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The Lobster Trap: World Oceans Day Sustainable Seafood Special

Celebrate World Oceans Day with delicious, sustainable seafood! On Saturday, June 8 customers can enjoy a World Oceans Day special rated as a green Best Choice by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. The Lobster Trapl will also be distibuting Seafood Watch stickers and consumer guides to help people make better seafood choices for a healthy ocean. Shop and dine with businesses who are supporting responsible practices and download the Seafood Wath app as a free guide.

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The MMT Blog / World Oceans Day

Join Major Marine Tours in celebrating World Oceans Day on June 8th! On this day, people around the world come together to celebrate and protect our oceans. Healthy oceans are critical to a healthy planet. As a company that explores the incredible marine ecosystems and wildlife of Alaska, Major Marine Tours is committed to doing what we can to protect our oceans.

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The MY HERO Project World Oceans Day Screening

Enjoy a free short film screening of uplifting short films that honor World Ocean’s Day and Peace and Social Justice, hosted by filmmaker and social justice activist, Trey Carlisle, and MY HERO International Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.The event takes place in Moss Theater at New Roads School.

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The Nautilus Project WOD competition - Together We Can!

We have been supporting WOD for the last number of years. TNP open a marine awareness competition to all institutions of learning in Gibraltar. 2017 was themed - The Dangers Of Plastic in Our Oceans. 2018 was themed - Our sealife is amazing. 2019, in conjunction with your theme, is Together We Can.

Further we organise the Great Gibraltar Beach Cleans on a monthly basis and come June 8th, a clean is always booked on this day.

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The Ocean
Världskulturmuseet i Göteborg/Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg
The Ocean

The Ocean

To celebrate the "World Oceans Day", Norrby Vocal Ensemble, under the leadership of Mrs Sara Korsgren Norrby, will perform a lunch concert - "The Ocean" - at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg, Sweden (8:th of June 2019, 12 pm). The concert has got a water theme inspired by the museum’s exhibition - "Human Nature". It focus on The Ocean, how mankind relates to it and to the nature, includiing several different genres, from Oskar Lindberg to Coldplay. In centrum of it all stands a completely new choir works, "The Ocean", composed by Mrs Kristin Stenerhag, which this day of honor gets its premiere. As a part of the concert also the author, Professor Mr Gustaf Olsson, will hold a speech: "The Ocean – our lifesource and dump", about the global water situation.

When Norrby Vocal Ensemble performs; content, expression and emotions are as important as musicality and clarity. The ensemble got about 30 members and was started in 2013 by Mrs Sara Korsgren Norrby. The choir has held several well-attended theme concerts and performances: "Courage", "With eyes sensitive to green", "A heavenly life", "How fragile we are", "Our moment on earth", "Hope, Hope - that’s how we look on it", to mention some.

The composer of the choral work "The Ocean", Mrs Kristin Stenerhag, is a resident of Värmdö, Stockholm. She got a solid background as a musician and artist and has for many years arranged music for large and small contexts within a variety of different genres. In the performance of  "The Ocean" she explores the possibilities for her music to give the nature a place and voice in the public conversation, a voice that is so important today. "The Ocean" is her first part of a series of music for choir on the same theme.

Welcome to "The Ocean" performed by Norrby Vocal Ensemble at the Museum of  World Culture in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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The Ocean Breathes - Sealight
Zandvoort aan Zee
The Ocean Breathes - Sealight

Art-exhibition in the studio in Trainstation Zandvoort aan Zee, the Netherlands.

and show of this film:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3V8afg89AA

 

 

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The Ocean does not need you - You need the Ocean

Students come out in numbers to help raise awareness of the challenges our Oceans are facing. It was also an opportunity for these students to ask Q's and learn more about the theme of Gender and Oceans.

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The Ocean Festival
Singapore International School of Bangkok
The Ocean Festival

From June 3rd to June 7th, the Singapore International School of Bangkok (Thailand) will celebrate the World Ocean Day by organizing  the Ocean Festival for a week:

  • Hosting activities in the school assembly area for students from 3-6 years old (400 students)
  • Online Video call with professional diver based in South Korea who run Project Aware: Dive Against Debris.  
  • Activity Stations related with the Ocean Theme and displaying Art Work for parents related with the Ocean. 
  • Collecting & donating Plastic to the Precious Plastic Bangkok after Art Display
  • Theme Ocean Dress up Day

The goal of the Ocean Festival is to create social awareness in the school community and inspire our children to take action to take care of our ocean and environment. 

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The Ocean Leadership Conference

A who’s who of leading figures from shipping, ocean industries, politics, business, finance, and more take the stage, and the seats, for Nor-Shipping’s prestigious conference in Lillestrøm.

This celebrates successes, outlines challenges and helps steer a course for the development of the industry, as true global visionaries share their thoughts on some of today’s, and tomorrow’s, most pressing issues.

For more information visit http://www.nor-shipping.com/the-nor-shipping-conference/

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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 Plastic Ocean Swimming Challenge

The new generation is reunited with Thai people who love the sea on earth day (world oceans day). The most exotic activity in the world is " plastic bottle satire the society, reflecting the garbage, overflowing the sea that all people need to share.

2th of June, the director. The Hospital. Ml The Chief of the swimming project among the plastic bottles in the world sea day event (world oceans day) 2019 reveals that it is a memorial to commemorate the efforts of reducing garbage in the current sea. It is increasing to be an important problem in Thailand. And all over the world, on the occasion of the world's sea day, on June 8th, the old student association, University of Cambridge, joined the students of the new generation of leadership certificate in democracy. ) The 1th generation, 2 AND 3 Royal Institute, the organization of National Science Museum, Bangkok's international school, and the heart of com (Taejai. Com) has organized a challenge to swim to reduce plastic waste in the sea, which will be up at 14.30 am-17.30 pm. The 8th of June. I am. At the pool area of Bangkok, school (Bangkok prep school) Soi Sukhumvit 53 Bangkok

The Director. The Hospital. Ml A says that the purpose of this event is to create a alert in the pollution that comes from plastic and plastic garbage in the sea, which is a guard to the aquarium. Giving the activists a deep awareness with a personal experience from activities, which people. Join the event, you can share photos and knowledge information by social media, and the purpose of hosting it is to raise money to help the sea animals injured, which in the afternoon, there will be a lot of fun activities, like swimming among plastic bottles. (cleaned up) In order to reflect the plastic trash problem in the sea, the sports competition, swimming, Underwater Photography, full of junk and many more enjoyment to increase awareness of the guard from plastic waste to the aquarium. By Income from the event will be given to the disease research center. Aquarium Aquarium, faculty of cuddle, the, chulalongkorn university.

" all this activity and fun will take place in the pool, which is full of plastic bottles that we clean. We prepared to simulate the sea atmosphere that the aquarium must face. If we don't speed up the garbage problems, overflowing the sea. If you are not awake now, guarantee that the future plastic garbage will have to be. Full Sea for sure. If you try to swim in the trash, plastic will know the feeling of the aquarium how hard they feel. " Prof. The Hospital. Ml The drug says and backing that the interested in event or donation can contact to register via the website " pour the heart. The computer. Com) from now on, count as the hope of the host to have a lot of co-event, join the fun, ready to do good deeds to campaign, reduce plastic garbage to build the community, sea, clear water and strengthen the good health to the aquarium and the people in the next generation.
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The Plett Ocean's Day Challenge

The Fat Fish Restaurant in Plettenberg Bay, in partnership with Nature’s Valley Trust, Renew Able Plett, Keep Plett Clean and Plett Tourism, has spearheaded an initiative – The Plett Ocean’s Day Challenge. The objective is to eliminate three particular single-use plastics in the restaurant industry in the area. The challenge was aimed at every local restaurant, café, and take-away business in Plettenberg Bay to try and achieve three objectives by 8 June 2019 – World Ocean’s Day:

·      The elimination of plastic straws

·      The elimination of individually wrapped after-dinner sweets

·      The elimination of polystyrene take-away containers

The challenge was officially launched on the 10th April with a workshop hosted by The Fat Fish for local business owners. Here, owners were briefed on the challenge and equipped with the tools and resources required to make these changes within their establishments. Over 20 businesses pledged their support that day, with even more joining the cause since then. 

An informative handout listing suppliers, pricing and alternative products, produced by the Nature's Valley Trust, was handed out and will be distributed to all those who could not attend.  Rhian Berning from Renew Able Plett, led the presentation with a fascinating insight into the problem of plastic pollution and waste management as a whole and the ways in which business owners can begin to address these challenges.

The initiative aims to put Plettenberg Bay on the map as the No.1 SA destination that is proactive in eliminating single-use plastics and making a tangible difference.  The Plett Ocean’s Day Challenge has the potential to add an entirely new dimension to the town’s profile as one of SA’s Top Eco-Friendly destinations. In addition, the parties responsible are also hoping to turn this into a yearly challenge, focusing on different sectors within the local economy and expanding the objectives of those businesses that have already participated.

The Plett Ocean's Day Challenge will culminate in Beach Clean Up on the 8th June as we celebrate the establishments who pledged and made a plastic free Plett a reality.

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The Pout-Pout Fish Cleans Up the Ocean

Love the Pout-Pout Fish? Come meet illustrator Dan Hanna at Shedd to celebrate The Pout-Pout Fish Cleans Up the Ocean, the newest Pout-Pout book!

Illustrator Dan Hanna will be at Shedd's Polar Play Zone for storytime, autograph signing and illustrations.

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The Rio Project: Save Our Gulf!
Pueblo Montano Picnic Area and Trailhead
The Rio Project: Save Our Gulf!

As Miss New Mexico Earth, I want to make a HUGE impact for Think Global, Act Local month. What better way to act local but thinking global than cleaning one of the major rivers that feeds into our Gulf? The image to the left shows you the mouth of the Rio Grande, right as it meets the Gulf.

I have partnered with Albuquerque Parks and Recreation to host a River Clean Up for the Rio Grande on World Oceans Day, June 8th 2019.

Between 9:00am and 12:00pm we will be near the Pueblo Montano Picnic Area and Trailheadright below the Montano bridge! Come joing us and other members in the community to clean up the areas surrounding the water; not only saving our local ecosystems but those that reside in the Gulf of Mexico!

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The Swedish Royal Museum of Natural History celebrates World Oceans Day

Did you know that the oceans produce half of the oxygen we breathe?
On June 8, World Oceans Day is celebrated worldwide. The goal of World Oceans Day is to create interest in the wellbeing of the oceans and to pay attention to the threats facing the oceans and its inhabitants.
The health of the sea is also our health.
At the Museum of Natural History, we pay attention to the oceans by showing the magnificent BBC movie Oceans: Our Blue Planet at Cosmonova all day.

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The Vortex Swim
The Pacific Ocean
The Vortex Swim

On World Oceans Day Ben Lecomte will jump in the water and make his way from Hawaii to California through The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Following his 2018 expedition and world record attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean, Ben will now focus his attention on drawing attention to the state of our oceans, in particular, plastic pollution. On World Oceans Day we will launch The Vortex Swim, an online pledge to encourage followers to cut out single-use plastic from their daily lives. We would love to collaborate with World Oceans Day, to help push the campaign on a day so imporant to our expedition.

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The Vortex Swim Departure Event

You’re invited to come say goodbye to myself and my crew as we prepare to set sail on World Oceans Day, June 8th.

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The Whales in Our Waters

Learn about whales in our waters with an interactive photo slideshow. Discuss the threats facing them, the research that is being done to protect them, and how you can get involved in their conservation by reporting your sightings.

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The World Oceans between Development and Environmental Policy

The conference brings together stakeholders of the different sectors of german maritime policy. The main focus will be on the future of international maritime policy and the implementation of SDG 14. Discussions topics are maritime governance, deep sea mining and fisheries. The objective of the meeting is to strengthen the noticeability of the positions of civil society and to enhance the coherence of maritime policy. It is the eighth conference of its kind organized by Fair Oceans, Bread for the World and the German NGO Forum on Environment and Development.

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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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