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Go with the Flow
Point Pleasant Park
Go with the Flow

*FREE* All are welcome.


Join us for a refreshing, reviving & relaxing evening yoga class in Point Pleasant Park, Sunday, June 2 from 1130am - 12:30pm. 

The class will be held next to the water, at Site #9 - Sailor's Memorial.

(Bring a yoga mat & plenty of water too!)***


The seaside session will be led by:

Leslie Bishop:

"Leslie Bishop has been teaching yoga for more than 15 years, and with an ERYT-500 designation spends her time teaching others interested in the practice and lifestyle of the 8 Limbs of yoga. Certified as a yoga teacher trainer and yoga life coach, with a background in performance and communication, Leslie is currently ending a one year sabbatical for where she examined the yoga of relationship.  

Leslie holds a private practice in Halifax, N.S. and leads retreats for those looking to reclaim curiosity, connection and passion inwardly through physical movement while taking a deeper look at the wisdom of emotional intelligence for the purpose of outward connection."

Nikki Martin:

"Nikki Martin is a Writer and full time Yoga Teacher living on the eastern shore of Nova Scotia. Through her own life experience, and through teaching, she has come to believe whole heartedly in the practice of Yoga as one that can offer space to heal, find strength, build new habits and that always provides an opportunity to take much needed time for ourselves. You can find her teaching at a number of yoga studios in the HRM or in her spare time somewhere near the ocean."

Event by Oceans Week HFX / Ecology Action Centre Marine Team / enVie: A Vegan Kitchen

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Going Atlantic Blue - to celebrate our Atlantic ocean on World Oceans Day

Famous buildings and landmarks across Ireland will ‘Go Atlantic Blue’ over the weekend 7-10 June to celebrate our connection to the Atlantic Ocean, as part of World Oceans Day. The global day (Saturday 8 June) connects people worldwide in celebrating the ocean, its importance in our lives and how each of us can protect it, no matter where we live.

In Ireland, more than 20 different landmarks are expected to participate in the day by lighting up their buildings. Businesses, shops, schools and homes across the country will also ‘Go Atlantic Blue’ on the day. Everyone’s participation will highlight the strong connection that people in Ireland have with the Atlantic Ocean and the multiple ways that it affects and enriches our daily lives.

‘Go Atlantic Blue’ is being spearheaded in Ireland by AORA (Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance) against the backdrop of SeaFest 2019 (7-9 June) and Our Ocean Wealth Summit (9-10 June), both taking place in Cork. SeaFest is Ireland’s national maritime festival andOur Ocean Wealth Summit is Ireland’s flagship event for the marine sector, bringing together Irish and international organisations to create innovative and sustainable solutions to drive our blue economy.

It’s the first year to ‘Go Atlantic Blue’ with the aim of raising awareness of the vital role that the Atlantic Ocean plays in the lives of Irish people, no matter how near or far they live from the Atlantic coastline. AORA (www.atlanticresource.org) promotes through its work the development of an ‘Atlantic community’, made up of citizens of countries that neighbour the Atlantic Ocean.

How you can ‘Go Atlantic Blue’

  • Decorate your business/home/school with an ocean blue colour – add dark blue filters, fairy lights or blue light bulbs in outdoor lights
  • Dress in ocean blue clothing e.g. T-shirts, wear a blue wig or paint your face dark blue
  • Organise your own ‘Ocean Blue’ themed event

Share how you ‘Go Atlantic Blue’

  • Take a photo or video of how you’ve gone Atlantic Blue and share it on social media platforms. Feel free to share what makes the Atlantic Ocean special to you
  • Tag your social media posts with #WorldOceansDay and #GoAtlanticBlue to link with a community of fellow ocean appreciators!
  • Tag AORA in your tweets (@AtlanticAll) and also tag @Seafest and @OurOceanWealth if you’ve room!
  • Share this document with your network– maybe they would like to celebrate the Atlantic Ocean by joining you inGoing Atlantic Blue

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Gold Coast Green Week
Gold Coast Green Week
Gold Coast Green Week

We have a whole heap of pop up clean up events during Green week! Get amongst it!

June 1st
Land + Sea Clean at Tallebudgera
Pure Aloha Yoga + SUP Positive Change for Marine Life Surfrider Foundation Gold Coast Tweed Jala Yoga Plastic Free Gold Coast Bush to Coast Expeditions

June 2nd
Sea Shepherd MDC Beach Clean at Surfers Paradise
Sea Shepherd Australia - Marine Debris Campaign Surfrider Foundation Gold Coast Tweed

June 2nd
Panamuna Beach Clean Up at Coolangatta 
Panamuna Project 

June 2nd
Palm Beach Clean Up at Palm Beach
Palm Beach Surf Club

June 8th
World Ocean Day Clean Up at Burleigh Heads
Humpbacks & High-Rises

June 9th
Balter Brewery Land + Sea Clean Up at Currumbin
Surfrider Foundation Gold Coast Tweed Balter HQ Balter Brewing Company

June 9th
Green Week Beach Clean Up at Main Beach
RocketAce Eco- surfboards 


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Gold Sailing Expedition
Duke of Edinburgh's Award sailing Gold expedition - marina and ecology survey and beach clean.
Gold Sailing Expedition

Sailing on the west coast of Scotland exploring the coast and islands and undertaking beach cleans.

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Good Robot Film Screening
Good Robot Brewing Company
Good Robot Film Screening

Plastic Ocean screening: "If it was happening in one gyre, they suspected it was happening in all of them. But the filmmakers needed experts to prove it. Scientists were brought in at each stage to analyze the findings from one part of the story to add their data to the overall report on the five gyres. In the center of the Pacific Ocean gyre researchers found more plastic than plankton. A Plastic Ocean documents the newest science, proving how plastics, once they enter the oceans, break up into small particulates that enter the food chain where they attract toxins like a magnet. These toxins are stored in seafood’s fatty tissues, and eventually consumed by us."


Event by EAC Marine Action
Event is 19+

Event contact:
Alex Ross

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GOS X Ocean Mimic - Mozambique beach clean

Join us for the beach clean of the year this World Oceans Day in Mozambique! Partnering with Ocean Mimic, Girls in Ocean Science is organising beach clean-ups all over the world and we would love for you to be a part of this one!

Event Coordinators: Jennifer Thomson and Nakia Cullain
Event Location: Praia de Zavora beach, Inharrime, Inhambane, Mozambique
Event Time: 3pm-5pm
Event Details: Meet next to the Zavora lodge / Zavora Marine lab. Everyone from the local community as well as the interns and researchers from the lab are welcome to join!

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GOS X Ocean Mimic Clean Up - Wales

Join us for the beach clean of the year this World Oceans Day in Wales! Partnering with Ocean Mimic, Girls in Ocean Science is organising beach clean-ups all over the world and we would love for you to be a part of this one!

Event Coordinator: Thea Moule
Event Location: Beach at the front of the Sea Zoo.
Meet up in the Sea Zoo carpark and walk to the beach.
Event Time: 9:45-11:00am

Meet up in the Sea Zoo car park and we will all head down to the beach together. The beach clean will commence for one hour. Once finished we will head back to the Sea Zoo for refreshments. A gazebo will be present outside to display the beach rubbish collected. Here you shall have the opportunity to come discuss any questions you may have about plastics or current impacts the ocean is facing.
All equipment shall be provided by the Sea Zoo. Please ensure you wear appropriate footwear for walking on the beach.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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GP Shoreditch: Group Social: Walk in Woodbury Wetlands

GP Shoreditch: Group Social: Walk in Woodbury Wetlands

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An outstanding team of planet lovers have, this Saturday June 8 2019, here on Gran Canaria, achieved an extraordinary new record for World Oceans Day, and (pending official verification) they hope to be recognised as Guinness World Record holders for the most nationalities ever gathered together to complete a beach clean.

Oceans4Life is a charitable association set up here on the island little over a year ago by British resident Julie Dass with her son Nathan, with a whole bunch of support from family and husband Dean, who have gathered a wonderful multinational team of volunteers to send a clear message for everyone to hear, that when people from all over the world work together they can achieve amazing things.



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Grand forum des communautés résilientes

Le Grand forum des communautés résilientes, c’est l’opportunité de s’inspirer et de mettre à profit l’intelligence collective pour mieux répondre ensemble aux enjeux sociaux, environnementaux et économiques générés par les changements climatiques.

Au-delà d’un partage des savoirs issus des communautés et de la recherche, les participantEs seront amené à co-construire des solutions et des projets collaboratifs lors d’ateliers participatifs. En parallèle, un appel à l’action sera élaboré et validé par les participantEs durant l’événement, afin d’interpeller les acteurs de la recherche, les éluEs et les praticiens municipaux à agir conjointement pour accroître la résilience des communautés et faciliter l’adaptation aux changements climatiques.

L’événement veut rassembler des collectivités membres de la Rés-Alliance, des professionnelLEs des secteurs publics, municipaux et communautaires, des chercheurEes et des étudiantEs, des représentantEs des communautés des Premières Nations, des éluEs et des citoyenNEs engagéEs. C’est un rendez-vous les 4 et 5 juin prochain !

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Grand Palladium Riviera Maya x World Oceans Day
Grand Palladium Colonial Resort & Spa
Grand Palladium Riviera Maya x World Oceans Day

Grand Palladium and TRS hotels in Mexico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Brazil will be supporting the International Ocean Day with different educational and sports activities for their guest, aligned with their environmental responsibility.

 Snorkeling, water aerobics, environmental activities and a reading of a manifestoare part of the activities programmed to celebrate it and to call for awareness and reflection.

Our properties in Riviera Maya, Jamaica and Vallarta actively promote the conservation of marine turtles through specific and fixed beach campsite to protect the eggs and release their baby turtles. Activities are planned and monitored by authorized and specialized environmental engineers, biologists and volunteers. 

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Great Nova Scotia Pick-Me-Up
Alderney Landing Farmers Market
Great Nova Scotia Pick-Me-Up

We will be at the Alderney Landing Farmers Market hosting a litter clean-up along the shoreline and talking about the effects of litter in our oceans & waterways.

Event By Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway Program Association


Event contact:
Amy Langille

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Great Yarmouth Beach Clean
SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth Beach Clean

Beach clean as part of the SEA LIFE Trust 24 hour Global Clean Up in partnership with over 50 SEA LIFE aquaria around the world.

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Green Expo
National Arena
Green Expo

GREEN EXPO is organized by the Jamaica Conservation and Development Trust (JCDT) - a non-government organisation and registered charity which promotes environmental conservation and sustainable development for the benefit of Jamaica with particular emphasis on the Blue and John Crow Mountains (BJCM).

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Green Hope Foundation Bahamas Beach Clean

Beach Clean with Green Hope Foundation at Ship Channel Cay island!

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Green Wave Market 2019

Green wave Vanuatu is proud to organize its first market in Espace Alliance francaise downtown Port Vila. The Green Wave Market will be an opportunity to discover alternatives to single use plastic items, organic products and solutions to protect our environment. A selection of exhibitors is from all over Vanuatu and will display their products.
Opening on Wednesday 5 June at 5pm - Public event
The market will be open until Saturday 8 June at 12 pm
For more information, send a private message.

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GreenPeace World Oceans Day
St Enoch subway station Glasgow, United Kingdom
GreenPeace World Oceans Day

People all around the world on Saturday 8 June will be wearing blue clothes with blue faces to create human waves to demonstrate their love for the oceans and the urgent need to protect them with a strong oceans global treaty.
We will be meeting outside St. Enoch subway. Come and join us and please wear blue clothes. Blue face paint will be provided and all welcome!

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Greensboro Science Center Celebrates World Oceans Day

GREENSBORO, NC -- On Saturday, June 8 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., the Greensboro Science Center (GSC) is celebrating our oceans with special activities designed to commemorate World Oceans Day. Guests are encouraged to come dressed in their best Hawaiian shirt and sun hat to celebrate this year’s theme: Together We Can Protect and Restore Our Ocean.

Participants will learn how we can work together to create cleaner oceans and a better future. Activities include a creek clean-up, a bubble station, crafts, educational aquarium talks, and fun giveaways. Octonauts and Dr. Seuss coloring pages, as well as ocean-themed temporary tattoos, will also be available.

In addition to the activities outlined above, partners from throughout the community will be on site offering additional activities and demonstrations, including:

  • Greensboro Recycling will show guests how to reduce use of single-use plastics.
  • Stormwater SMART will allow guests to explore human impact on the water cycle.
  • Air Awareness will demonstrate light bulb efficiency.
  • Greensboro Water Bar will offer samples of water sourced from across the county.
  • Reconsidered Goods will show guests how to make recycled plastic bottle cap lei necklaces.
  • Haw River Assembly will join GSC staff in leading a creek clean up and macroinvertebrate study.

Educational talks throughout the day include:

  • 10:00 a.m. – Penguin Feeding
  • 11:00 a.m. – Shark Reef Dive
  • 3:30 p.m. – Penguin Feeding
  • 4:00 p.m. – Shark Reef Feeding

World Oceans Day activities are free with general admission or GSC membership. General admission is $14.50 for adults ages 14 - 64, $13.50 for children ages 3 - 13, and $13.50 for seniors ages 65+. Children 2 and under are free.

About the Greensboro Science Center
The Greensboro Science Center is a premier family attraction in North Carolina that offers the state's first accredited inland aquarium, a hands-on science museum, an accredited Animal Discovery Zoological Park, a state-of-the-art OmniSphere Theater, and SKYWILD, an animal-inspired treetop adventure park. The GSC is also NC's only dually accredited AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums) and AAM (American Alliance of Museums) science attraction – an honor only 14 attractions in the nation can claim. The Greensboro Science Center is located at 4301 Lawndale Drive in Greensboro and is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. For more information, visit www.greensboroscience.org.

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Groms Club: Crystal Cove Tidepool Tour
Crystal Cove State Park - Pelican Point
Groms Club: Crystal Cove Tidepool Tour

Don't miss this exceptional opportunity for a VIP encounter with Crystal Cove's tidepools. Learn about the animals who thrive there and how they adapt to their ever-changing environment. Then, stick around to enjoy a day at the beach! We invite you to join us for an informal Plastic-Free Potluck afterwards. Just bring your reusable picnic gear and a snack to share with your fellow groms!

The tour is limited to 30 people, so register today! Registration for the event is a suggested donation of $3 per person. Each participant must be registered regardless of age.

The registration fee is considered a donation to the Newport Beach Chapter of Surfrider Foundation, and it is not refundable. Parent participation is required. Recommended ages are 4-12, but children of all ages are welcome. Light snacks will be provided. You will receive a confirmation email with additional details closer to the event.

Parking Details: Pelican Point – Enter at the Pelican Point entrance. After paying the $15 day-use fee at the entrance kiosk, turn right and park in Pelican Parking Lot #2 (P-2). There is a boardwalk connected to the paved multi-use trail alongside the parking lot. Follow the boardwalk out onto the bluff and it will guide you to a trail down to the Pelican Point tidepools.

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Guam World Oceans Day Expo
Micronesia Mall
Guam World Oceans Day Expo

"Individual, we are a drop. Together, we are an OCEAN."

Please join us at Micronesia Mall from 11am-2pm. There will be booths from organizations across the island, activites and games for everyone in the family, and face painting. Come learn about the ocean surrounding our beautiful island home and what we can do to protect it. 

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