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FESTIVAL della GIORNATA MONDIALE degli OCEANI

Un inteso week end (8 e 9 giugno a Lerici) dedicato al World Ocean Day:

disabilità ed ambiente sopra e sotto la superficie dell'acqua. Prove di immersioni e di barca a vela per tutti!

Zero barriere alla scoperta degli oceani!

Conferenze ed incontri con specialisti. 

Lancio della 3° edizione del Premio "il Pianeta azzurro", bando riservato a laureati in Biologia Marina, premio soggiorno per 1 mese presso http://agustaresort.com/site/

E per concludere in modo innovativo: ScuBiology: il nostro mare in presa diretta (video collegamento subacqueo)

 Raccontare i tesori che il Mediterraneo ha da regalarci..proprio sotto casa!

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Festival Effet Mer
Festival Effet Mer
Festival Effet Mer

An artistic and environmental Festival for the first time in Tahiti for world oceans day

A day to celebrate the ocean at "Pointe Venus" Beach with exhibitions, conferences, film projections, games, live music and fun.

On saturday the 8th of june from 10 am to 6 pm

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Festival of Nature
Green Park in Bath and Millenium & Queens Square in Bristol
Festival of Nature

Festival of Nature 2019

The UK’s largest free celebration of nature is back this summer and it’s never been a more important time to get involved, so come along and connect with nature! There will be a week long programme of exciting events taking place from the 1st June, which finishes with the big Bristol weekend, stretching from Millennium Square across, taking in the Harbourside and a takeover of Queens Square on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th June. Enjoy a week of free fun and interactive activities with some of the UK’s best-loved wildlife organisations, as well as, live music, theatre performances a range of family fun entertainment.

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Festival of Ocean Films

Georgia Strait Alliance is pleased to present the 10th annual Festival of Ocean Films in celebration of World Oceans Day!

We are pleased to present these short films!

Raven People Rising
Pacific Herring: Little Fish - Big Problem
Return of the Humpbacks 
Fish First 
For the Love of Salmon 

Thank you to our sponsors, Patagonia and Vancity!

Net proceeds from the festival will continue to assist Georgia Strait Alliance in its mission to protect and restore the marine environment and promote the sustainability of the Georgia Strait, its adjoining water and communities.

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Fête de la rivière Mascouche
Eglise Saint-Henri
Fête de la rivière Mascouche

Après avoir nettoyé la rivière en 2016 et 2017, le COBAMIL souhaite maintenant faire redécouvrir la rivière aux citoyens afin qu’ils puissent en bénéficier. Ainsi, l’équipe du COBAMIL et ses partenaires s’unissent pour mettre sur pied la première édition de la « Fête de la rivière Mascouche ». L’événement se déroulera le samedi 9 juin 2018, dans le cadre des célébrations du Mois de l’eau.

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Fieldtrippers: In Seine
Willows Beach
Fieldtrippers: In Seine

This World Oceans Day join Curator of Vertebrate Zoology Dr. Gavin Hanke and Invertebrates Collections Manager Heidi Gartner, as they conduct a beach seine at Willows Beach. Friends of Uplands Park will join us too! In the past we've caught more than 20 species of fishes, along with crabs, shrimp and other invertebrates (animals without backbones). What will we discover this year? Everyone will get an up-close look at what lives beneath the waves. 

Meet at Willows Beach in Oak Bay. From Estevan, turn left onto Esplanade and drive towards the north end of the beach. Park on the right near the large white Royal BC Museum van.
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Children accompanied by an adult are welcome. Please leave dogs at home. 

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Fight Against Plastic: Salawag
Dasma 4 Golden City
Fight Against Plastic: Salawag

Fight Against Plastic: Salawag is a seminar-workshop that aims to eduate and empower key community leaders and volunteers of Barangay Salawag on developing sustainable solutions to strictly implement the ordinance on regulating the use of plastic bags and styrofoams in Dasmariñas City. 

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Fight Marine Debris "Together We Can"
Plai Thon beach, Thung Prang, Sichon, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
Fight Marine Debris "Together We Can"

                                Local Awareness raising program to fight marine debris challenges

                                  @ local level: Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Thailand.

Activities include;

a) Onstage activities

   i. Song & Performance by (kindergarten school students and young people)

  ii. Children Contest: WOD 2019 Drawings & Octopus: The Marine Villain Model

 iii. Awareness Raising & Outreach Roundtable talks on "how can we fight local marine debris sustainably?"(FB live broadcast)

b) Outdoor activities

  i. Marine Debris Collection along 240 km coastal areas of NST (pilot trails)

 ii. The Sea Fence & Beautiful Beach Comber ICC Data Collection

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Film Screening - "Saving Atlantis, The State of Coral Reefs" by Adrienne Correa

Take a global journey that celebrates the majesty and mystery of coral habitats and sheds light on the dramatic decline of global coral reef ecosystems and the impact on human populations that depend on them.

Coral reefs cover only 0.1 percent of the Earth's surface, but they're home to 25 percent of all marine species, and they're being lost at an alarming rate. Pollution, overfishing and climate change are some of the human-influenced culprits in the dramatic decline of these magnificent natural structures. Coral reefs serve as a linchpin in the global food web. Their decline leads our entire planet in a perilous direction. But research from scientists around the world hints at bright spots where real strides can be made in preservation and protection of these habitats.

Filmed in Australia, the South Pacific, Hawaii, the Caribbean and the Red Sea,Saving Atlantis explores the science behind corals with the top researchers who are fighting to uncover the causes of coral decline and find solutions before it's too late.

Join coral researcher Dr. Adrienne Correa of Rice Biosciences for a one-night-only viewing ofSaving Atlantis. This film was developed by Oregon State University. This program is in conjunction to the Museum's celebration of World Oceans Day.

Early Bird to 5/30 - Members $10, Tickets $16. Regular price starting on 5/31 - Members $14, Tickets $20

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Film Screening and single-use plastic free day.

Film Screening and single-use plastic free day.

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Fingal Forage ~ A World Ocean's Day Amazing Race!

Enjoy beautiful Fingal Bay Beach in Port Stephens on the long weekend for this free community World Oceans Day event!

EVENT INFO An educational adventure, families, friends or groups race against the clock completing a wide range of ocean related activities. This race is not so much an athletic event, more of fun day out challenging the groups mind as they encounter the various activities along the way. Aimed at adults and children (under adult supervision) alike come join us while we celebrate and educate this important World Oceans Day.

LOCATION Register next to the surf club and Fingal Park, Marine Drive Fingal Bay

PREPARATION Bring a phone or camera for photos, having access to the internet during some activities is imperative, a smart phone is perfect, wear footwear and dress for the weather.

ACCESS Be aware some activities are on the sand: not pram, toddler or wheelchair friendly

OCEAN PRIZES FOR WINNING GROUPS: $300 Learn to Sail Voucher from Port Stephens Sailing and Aquatic Club, a $150 Voucher for Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters, a $100 Dolphin Dollar voucher at Moonshadow TQC Cruises, A Beach Photo Shoot with Capture Imaging Photography, a $100 Sustainable Seafood Oyster Platter from Seven Seas Oysters, a $70 Port Stephens Surf School Voucher & a Little Beach Boathouse Bar $100 drinks over the ocean voucher!

REGISTER YOUR GROUP online at:https://sharkandrayencounters.rezdy.com/catalog/326092/event-registration (free registration sponsored by Irukandji) Groups anywhere between 2-8 people (or make two groups) Final chance sign ups on the day between 9am and 10am near the Fingal Bay SLSC building & Fingal Park. If you could please pre-register to help us out – we’ll have some kind of idea how many people will attend on the day.

RACE ACTIVITIES BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Sea Shelter, Ocean Coastal Care Initiative, Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters, Plastic Free Port Stephens & Port Stephens Sailing & Aquatic Club

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First sea concert as tribute to World Oceans Day

Within the framework of the World Oceans Day celebration, the "Admiral Padilla" Naval Academy joins and makes this date a great event, to sensitize, raise awareness and educate population in general about the importance of our maritime territory. In this order of ideas we will carry out different activities such as lectures of thought, talks, children's workshops, underwater cleanings and cultural samples. The national flag of Colombia symbolizes Colombian independence from Spain, gained on July 20, 1810. It is a horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue and red. The blue stripe represents the seas on Colombia's shores and the rivers that run through. This year, the theme for our World Oceans Day celebration is "Let's protect the blue of our flag", our purpose is to generate maritime culture in Colombian people and contribute to the recognition of our oceans as a resource of sustainable use for the socio-economic development of the Nation.

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Fish Unknown
Elea Restaurant
Fish Unknown

Sunrocks hotel , member of Relais & Chateaux,  will celebrate marine biodiversity in honour of UN-recognized World Oceans Day. 

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Fish Unknown
Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge.
Fish Unknown

All of our fish comes from this river!

This World Oceans Day, we’re celebrating the theme #fishunknown, the lesser-known, underutilised and underappreciated fish species.

Because we are inland and aspire to only support local suppliers and producers and to ensure freshness and a true sense of place, we don’t have seafood on the menu. Instead, we give guests a chance to taste the fish of the Zambezi, caught sustainably by local fishermen, just like this gentleman.

We’re helping to protect the ocean’s resources by staying away from them. Zambezi bream is a delicious, bountiful and local favourite.

Chef George and the team invite you to taste it with us ~ this World Oceans Day on 8 June, withRelais & Châteaux and for the entire first week, and beyond.
 

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Fish Unknown - an ethical dinner Chez Muffy

World Ocean’s Day is an international celebration of the ocean and the important role it plays in our lives. The day helps raise awareness of the ocean, and inspires greater involvement in helping to conserve this amazing resource we all depend on. To celebrate this year, more than 200 Relais & Châteaux Chefs will participate in the 'Fish Unknown' initiative to honor marine biodiversity, lesser known species and sustainable ocean products – all of which will be highlighted on dining menus and events across the globe.

Join us at Chez Muffy restaurant as we help preserve our resources with a specially created ethical dinner menu on Friday (June 7) Saturday (June 8) and Sunday (June 9). It’s up to each one of us to help ensure that our ocean is healthy for future generations.

Enjoy our three-course menu made with local, Quebec ethical produce, a creation by our own Chef Julien Ouellet.

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Fish Unknown - Auberge du Soleil

Fish Unknown - Auberge du Soleil 

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Fish unkown Dinner
Capofaro Locanda & Malvasia
Fish unkown Dinner

L’8 giugno celebreremo il World Oceans Day, giornata mondiale per la salvaguardia del mare, istituita dall’ Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite, al fine di porre l’attenzione sull’importanza che il mare ha per la nostra vita. In occasione del World Oceans Day, dalle 19.30 lo chef Ludovico De Vivo cucinerà una cena di quattro portate utilizzando soltanto pesce locale di stagione, cucinato dalla testa alla coda e pescato responsabilmente.
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World Oceans Day is the world day for the preservation of the sea, established by the United Nations Organization, in order to focus on the importance that the sea has for our lives. We will celebrate it on June 8th at Capofaro Locanda & Malvasia, in Salina. On the occasion of World Oceans Day, from 7.30 pm chef Ludovico De Vivo will cook a four-course dinner using only local seasonal fish, cooked from head to tail and fished responsibly.

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Fishing HURTS - A Movement for Fishes!

Several animal rights groups nationwide will be hosting outreach events on #WorldOceansDay. Together we will raise awareness on the plight of fish, the ocean, and the devastating effect the fishing industry has on our very existence.

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Fishing HURTS - A Movement for Fishes!

Several animal rights groups nationwide will be hosting outreach events on #WorldOceansDay. Together we will raise awareness on the plight of fish, the ocean, and the devastating effect the fishing industry has on our very existence.

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Fishing HURTS - A Movement for Fishes!

Several animal rights groups nationwide will be hosting outreach events on #WorldOceansDay. Together we will raise awareness on the plight of fish, the ocean, and the devastating effect the fishing industry has on our very existence.

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