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 June 8th, 2018



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Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Group Repatterning Session
Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Group Session
Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Group Repatterning Session

Add your voice to this FREE virtual Resonance Repatterning® session to heal our oceans. This repatterning takes place on World Oceans Day, June 8th at 5 pm Pacific and 8 pm Eastern time.  Wherever you live, you are affected by the quality of life of our oceans.  Your health and well-being depend on its vitality and connection for personal and global wellness.  You can take part from any place on the planet!

This 60-minute virtual group session begins with a Focus Questionnaire where you can add your positive intentions and concerns. This is followed by a teleconference that will be recorded so you can listen at your own leisure to receive the benefit of working at the quantum level to create a ripple effect for positive change for our oceans and our planet.

The oceans of the world affect us all. Here is your personal invitation to add your voice to this World Oceans Day Virtual Repatterning from wherever you live on the planet.

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Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Repatterning
Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Repatterning
Add Your Voice to World Oceans Day Virtual Repatterning

Add your voice to this FREE virtual Resonance Repatterning® session to benefit our oceans. This repatterning takes place on World Oceans Day, June 8th at 5 pm Pacific and 8 pm Eastern time.  Wherever you live, you are affected by the quality of life of our oceans.  Your health and well-being depend on its vitality and connection for personal and global wellness.  You can take part from any place on the planet!

This session begins with a Focus Questionnaire where you can add your positive intentions and concerns. This is followed by a teleconference that will be recorded so you can listen at your own leisure to receive the benefit of working at the quantum level to create a ripple effect for positive change for our oceans and our planet.

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Adults Seashore Safari
Walpole Bay, CLifftonville
Adults Seashore Safari

For newcomers to rockpooling and wanting to learn more about what they see on the shore, come and explore Thanet's chalk reef for its fascinating rockpool wildlife! Identification sheets and equipment is provided and there is help on hand to identify your finds. Wear suitable footwear for rocks and rockpools!

We will also have a table of alternatives to plastics on display and advice on how making a switch can help protect our oceans!

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Adventures on the High Seas: 6/11-6/15 (Ages 3-4)
South Valley Community Church, Gilroy Campus
Adventures on the High Seas: 6/11-6/15 (Ages 3-4)

$150

 

It’s a pirate’s life for us! Join us for a seafaring adventure, as our preschool pirates sail to an island oasis filled with pirate ships, buried treasure, sand castles, seashells, and more… The children will create animals that live in the ocean, paint and sail ships of their own, bake an edible “sand” castle, and dress up like pirates. It will be a swashbuckling good time! 

 

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Africa Blue Economy Forum 2018
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel
Africa Blue Economy Forum 2018

The first Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF) will take place on 7-8 June 2018 at Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK. Recognising the blue economy as a major source of wealth and prosperity for the continent, the forum will bring together government officials, high-level experts, investors, businesses, policy leaders, international organisations, civil society, public institutions and other opinion leaders, to highlight and debate on the wide range of opportunities emerging from Africa’s aquatic and marine spaces. The two-day event features panel discussions, case studies and networking opportunities. For the full agenda and list of speakers, and to register, visit the website.

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Against the Tides - Film screening and Q&A
Showroom Cinema 3, Sheffield
Against the Tides - Film screening and Q&A

Sheffield Doc/Fest will present the World Premiere of Stefan Stuckert's 'Against the Tides' on June 8th at the Showroom Cinema to celebrate our connection to the world's oceans.

The film follows the story of an extraordinary woman, marathon swimmer Beth French, attempting the world’s most extreme swimming challenge. Driven to be a role model for her autistic son, and by her battle with lifelong illness (ME), Beth confronts jellyfish, sharks, wild weather and reluctant skippers. But as her journey unfolds, dangers of the sea prove easier to conquer than upheavals of the heart.

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al salvataggio delle coste- let's save the costs #guardianidellacosta'
Liceo scientifico E. Vittorini, Naples, Italy, group class 3B
al salvataggio delle coste- let's save the costs #guardianidellacosta'

This is a video made up by a group of students who come from the Vittorini grade school (Naples, Italy). they made some interviews, about the ocean's pollution, to some guys and also to a fisherman, for the project 'guardiani della costa'.
The 2nd link is a PowerPoint with some polls (only for guys from 14 to 18 years old) wich deal with this problem.

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Alannah Weston: "How To Save The World: The War on Plastic".

Last night Alannah Weston, Selfridges Group Deputy Chairman announced a new pledge for Project Ocean. “Every year on World Oceans Day we will announce a new commitment to reducing single-use plastic, until we have removed every plastic problem from our business".

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Albatross a film by Chris Jordan
Fremantle Sailing Club
Albatross a film by Chris Jordan

Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Campaign Australia &  Plastic Free July

invite you to an intimate screening of ALBATROSS by Chris Jordan

ALBATROSS is a powerful visual journey into the heart of a gut-wrenching environmental tragedy. On Midway island, in the remote North Pacific Ocean, tens of thousands of Laysan albatross chicks lie dead on the ground, their bodies filled with plastic. ALBATROSS takes us on a journey, as we face this tragedy we must also confront our own complicity head on.

Chris Jordan, an Internationally-acclaimed photographer returned to Midway over many years with his team, documenting the cycles of life and death, and capturing stunning and intimate portraits of these magnificent seabirds.

This beautiful and powerful film will draw you in and leave you contemplating the impact of our disposable society and what we can all do about it.

Due to the generosity of the film-maker Chris Jordan this screening is FREE and any donations received will be gratefully accepted donated to Sea Shepherd Australia to aid us in the defence of the worlds oceans.

The film will be introduced by Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Campaign National Coordinator Liza Dicks and following the screening there will Q&A were both Liza Dicks and Plastic Free July founder Rebecca Prince-Ruiz will answer your questions.

Event Details;

*Thursday 21st June, 2018

*Fremantle Sailing Club – 151 Marine Terrace, Fremantle, WA.

*7.00pm - Doors open

*7.30pm Screening begins.

Join us and learn what we can all do individually and on a societal level to right this wrong.

For the oceans!

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Albatross Film Screening
Monash University Peninsula campus - Frankston
Albatross Film Screening

Join us for a free evening event with film screening, guest speakers and supper included.

In the heart of the world's greatest ocean, a story is taking place that may change the way you see everything.

ALBATROSS is a powerful visual journey into the heart of a gut-wrenching environmental tragedy. On Midway island, in the remote North Pacific Ocean, tens of thousands of Laysan albatross chicks lie dead on the ground, their bodies filled with plastic. ALBATROSS takes us on a journey, as we face this tragedy we must also confront our own complicity head on.

This beautiful and powerful film will draw you in and leave you contemplating the impact of our disposable society and what we can all do about it.

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Albatross Film Screening in Portland

Join us in honor of World Oceans Day for the PORTLAND SCREENING of the new film ALBATROSS! 

Presented in Collaboration with HI Portland Hawthorne HostelSurfrider Foundation Portland ChapterUnited Nations Association of PortlandHawthorne Boulevard Business Association and Spirit of 77.

Albatross is a stunning visual journey exploring the impacts of global plastic pollution through the eyes of the albatross on the remote Midway Atoll in the Hawaiian archipelago. Filmmaker Chris Jordan and team witness cycles of birth, life and death of these magnificent seabirds and challenge us to face consequences of our reliance on single-use plastics increasingly found in our ocean ecosystem. Join us for a post-screening discussion as we process the film and discuss ways you can take action! See the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/218502282

Admission is free for all viewers, with donations being invited on a voluntary basis. ALBATROSS contains some intense emotional content around grief and death, so we recommend it for viewers age 12 and older. 

Come dressed as your favorite marine creature and get your photo taken at our "I ditched the straw" photo/selfie station. Win great prizes at our raffle too. 

Your participation also supports our awesome hosts, Spirit of 77, who is one of the growing list of Portland's bars and restaurants who have agreed to ditch the plastic straw and start an upon request policy for a paper straw alternative!
#DitchTheStrawPDX

Schedule of Events:
6:00 PM - Doors Open
6:20 PM - Welcome Announcements
6:30 PM - Film Screening
8:10 PM - Last Call Raffle Announcement
8:15 PM - Discussion
8:45 PM - Raffle Winners & Prizes
9:00 PM - Event Ends 

Looking forward to seeing you there! 
Tip for Hawthorne Hostel guests: Be one of the first 10 people to sign up to attend and get your first drink on us!

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ALBATROSS Movie Screening

Join us for a free evening event with ALBATROSS Film Movie Screening, with guest speakers.

In the heart of the world's greatest ocean, a story is taking place that may change the way we see everything.

ALBATROSS is a powerful visual journey into the heart of a gut-wrenching environmental tragedy. On Midway island, in the remote North Pacific Ocean, tens of thousands of Laysan albatross chicks lie dead on the ground, their bodies filled with plastic. ALBATROSS takes us on a journey, as we face this tragedy we must also confront our own complicity head on.

This beautiful and powerful movie will draw you in and leave you contemplating the impact of our disposable society and what we can all do about it.

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All Nationalities at one Beach Clean
Playa San Augustin. Gran Canaria
All together!
Museum of Zoology "Doderlein"
All together!

ALL TOGETHER!

World Oceans Day 2018 at the Museum of Zoology “Doderlein”

SIMUA - University of Palermo

Public Conferences, Photo Contest, Teen Labs

 

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Alseenco Ocean
Iemanja House Estoril
Alseenco Ocean

On a private base we organise a private dinner at our house in Estoril, Portugal to celebrate the Ocean Day and to share common values and love related to the oceans. We will surprise our selected guests with some exclusive dishes that come from generous sea: i.e. you will try seaweed pasta,  seaweed bacon and other interesting food of the future. Than we will have a pool party and disco party at our private home night-club - the music and ambiance will be related to the sea. 

The event is free ! 

It starts 18.30 on the 8th of June. 

Limited to 8-10 individuals only. 

To be selected and join the event you just need to send a  what s app message to 0033622857626 , mentioning your full name ( first name and surname), nationality, age , why do you want to join us and what the Ocean means to you. 

Looking forward to celebrate World Ocean Day ! Let it be exceptional and valuable. 

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aMORE KINO: 'A Plastic Ocean', movie screening, Director: Craig Leeson, UK/Hong Kong/USA, 2016, 102 min

aMORE is the first festival entirely dedicated to the sea, an event intertwining art, culture and science.

Our goal is to draw the attention to the environmental, social, economic and cultural significance of marine ecosystems as well as to the causes of their degradation, all with the aim of their preservation.

aMORE aims to contribute towards raising the level of public awareness and the improvement of relation towards the sea, one developed and cultivated by local community, visitors and tourists alike.

The second and expanded  edition of aMORE festival takes place in Poreč, Zagreb and Pula from 23 May to 3 August 2018. aMORE CINEMA, aMORE ART AND aMORE EDU will guide you into the sea depths, to research the unknown and hidden, to talk  about sea, to think and act.

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An Invitation to Write About The Sea - Poems and Pictures

We invite children to write an eight line poem on particular topics and this years was inspired by the BBC Blue Planet 2. We were appalled at what is happening with our oceans, negatively affecting our sea and sea creatures.

We have had thousands of entries from primary age children. We believe education from the earliest age possible will help improve their understanding of the world around them.

Our winning poem for 2018 is The Bottle Fish is penned by Antonio Mo. We ordinarily include two topics for the chidlren to write about and from 2019 this will include an environmental topic each year. Entries for the next initiative will open 7th January 2019. However for the Oceans topic we will open entries from today 8th June until 30th April 2019. We will announce the winning Ocean/Sea related topic on World Oceans Day 2019 in support.

This initiative is 'not for profit' and a national poetry book is published each year with a selected number of poems that are showcased in an A4 size brightly coluoured book with £1.00 per book sale donated to the children's charity Barnardo's. We have an amazing panel of judges, made up of authors, illustrators, BBC Presenters, musicians, who all volunteer their time.

 

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ANCOL BEACH CLEAN UP DAY
Ancol Beach Jakarta
ANCOL BEACH CLEAN UP DAY

We will be running a series of cleanup with volunteers in Jakarta participating the cleanup.

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Andrews Bay World Oceans Day

Join us for a day of fun in the sun out on the water in Andrews Bay next to Seward Park in Seattle, Washington. A group of local Seattle boat owners and like-minded individuals invested in saving our planet's oceans will be tying up with each other out on the lake. We will have a professional from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Seattle office sharing his time and answering our questions about water related issues. We will also have ACLS, PALS, and BLS certified healthcare professionals teaching life saving techniques for common emergencies that occur on the water. Bring your boat, kayak, paddleboard, or other fun floatation device and join in on the fun.

We recommend that you pack a lunch, plenty of beverages, and bring a life preserver for each person in your group. Max capacity on each boat should be observed and respected. Follow all local boating laws and follow the directions of the state police and coast guard if approached. Feel free to review life saving algorithms prior to joining us out on the water. Individual boat space is limited so it is important that you supply your own water transportation. By participating in this event you agree to be completely liable for your own belongings and safety, and that of your.

We want to thank World Oceans Day for helping us share this event and for taking a stand with regards to saving our environment. United Medical Education stands with World Oceans Day and their mission to create awareness that drives action to clean our planet’s waters. We hope this event and others like it will inspire you to organize your own World Oceans Day event. If you have any question feel free to contact us using the information below.

 

 

Date: June 8th (annually)

Time: 2:00pm to 7:00pm PST

 Location:  Andrews Bay, Seattle, WA

Contact: contactus@acls-pals-bls.com

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Annual Marine Science Forum 2018

ANNUAL MARINE SCIENCE FORUM 2018
How blue are our oceans: What have we done and what can we do?
Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th June, 2018

Promising to be an exciting & interesting forum unlike any other…

We will be re-exploring the themes of human induced problems in our oceans, a subject matter gaining much momentum with great tv such as War on Waste and Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II. We will find out if our oceans are getting better or worse, what impacts humans are having, catch up on new research and all in a fun and informative atmosphere. Find out what you can do to save the very thing that gives the whole planet life – our ocean. 

With another excellent line up of special guests presenters from all over Australia, including locals representing Bega Valley Shire Council and Balloons Release Australia; a special film screening; Trivia night; a Q&A panel of experts in their respective fields, and concluding with a stunning slide show of marine images by local photographer Peter Hannan.
Action packed, information filled & family friendly while still keeping within our missions of providing marine science education to everyone.

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