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Ensemble pour l'environnement !

Face au succès des années précédentes, l’APEL et ses partenaires s’unissent à nouveau, pour souligner la Journée Mondiale de l’Environnement.

Kiosques, animations, randonnées en canot rabaska et plusieurs autres surprises attendent les petits et les grands.

Ne manquez pas le spectacle d'Arthur l'Aventurier - À la découverte des Rocheuses dès 13 h 30 !!

Évènement gratuit pour toute la famille !
Prix de présence à gagner
Foodtruck la Zèbre mobile sur place !

Pour réserver votre place à l’une des randonnées en canot rabaska : https://forms.gle/M7Lk3mxZ7zxTdwiw8

Restez à l'affût ! L'horaire de la programmation de l'événement sera en ligne sous peu... nous vous tiendrons informé.

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Environment: what we have to do with that?
Igreja Nossa Senhora d' Ajuda
Environment: what we have to do with that?

We are inviting children and adults to this activity that will have a short film abou waste in the ocean, after we will talk about it, in the other moment we have games related to the theme, always with enphasis in the sea because our project works to conservation of coral reefs. We always have some material to show and explain like coral skeletons. The games make people think sbout theif relation and what they do with environment. After we will exibit documentaries produced by our project about coral reefs and the relation with humans.

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Escape the Waste
Escape the Waste
Escape the Waste

We designed a digital escape room called "Escape the Waste" to help educate students and the community about plastic pollution.  Participants are encouraged to give up using single-use plastics and  

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Escenari Social con Fundación Oceanogràfic - Menudet Sunday

La Fundación Oceanogràfic vuelve a Convent con un animado evento en el que se hablará de la importancia de cuidar los mares y de reducir el uso de plásticos.

Esta fundación trabaja por un#marsinplásticos. A través de diferentes actividades los más pequeños conocerán el problema que las basuras marinas representan para la fauna y flora marinas.

Conoce a Ona la tiburona con el cuentacuentos que hemos preparado para el Menudet Sunday e investiga acerca de las características biológicas de un tiburón, inspeccionando muestras biológicas reales y acercándote al mundo de la biología marina de la mano de un educador.

¿Conoces las amenazas que sufren a diario los peces? Una es la contaminación y con nuestra pequeña acción estaremos colaborando en su reducción. Aprende a reutilizar material de un solo uso convirtiéndolo en un simpático tiburón.

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El Escenari Social de Menudet Sunday es el nombre que reciben una serie de actividades orientadas a crear conciencia social desde los primeros años. Todos los domingos el escenario del jardín acogerá a distintas ONG's que con sus actividades para niños buscan difundir su labor, entretener y enseñar a los menudets.

De 6 a 12 años
09/06 - 12:00
3€ en concepto de donativo para fines benéficos. Sin reserva de plaza.

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Essence of Water - Healing our relationship with Water and saving our Oceans

ESSENCE OF WATER 
HEALING OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH WATER AND
​SAVING OUR OCEANS FROM OCEAN ACIDIFICATION EXHIBITION

An exhibition of information and paintings, highlighting 
how connected we are to the element of water with awareness on the urgent global environmental message on ‘Ocean Acidification’ and other issues affecting the health of the global ocean 
How the chemistry of the Oceans is changing at a rapid rate & 
Eco-Tips- How to Save our Planet booklets on how to reduce Co2 emissions, 
leaflets - Oceans Under Stress from Plymouth Marine Laboratory and
The Essence of Water booklet from myself are available at the exhibition

 

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EU Beach Clean World Oceans Day Cleanup

To increase the impact, this EU Beach Clean partnered with the Eneco Clean Beach Cup, Belgium’s largest annual beach clean event. And impactful it was. No less than 11.5 tonnes of litter was collected all along the Belgian coastline! Much of it were small items: pieces of fishing net, plastic bottle lids, cigarette butts… But also buoys, car tyres and even an old carpet ended up in the huge, transparent cylinders of the waste collection point, pilloried for all to see before going to the recycler’s at the end of the day.

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EU marks World Oceans Day in Sierra Leone

In collaboration with Shout Climate Change Sierra Leone and the National Tourist Board, EU and British High Commission staff in Freetown on Saturday 8 June were joined by an enthusiastic crowd of youth volunteers, representatives from the international community, the Ministries of Tourism, Fisheries and Social Welfare and the Mayor of Freetown for a morning cleaning session of the Lumley, Aberdeen and Levuma beaches, collecting more than 200 bags of litter.

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EurOCEAN 2019 - Europe’s marine science contribution to a sustainable future

EurOCEAN conferences are major European marine science policy conferences providing a forum for policymakers and strategic planners at European and national level, to interact with the marine research community and marine and maritime stakeholders. The distinctive feature that characterizes EurOCEAN conferences is the focus on bringing the stakeholders together to speak with one voice towards policy.

EurOCEAN 2019 will discuss the contribution of European marine science to the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development  (2021-2030). The conference will also highlight the contribution of marine science to other ongoing and future initiatives supported by Horizon 2020 and the forthcomingHorizon Europe, the European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation programme (2021-2027).

The European Marine Board flagship publication Navigating the Future V (NFV) will be launched at EurOCEAN 2019. Navigating the Future V describes what marine science will look like in the next decade and beyond and what the needs are to achieve this. NFV will provide robust, independent scientific advice and expert opinion and with increasing importance to societal wellbeing in decades to come.

EurOCEAN 2019 conference is recognised as a contribution to the preparatory phase of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030).

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EuroDementia
London
EuroDementia

16th International Conference and Exhibition on Alzheimer Disease, Dementia & Ageing is Organised by EuroSciCon and it is centered around the real issues of Alzheimer's and dementia in individuals. This is of awesome worry as the survival of future age is in question. We welcome Business delegates, Industrial Leaders, neurologist, Consultants, Researchers, Professors, Doctors, Directors, Member of Association and social orders, Pharmaceutical company organization and industrialists and other people who stay dove in learning and routine with regards to neuroscience. The gathering will be a stage to globalize one research, to share logical encounters, to pick up learning on new advancements and directions. The gathering is booked on April 13-14, 2020 in London,UK,  Supporters and exhibitor to feature your items to our members and influence it to achieve the general population through them. We ask for you to make utilization of this chance to improve the world a place to live in.

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Evans bay beach clean up - Sea Shepherd Wellington

POSTPONED Due to the weather forecast we will have to postpone to the following Saturday 8th of June.

Due to the overwhelming amount of plastic that gets washed up in the tides here, we need LOTS of YOU to make a real impact. It's one of the easiest ways you can make an immediate difference to the environment. Every piece of plastic and rubbish you pick up, is one less piece that can end up wrapped around or ingested by wildlife. Take some time out of your day to come and join us.

We meet at the car park on the ocean side of Cobham drive right under where the planes land and take off. See you there!

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Experience BLUE the film and get ready to rise up!

Join Save Our Shores for a special screening of BLUE at the Rio Theatre on Thursday, June 6th.

A multiple award-winning Australian documentary, BLUE is fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. A panel discussion with local experts Dan Haifley, Gary Griggs, Jason Scorse, and Donna Meyers follows the film. Doors open at 6PM. Film begins at 6:30PM. Buy your $10 Early Bird Tickets now or pay $15 at the door.

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Explore Ocean Life

Take a guided tour of the L.C. Bates Museum's Marine Life Gallery to learn about the many species that live in our worlds oceans. Then, explore the bird gallery to see and learn about gulls, eiders, puffins, and more. See what plastic in the ocean has done to one bird specimen. Learn about the eggs and nesting methods of ocean loving birds. Make a watercolor of the ocean animal or bird you find beautiful and interesting. 

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Explore the Oceans
Macduff Marine Aquarium
Explore the Oceans

Celebrate this World Oceans’ Day by joining us to explore the underwater world through SCUBA and ROV technologies, it’s more accessible than you think!

Come along to this special event weekend and meet ImpROVise, the award winning ROV team from Keith Grammar School, representatives from the School of Engineering at RGU and industry professional. We will be celebrating World Oceans day by taking a look at how we explore the oceans and how important ocean exploration is to our future! 

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Explorer Fundays: Coffee Filter Jellyfish

Stop by the Explore Store for an easy craft that’s fun for all ages! Create and color your very own jellyfish friend.

Explorer Fundays activities are held every Saturday & Sunday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Explore Store.

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Explorer's Club Speaker Series

Description: The Explorers Club is honored to host our third annual World Oceans Week presented by Rolex. This year, discussion will focus around the the theme of 2019 UN WOD, "Gender & Oceans". There will also be ocean-themed art exhibitions setup throughout the week to further provoke an investigation of the issues impacting our ocean. 

 

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Exploring Marine Life through Art

Come visit the L.C.Bates Museum Marine Gallery! Exploring Marine Life through Art will provide a fun STEAM learning experiences for families as they learn about the different animals that live in the ocean. After a tour of the saltwater animals, from spounges to a marlin caught by Hemingway and from star fish to corals, participants will create their own marine art. They can draw the marine life, make fish prints and create shell art. We will also look at the endangered species in the collection to learn how we can protect them. 

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Face Your Waste
Dreambags Jaguar Shoes
Face Your Waste

Face Your Waste is an event exhibiting the work of creatives in the art and music scene, who have taken up the challenge of finding creative solutions to the accumulation of plastic waste that is destined for landfill and the oceans. The event has been set up to show the public that big changes have small beginnings and that by using your creativity you are able to make a difference and create something beautiful out of the unloved.

Creatives have been selected from around the world including Australian artist Freya Jobbins, illustrator Isabella Cotier and artist Andrew Macgregor  to name a few. There will also be live music performances from up and coming rap artists focusing on environmental issues and workshops from ethical brands such as Novel Skincare and LUSH cosmetics sharing their knowledge on how to reduce your impact on waste  in a conscious consumerist world.

To add, the venue host, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes, will also be offering a discount on the 8th of June if you bring your own reusable drink containers.

 

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Falmouth Greenpeace - Protect The Oceans

We're going to set up the stall on the walkway at the back of the beach (at the café end). Fish costumes, face painting (well, blue) and a twitter board?! So tell everyone you know and bring the kids! And wear blue if you can :)

It's world oceans day and will mark the start of the Greenpeace Protect the Oceans campaign.

One of the most ambitious projects in Greenpeace's history... to make 30% of the world's seas into ocean sanctuaries by 2030. 

https://www.greenpeace.org/international/publication/21604/30x30-a-blueprint-for-ocean-protection/


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Falmouth Sea Shanty

Falmouth Sea Shanty

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Family Beach Fest
Rest Bay Beach, Porthcawl, Bridgend CF36 3UW
Family Beach Fest

Celebrate World Oceans Day with this family-friendly beach event connecting families to the coast and one another. An afternoon of marine themed beach-based activities from beach arts and crafts to wildlife and nature activities like rockpool rambles, marine litter workshops and Seaside storytime. 

Ticket price includes an activity wristband to take part in any beach academy activity. Simply pick up your activity band on the day to take part throughout the afternoon.

Pre-Book only. Tickets from www.beachacademywales.com/events

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