World Oceans Day is June 8th

World Oceans Day is June 8th

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World Oceans Day, held every June 8th, is the UN-recognized day of ocean celebration and action. People all over our blue planet organize celebrations – which can be a huge event in your community, a special announcement, or anything in between – to support action to protect the ocean. This year, the theme is Healthy oceans, healthy planet, and we’re making a special effort to stop plastic pollution.

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    Today is World Oceans Day

    Happy World Oceans Day! People around the globe have been celebrating all weekend, and the ocean fun is just beginning. Here are some ways you can join in: Take a selfie for the sea...

    by Alyssa Isakower
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    Leading restaurants help protect our oceans

    This is a guest post by Daniel Heffron of Environmental Justice Foundation To celebrate World Oceans Day, Sunday 8th June 2014, the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) is teaming up with leading restaurants to raise...

    by Alyssa Isakower
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    Last minute World Oceans Day event ideas!

    June 8th is just around the corner – we can’t believe it’s come so quickly! But don’t freak out, it’s NOT too late to do something for the ocean. Here are some last-minute, quick...

    by Alyssa Isakower
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    World Oceans Day Updates

    Click here to download the World Oceans Day 2014 Press Release. On June 8th 2014, people in communities around the globe will celebrate this year’s World Oceans Day with the theme of ‚ÄúTogether we...

    by Alyssa Isakower
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    New Octonauts resources and images

    We’d like to announce our new partnership with independent media company Silvergate Media for its brand Octonauts – we’re providing coloring sheets and graphics for partners who want to incorporate Octonauts into their event....

    by Alyssa Isakower
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    Support clean energy for ocean health

    Protect our ocean from acidification Ocean acidification is one of the greatest threats to the ocean, and, ultimately to humankind. Since the Industrial Revolution, ocean acidity has increased by 30%. The culprit? Carbon dioxide...

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