much underwater debris as we can!

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Dive Against Debris Cleanup
St. Andrews State Park
Dive Against Debris Cleanup

Come join us for our monthly Dive Against Debris cleanup scuba dive at Saint Andrews State Park this Saturday, June 22nd, at 8 AM! Full tanks will be available for club members at Red Alert Diving for pickup prior to the event. Please make sure to pay your park entrance fee to support the state park! This is a great opportunity to help clean up after Hurricane Michael and preserve our favorite shore diving site for others to enjoy. We will be meeting at the picnic tables at 8 AM near the east corner of the parking lot at the beach, and plan to get into the water at 9 AM. Don't forget to bring gloves to protect your hands, see you at the shop!

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Diving for a Sustainable Tomorrow

Healthy Seas returns to the Aeolian Islands from 3rd - 8th June 2019 to celebrate World Oceans Day. Together with Ghost Fishing, Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund and Blue Marine Foundation, the environmental initiative that is responsible for the recovery of ghost nets from the seas for the purpose of creating healthier seas and recycling marine litter into textile products, will carry out its second multi-day mission at the breathtaking volcanic islands, in Italy.

In October 2018, the same team of organizations successfully recovered over 4 tons of ghost fishing gear from Lipari and the surrounding islands. During the mission, Ghost Fishing volunteer divers recovered their largest ever net. In June, they will return to finish the deep-sea cleanup, carry out a harbor cleanup as well as an interactive and outstanding educational program with local schools.

The sea around the Aeolian Islands is home to some of Europe’s endangered marine species. Bottlenose dolphins, loggerhead sea turtles, sperm whales, and dusky groupers, have been found entangled in nets near the Aeolian Islands and in the Tyrrhenian Sea, suffering unnecessarily and in many cases eventually dying.

The long-term objective of the project is to aid the process for the creation of a well-managed marine protected area (MPA) across the Aeolian archipelago by contributing to the awareness of the local community towards the protection of the marine environment.

The collected fishing nets will be cleaned and combined with other nylon waste materials by Aquafil, before being transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon, the infinitely recyclable material. This will provide the basis for beautiful new products such as socks, sportswear, swimwear and carpets. Healthy Seas is an excellent example for the circular economy, where waste is a resource.

Funding for this World Oceans Day event in the Aeolian Islands is provided by Maratona Dles Dolomites-Enel (July 7th, 2019), one of the biggest cyclosportives in Europe now in its 33rd year. This year’s marathon is dedicated to “Tomorrow” to remind us that we need to find a better balance between the present and future by establishing a renewed relationship with nature.

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Diving with Seals Farne Islands Trip - June 2019

Yes we are there again. This time of year is frolick central for the seals, for some reason they want to play, eat your fins, and generally annoy you. How can you get annoyed with these cute little underwater labradors..... 2 nights accommodation and 2 days diving from a hard boat with tail lift.
Numbers restricted to 12 people so contact the Divecentre book your place early £155.

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DIY Cleanup Packs
The Flagship Education Centre
DIY Cleanup Packs

From Wednesday 5th June (World Environment Day) till Sunday 9th June you can pop into the Flagship Education Centre in Wynyard Quarter, Auckland, NZ and collect gloves, sacks and advice about which beach to cleanup.  At the end of your cleanup come back to the Flagship and return your gloves and sacks, let us know how the cleanup went a get a free Phoenix Organics drinks as thanks. 

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DIY Community Clean-Ups for World Oceans Day

Free for Community Groups in Auckland & Wellington

Want to do your part for June 8th – World Oceans Day? Why not get some mates together and do a beach clean-up? We’re here to make it easy for you! Business groups, please see here for our options.

World Oceans Day is a great reason to get out and involved and get out in nature. In order to mark this prestigious day, we’re facilitating ANYONE to clean-up the beach by supplying groups with gloves, bags, assistance with health and safety and expert guidance – everything you need to get you out there and muck in!

Simply register at the links below and we’ll have a clean-up kit ready for you and your group! Do your clean-up anytime you like, it doesn’t actually have to be on June 8, but we’ll make kits available between June 5-8.

Once you’re done, drop the kit back off at the Flagship Education Centre in Wynyard Quarter in Auckland or the Biz Dojo on Market Lane for Wellington, simple as that. If you’re in another part of the country and want us to send you some kit, we’ll just ask you to cover the cost of postage. Your team should be physically fit and ready to go!

What do you need to do?

  • Register at the links below! Please register early to ensure we can get you your gear on time
  • Wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes. We advise against gumboots – they get easily stuck in muddy areas.
  • Wear all-weather gear, including a raincoat and sun smart gear.
  • Take a drink bottle filled and ready to go
  • Take lunch and snacks.
  • Have a good attitude!

What does Sustainable Coastlines provide?

  • Gloves
  • Rubbish sacks
  • Health & Safety guidance

Ready to go? Register here:



More info?

Contact Shelley on shelley@sustainablecoastlines.org


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DIY Wastefree Workshop: Cleaning Products

How to make your own waste-free cleaning products (Laundry detergent & all-purpose cleaner)

Event by The Tare Shop / Our Positive Planet


Event contact:
Kate Pepler

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DIY Wastefree Workshop: Hygiene Products

How to make your own waste free hygiene products (toothpaste/deodorant)

Event by The Tare Shop / Stop Trashing It


Event contact:
Kate Pepler

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Dockside Discovery
Conch House Marina, St Augustine, FL
Dockside Discovery

Dockside Discovery and Marina Cleanup - Huge success!!!


GTMNERR’s summer Conservation Camp and Blue Ocean Sails has partnered together, along with the support of Flagler College’s Dr Ed McGinley, to provide a Dockside Discovery experience coupled with a Marina Cleanup at Conch HouseMarina, Wed, June 5th.


Seven GTMNERR summer campers, ages 13-15, will be treated to a marina tour hosted by Blue Ocean Sails founders, Mike and Cindy Alyea, where they will discuss and explore marine science topics such as Black Mangrove migration, coastal engineering and hardening, living shorelines, carbon cycle, ocean acidification, climate change, sea level rise, Florida’s Clean Marina Program (CMP) and Clean Boater Program, and take an in depth tour of ‘Sea Breeze’, Blue Ocean Sails sailing vessel used in support of local marine science programs.


In the morning session, GTMNERR summer campers will conduct a supervised marina cleanup focusing on plastics pollution where they will collect and remove both macro and micro plastics from the waters of Salt Run, categorizing the types and size of the collected plastics and record the results in a data base.


Learning stations around the marina have been designated as “discussion sites” where topics of marine science and coastal issues will be discussed, explored and evaluated by the campers, GTMNERR Staff and Blue Ocean Sails.


The afternoon session will focus on the biodiversity inherent in marinas where a multitude of marine species live, feed, reproduce and support local populations of recreationally and commercially important species of marine life.


Dr Ed McGinnly, Associate Professor, Flagler College - along with 14 of his Flagler college students, will mentor the GTMNERR summer campers and lead a collection, identification and classification study exploring the biodiversity of marine species that call the Conch HouseMarina home.


Local area youth marine science and conservation programs are able to enjoy a diversity of coastal, inshore and offshore experiential learning opportunities as a result of partnering between organizations such as Blue Ocean Sails, GTMNERR, Flagler College and others.



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Dolphin Raksha Prithvi Suraksha
Dolphin Raksha Prithvi Suraksha

We plan to run a campaign to protect the dolphin species in the Arabian ocean near the coastal belt of Kozhikode District in Kerala State of India. Our schools are committed to conserve the ocean and its life for the longer well being of life in this earth. We are planning to do an ocean visit with high school students. We will organise a series of awareness workshops for fisherman community, as their ignorance has caused casualities of dolphins in the recent past. Moreover, we plan to do a beach clean and plastic free campaign among public to create more awareness.

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Dolphin Research Institute

Where ever you live, for many of us the ocean is never very far away. Some of us are lucky enough to live near it and even work in it. It's our happy place, and it's our lifeline. Without a healthy ocean we don't have a healthy planet. So today, take a moment to celebrate the most amazing environment on earth in whatever way you can.

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Saturday, June 8 is World Oceans Day. Our oceans provide us with clean air, bountiful food sources and an endless list of recreational activities. Our oceans need your help to stay trash-free. 

Help us celebrate clean oceans for months to come by donating to Cleanup OC, Coastkeeper's monthly beach cleanup program. Each month, hundreds of volunteers join us on the sands of Huntington Beach and San Clemente to combat trash along our beautiful coastlines. 

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Donation to The Ocean Foundation

As a skin care brand of coral reef safe, iLab will Donate approximate 1 Euro or 6.8 RMB to The Ocean Foundation for everyone

who buy iLab products through iLab offical designated channels in period of Apr 22(World earth day) to June 8(World ocean day / iLab brand day), 2019.

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