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Tulum International School: World Oceans Day 2019

We will be highlighting the importance that our oceans have on the health of our planet and of our own.

Coming together sharing our wisdom with the public representing our cause for action outside the school by creating signs of awareness for the public to see. As well as displays of art, a refill water station, a refill booth sharing different products that are teaching us about the importance of reduction and reusing for the protection of our oceans and planet.

We are grateful to be partnering with Oceanic Global in which we will be implementing “The Oceanic Standard” in our school next year to become completely zero waste. If you are interested in learning more about the importance of our oceans, come join us!

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Turn The Tide Film Tour - Avoca Theatre

Turn The Tide Film Tour
Thurs 6th June 6:30pm
Tickets $10ea
Or family of 4 for $30

Sponsored by our mates atMajestic Whale Encounters

Featuring the most inspirational, educational and entertaining films related ocean conservation from independent filmmakers around the globe.

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Turn The Tide Film Tour - World Oceans Day
Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Turn The Tide Film Tour - World Oceans Day

Featuring the most inspirational, educational and entertaining films related ocean conservation from independent filmmakers around the globe.

 

Thanks to our sponsors - Majestic Whale Encounters & Central Coast Council

A "People for Environmental Action" initiative.

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Turtle Boat
Turtle Boat - Colorado Poki Salads
Turtle Boat

Celebrate World Oceans Day with delicious, sustainable seafood! On Saturday, June 8 customers can enjoy a World Oceans Day special recommended by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. Turtle Boat will also be distibuting Seafood Watch stickers. Seafood Watch helps 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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Turtle Trot 5K
Georgia Aquarium
Turtle Trot 5K

Georgia Aquarium’s annual Turtle Trot 5k is back for its second year! Whether your motivation is to get in shape or make an impact on aquatic animal conservation, join us on June 1 as we run, jog and walk for our one world ocean.

The Turtle Trot will take place in the heart of downtown Atlanta and is perfect for beginners and seasoned runners alike.

Registration includes:
- Collectible t-shirt
- A finisher’s medal
- Runner’s hospitality
- A sponsor fair at the end of the race

The 5k’s top male and female finishers from each age group will receive one general admission ticket to Georgia Aquarium. The top male and female finishers in the Masters age group (40+) will win an up-close animal encounter for two (valued up to $130). The top overall male and female finishers will win an up-close animal encounter for two (valued up to $130) and a Big Peach Running Co. gift card!

The event will begin and end at Pemberton Place, giving participants easy access to Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, and more. Children may participate in the 5k run, so long as they complete the course at the minimum pace of 20 minutes per mile. There will also be a free Toddler Fun Run 50-meter dash for children ages 0-4 who may not be ready for a full 5k run. All proceeds from the Turtle Trot go to Georgia Aquarium’s research and conservation programs that directly benefit aquatic species, including turtles. Sign up today!

Race Day Schedule:
6:30am: Late Registration and Packet Pickup opens near Aquarium entrance on Baker Street
8:00am: 5k Race Start on Baker Street
8:45am: Toddler Fun Run 50-meter dash starts in Pemberton Place (intended for children ages 0-4)
9:00am: Awards Ceremony in Pemberton Place


For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit: https://www.georgiaaquarium.org/events/event/turtle-trot-5k/

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Turtle Week 2019
Scuba Junkie Penida
Turtle Week 2019

Our first Turtle Week here at Scuba Junkie Penida! We’ve got some great presentations lined up, Trash Hero beach clean, turtle ID workshop and lots more! See the itinerary for full details.

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Twitter Chat Value Our Ocean

We will be engaging with a Twitter audience on how we value our oceans! You can look forwards to discussing problems and solutions around our consumption that affects the ocean, whether it's plastic or sustainable seafood. We will also be talking about who the responsibility and ability lies with to make this change, and we can do and are doiing to value our oceans!

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UN COUP DE POUCE POUR LA NATURE!
Parc Basile-Routhier
UN COUP DE POUCE POUR LA NATURE!

Rendez-vous au pavillon d'accueil dès 13 h pour mettre la main à la pâte et donner un éclat de beauté au parc Basile-Routhier et ses berges. Plantation, nettoyage et plaisir seront de la partie!

INFOS PRATIQUES

Date(s) : 1er juin 2019

Heures : 13:00 à 16:00

Lieu :
Pavillon d'accueil du Parcours Gouin
10905 Rue Basile Routhier
Montréal QC
H2C 0A8
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Langue : Français

Public cible : Tous

Inscription nécessaire : Non

Pour plus de renseignements sur l'activité, contactez:
judithlacharite@guepe.qc.ca

 

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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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Underwater Clean Up - Mangamaripeta Beach - Vizag

We are an SSI local dive shop hear in Rushikonda, Vizag.  Apart from beach cleanups we regularly undertake underwater cleanups also, what better occasion to do the same on World's Oceans Day 2019 to spread the awareness? Thank you for this opportunity to put it out there! 

The Ocean feeds us, she is like a mother and we treat her with the respect and dignity. To take care of our mother is the least we can do, after all everything she does for all of us! The Earth is not just 21% of the land.

Of you are a certified diver hanging around Vizag, you are most welcome to join with us, or if you just want to participate you can join cheering up our awesome divers!! 

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Underwater Photography Display
Pi Theatre, Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage
Underwater Photography Display

Stevenage Underwater Photographic Society are displaying some of their best underwater images in the Pi Gallery of the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage. On Saturday the 15th June one member will be showing  a 3D display of images of whales, dolphins whale sharks, manta rays and corals. The 3D display will running from 10AM till 5PM. 

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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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United By Blue Cleanup - Washington DC
Anacostia Recreation Center
United By Blue Cleanup - Washington DC

Join United By Blue for a community cleanup event in Rock Creek Park in celebration of World Oceans Day! 

We'll spend the morning cleaning the trails and creek banks in this historic National Park. Following the cleanup, volunteers can enjoy a complimentary lunch provided by Luke's Lobster.

Help us bring our mission of removing a pound of trash from waterways for every product we sell to life by joining us for this cleanup. We'll provide cleanup supplies, water and reusable water bottles, and snacks. You bring sturdy shoes, long pants, and your friends!

This cleanup is held in participation with Capitol Hill Ocean Week.

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United Nations Association Leadership Summit
Ronald Reagan International Trade Center
United Nations Association Leadership Summit

Advance the mission of The Ocean Project by joining the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) at the2019 Global Leadership Summit June 9-11, in Washington, D.C.

With more than 200 chapters and 20,000 members, UNA-USA is the largest network of advocates and supporters of the UN. The Global Leadership Summit is one of UNA-USA’s most important and exciting events each year. Join 500 advocates from around the country in this unparalleled opportunity to hone your advocacy skills, learn from U.S. Government and UN officials about some of the world's most pressing challenges – including Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water - and lobby on Capitol Hill to encourage members of Congress to fully fund the vital work of the UN, its programs and agencies.

This is your moment to fight for what’s right. Register online today for the discounted student rate of $30 (prices go up on April 15).

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Upcycling Workshop
Qizaocun Villager Activity Center
Upcycling Workshop

World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council member Wenqin Zhang used the World Oceans Day Upcycling Guidebook to educate students on the importance of transforming waste materials, by-products and unwanted products into new materials at the Qizaocun Community Center in Shanghai, China. 

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Using Long-term Monitoring to Understand Human Impacts on Hawaiian Reefs

Coral Reef Assessment and Monitoring (CRAMP) sites are located on reefs throughout the Main Hawaiian Islands, and have been monitored periodically since the year 1997. In this talk, we will discuss how the CRAMP sites on O‘ahu have changed throughout the years and take a closer look into those heavily influenced by human interaction. We will then discuss how these sites compare to the most heavily snorkeled reef in the Main Hawaiian Islands, Hanauma Bay, O‘ahu, HI.

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Ventura's World Ocean's Day Celebration in Coordination with March 4 Ocean

Our event is in celebration of the nationwide World Ocean's Day in an effort to bring awareness to the decreasing health of our oceans. We want to pioneer the first WOD event in our community of Ventura to educate marine conservation as well as create a time where friends and family can gather and create memories. 

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Viento Frio Beach Clean up
Viento Frio, Colón, Panamá
Viento Frio Beach Clean up

Viento Frio is a remote village in the North Coast of Colon Province in Panama, Central America. Our company is located in this area and we promote Oceans care. We developed strong and close relationships with local communities and encourage them to take care about the Oceans. It will be the 4th year that we organize the beach cleaning to commemorate the World Oceans Day. We are happy and motivated.

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Viento Frio Beach Cleaning
Javier Visuetti
Viento Frio Beach Cleaning

At Costa Arriba de Colon, Panama will be our 4 year doing it at Oceans Day.

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