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Keep It Clean!

On World Ocean Day Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation will have an activity with Lecole National Thor. The selecting students will be engaged on cleaning the ocean
""You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

 

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Low Tide Day in Cowichan Bay

Low Tide Day in Cowichan Bay.  We have held this event annually since 1999 and this year it is on World Oceans Day.  Here's the program for this year:

11:30  Volunteers clean the beaches, shoreline, and roads around Cowichan Bay and the Cowichan Estuary

1:00  Lunch and Music at Kil-Pah-Las Beach

2:00  Beach Seine and Quadrat study to meet the living things in the water and under the beach

Other activities are being planned.

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Marine Debris Creative Advocacy Competition

Do you have a creative idea to fight plastic pollution? 

Bow Seat's international competition challenges middle and high school students to design and lead a creative project or campaign in their school or community that educates others and inspires action to reduce or prevent marine debris and plastic pollution. Students have an opportunity to earn awards of up to $5,000!

Past student projects have included: marine debris cleanups and trash sculptures; plastic pollution-themed art shows and events; environmental education programs for elementary students; awareness campaigns to refuse single-use plastic straws; partnerships with local cafes or grocery stores to reduce plastic bag usage... and more! 

Details:

  • Open to students ages 11-18 worldwide
  • Students can earn awards of up to $5,000!
  • Free to enter
  • Deadline to submit: June 17, 2019, but interested students should register project ideas early
  • For more information and to participate, visit: bowseat.org/marine-debris

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MesRivagespropres 2019 1er édition

Que la mer Parcé un de vous et Besoin de nous ....
Le 8 juin 2019 de 7 h à 22h l'événement MesRivagespropres 2019 1er se déroulera entre St Aygulf, Fréjus, St Raohaël et Agay département du VAR FRANCE.
40 associations, les communes de Fréjus et St Raphaêl les lycéens, des partenaires Privés, 10 ports et tout le public intéressé  se réunissent dans un même élan  écocitoyen pour participer à un nettoyage géant des fonds marins, des plages, des jetées, des criques sur 20 km du littoral méditerranéen.

organisé par les coordonnateurs de l'association Esterel Blue Water et parrainé par le club de rugby le CARF

environ 3000 personnes participeront

un éthologue spécialiste des cétacés offre une conférence

enregistré sur surfrider foundation E?U initiatives océanes 2019

un concert et un barbecue de 1800 personnes est prévu

contacts: brunot laurent:  vero832011@live.fr  poisson sabine: sabine.poisson@yahoo.fr  julia toscano: julia.toscano@gmail.com

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Ocean of changes
Plac Przyjaciol Sopotu in Sopot, Poland
Ocean of changes

Open Science Fair dedicated to ocean issues for General Public with interactive stands and games etc.

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Oceanext2019
La Mer XXL - Nantes exhibition Center
Oceanext2019

CEANEXT 2019 is the second edition of the international multidisciplinary conference OCEANEXT, initiated in 2016 by the COSELMAR program (2013-2017). Organized bythe Sea and Coastal Institute, OCEANEXT 2019 has for general theme"Building the future of marine and coastal socio-ecosystems". The conference will gather international scientists and will emphasize the multidisciplinary nature of the issues addressed.

OCEANEXT 2019 will be held at Nantes Exhibition Center in the core of the International ExhibitionMER XXL. The exhibition will promote seas and oceans in their whole shapes, strenghs and weaknesses and their vital significance for the planet and humanity. The exhibition will start on the 29th of June and end the 10th of July

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One Ocean, One Cape Cod: A Marine Celebration

Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. (OPAK) is hosting our second annual "One Ocean, One Cape Cod:  A Marine Celebration" event in honor of World Oceans Day. This a great family friendly morning dedicated to celebrating our ocean. This year we will screen Sonic Sea (synopsis below) and hear from a guest speaker after the film. Light refreshments will be available for purchase.

All ticket sales goes directly to supporting OPAK's educational programming across Southeastern Massachusetts. Thank you again to Nauset Marine for sponsoring this event and for the Chatham Orpheum Theater for hosting us. 

Sonic Sea is a 60-minute documentary about the impact of industrial and military ocean noise on whales and other marine life. It tells the story of a former USNavy officer who solved a tragic mystery and changed forever the way we understand our impact on the ocean. The film is narrated by Rachel McAdams and features Sting, in addition to the renowned ocean experts Dr. Sylvia Earle, Dr. Paul Spong, Dr. Christopher Clark and Jean-Michel Cousteau. Sonic Seawas produced by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Imaginary Forces in association with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Diamond Docs. 

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Operation Jonas
Katwijk
Operation Jonas

Alone it seems impossible, but together a lot can be changed.

With this in mind Operation Jonas was founded. The objective of Operation Jonas is to accelerate the transition to less plastic waste. We want to inform citizens and entrepreneurs of the municipality of Katwijk, The Netherlands, and make them aware of the enormous amount of plastic soup in the ocean. This is done during the week of May 31 to June 8, through several activities, such as teaching at schools and a college tour in Leiden. We want to clean up the municipality's plastic waste together with the citizens and entrepreneurs of Katwijk. Do you join Operation Jonas? 

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Oregon World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup Ocean Blue Celebration

Join Ocean Blue a grassroots nonprofit saving the ocean one beach cleanup at a time. June 8th we will meet on the beach in Celebration of World Oceans Day on the beach. Let's show our love by removing as much micro plastic as possible on World Oceans Day Celebration on Nye Beach in Newport, Oregon. 

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Party for the Planet presented by Entergy: World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. It offers guests the opportunity to learn how humans impact our ocean and marine life while enjoying animal care chats and interactive activities from Audubon husbandry staff, educators, and conservation partners. Guests can visit the Entergy table to learn how to earn a World Oceans Day fish badge!

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Portballintrae Beach Collection
Portballintrae Harbour
Portballintrae Beach Collection

We will be a group of kids and adults collecting all plastic material from the local beaches.

 

We aim to have local presss and media in attendance to broadcast this to the local population.

 

We are also incorporating our local cub scouts pack to use this towers recreiving their ocean awareness badges.

 

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Save our seas

Creating interactive junk art using plastic etc, to create awareness about ocean pollution.

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Sidmouth Sea Fest 2019
The Ham, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 8BG, UK
Sidmouth Sea Fest 2019

The Vision of Sidmouth Sea Fest is the staging of an annual event that will celebrate the opportunities afforded on, in and from the sea.

Sidmouth Sea Fest aims to celebrate and advocate the vibrant coastal community of Sidmouth and encourage a spirit of shared place.

We invite local clubs, enterprises, schools and the public to an annual event that showcases the activities, heritage and education connected to the sea and coast that Sidmouth offers to local people and visitors.

Through this, we aim to preserve, encourage and advocate;

  • Community cohesion, participation and inclusion
  • Education & Heritage
  • Maritime & Fisheries
  • Employment, Training & Apprenticeships
  • The Arts
  • Responsible Tourism
  • Sustainability and the Environment

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Students Rebuild Ocean Challenge

The world’s ocean and the people who live closest to them face urgent environmental challenges—but you can help. For every artwork you send us, the Bezos Family Foundation will donate $2 (up to $500K) toward youth-focused ocean conservation and restoration efforts in coastal communities, helping to increase awareness, provide jobs and build community resilience. To dive in, register—it’s both easy and required. Then use what you learn to create sea creatures from recycled materials.

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The ocean our pride
La- Accra. Ghana
The ocean our pride

Educate communities near the ocean in Ghana on the benefits of sustainable the ocean. Create posters on it, then share it on all social media platforms and to other conservation group interested in this. Colleague students living around such areas will also help by organizing the youth and talking to them. 

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The World oceans day
Primorsky Aquarium National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences
The World oceans day

8 июня вся Планета отмечает важный экологический праздник - Всемирный день океанов. Мировой океан является колыбелью жизни на Земле. И это не просто слова! Задумайтесь: 70% нашей планеты покрыто водой, морские ресурсы - это залог развития и дальнейшего существования человеческой цивилизации. Дождевая и питьевая вода, большая часть нашей пищи и даже кислорода, которым все мы дышим, - всё это даёт нам океан. Именно процессы, происходящие на его просторах и в глубинах (течения, нагрев и охлаждение воздушных масс над водой, химические преобразования и т.д.) определяют состояние климата и глобальных экосистем и делают Землю пригодной для жизни человека.

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Together We Can Event
Asset Training centre, Nilaiyur, Madurai Tamil Nadu India
Together We Can Event

We Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust (Asset Trust) India celebrate World Oceans Day 2019 with theme of Together We Can  to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. The purpose of the Day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean, develop a worldwide movement of citizens for the ocean, and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world's oceans. They are a major source of food and medicines and a critical part of the biosphere. In the end, it is a day to celebrate together the beauty, the wealth and the promise of the ocean.

Event Objective: 

To promote better knowledge about World Ocean and its importance to all citizen  in Tamil Nadu , India 

To Spread the Unite of of World's Population on a project for a sustainable manner 

To make fun together we can and celebrate the beauty of world ocean among all section of people in Tamil Nadu India 

Place; Asset Training Centre , Madurai 

Event date : June 6  2019 

Expect Participants : More than 250 from all over & different districts of Tamil Nadu 

The following Message  distribute in read materials to participants on the day of event :   

The oceans make our blue planet unique in our solar system -- and not just visually.  They help regulate the global climate and are the ultimate source of the water that sustains all life on Earth, from coral reefs to snow-covered mountains, from tropical rain forests to mighty rivers, and even deserts.  However, the ability of the oceans to provide their essential services is being threatened by climate change, pollution and unsustainable use.  On this World Oceans Day, we are highlighting the problem of plastic pollution.  Eighty per cent of all pollution in the sea comes from land, including some 8 million tons of plastic waste each year.  It chokes waterways, harms communities that depend on fishing and tourism, kills turtles and birds, whales and dolphins, and finds its way to the most remote areas of the planet and throughout the food chain on which we ultimately rely.  Unless we change course, plastic waste could soon outweigh all the fish in the oceans.We must work individually and collectively to stop this preventable tragedy and significantly reduce marine pollution of all kinds, including plastic.  Action starts at home, and speaks louder than words.  The United Nations aims to lead by example, and more than 30 of our agencies have now begun working to end the use of single-use plastic. But everyone needs to play a part.  You can make a difference today – and every day -- by doing simple things like carrying your own water bottle, coffee cup and shopping bags, recycling the plastic you buy, avoiding products that contain microplastics and volunteering for a local clean-up.If we all do a little, our combined actions can be massive.  On this World Oceans Day, I urge governments, communities and individuals alike to celebrate our oceans by helping clear them of pollution and ensure they remain vibrant for generations to come.

Event Organizer 

Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust (Asset Trust)

14 II Floor Muniyandi Koil lane, Manjana kara Street, Madurai - 625 001 

Tamil Nadu, India 

E.mail : assetbasha2011@gmail.com

 

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Understanding the effects of plastic in our water bodies
Ekiti State University ado-ekiti, Ekiti State or Eleventh house hotel ado-ekiti Ekiti state.
Understanding the effects of plastic in our water bodies

The event is aimed at making students onnmy campus to understand the ripple effects of use of plastic in our environment.

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UNHEALTHY OCEANS MEAN UNHEALTHY MARITIME WORLD
A highly renowned Turkish logistics & transport website called "Lojiport"
UNHEALTHY OCEANS MEAN UNHEALTHY MARITIME WORLD

I am a travel poet-writer, a maritime-railroad-civil aviation buff and a retired medical doctor from Istanbul-Turkey. If everything goes as planned, by the end of May 2019, I will write a 2 or 3 page-article (as World format) in Turkish language about the vital importance of keeping our planet's oceans, seas and waterways clean & healthy enough in order to keep the important vitality of the world's maritime business (both passenger & cargo) going in a healthy & productive way. Then I will publish the related article in my weekly internet column (belonging to the renowned "Lojiport" website) on June 9th (just like each Sunday)!

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