We will be running a series of cleanup with volunteers in Jakarta participating the cleanup.
We will be running a series of cleanup with volunteers in Jakarta participating the cleanup.
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
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.
Friday: Seniors Tea, Music at Mariners
Saturday: Parade & Downtown Events and Games including Show & Shine,
4on4 street hockey, soap box derby, 3on3 basketball, entertainers & so much more
Sunday: Harbour Waterfront Events: Quick and Daring races, Sailpast, Flypast, Swim
for Survival, Kayak races, Children’s Bullhead Fishing Derby, and lots of land events excitement
Sunset Memorial Service: Mariner’s Memorial Park -
commemorating the bricks for those who have given their lives to the sea
Annual Underwater Safari Hunt, this is a fund raiser for Newton County Rescue & Recovery. Great prizes and fun.
« L’Apér’OCEAN : Le monde plastique »
Echange interactif avec le public autour du microplastique
Bar CocoSoda, Anse de Montabo à Cayenne
Vendredi 8 juin 2018 de 17h à 18h30
Echange animé par :
- Morgana Tagliarolo, biologiste marine, chercheuse Ifremer au sein de l’USR mixte LEEISA,
- Georges Grepin, directeur scientifique d’OSL-Ocean Science Logistic, membre du collectif BAM!
Venez nombreux, on compte sur vous !
Sulla splendida terrazza della Sezione ravennate della Lega Navale Italiana sarà possibile sorseggiare un aperitivo in compagnia di navigatori e velisti, geologi e biologi marini, appassionati di mare e di ambiente che a diverso titolo si occupano di mare per studiarlo, rappresentarlo, goderlo, esplorarlo, rispettarlo e viverlo ciascuno in modo diverso.
Approfondimenti sui temi marini e proiezioni di materiale audio-video accompagneranno l’aperitivo a base di COZZE SELVATICHE di Marina di Ravenna, una vera prelibatezza!
|Aquaculture and fisheries conference 2018 will be held on October 08-09,2018 , 2018 in London, UK. This conference mainly focuses on the growth of aquaculture and fisheries will be beneficial for the innovative minds and researchers from the field of aquaculture, marine biology and fisheries to showcase their idea and research.|
World Oceans Day is June 8, but the ABQ BioPark Aquarium is extending the celebration over a few days.
“World Oceans Day started not very long ago to get people more aware of our oceans and all the problems connected with it,” said Pamela Dupzyk, education coordinator for the ABQ BioPark Aquarium and Botanic Garden. “So we show movies in the theater about the oceans and a lot of the problems in the oceans like overfishing and plastics. We have a docent station talking about what the cause is for that year, and as well as other things you can do to help protect the ocean.”
This year’s World Oceans Day theme is preventing plastic pollution.
“One of the things that we will be doing is handing out information and asking people to take the plastic challenge to decrease the amount of plastic you use for a week and show you how you can decrease it in one week,” Dupzyk said. “One big way is for us to say no to straws in restaurants or wherever. Don’t use a straw because right now plastic straws are a huge problem and are going into the ocean. It has a huge environmental impact. There are 500 million plastic straws used every day. That is so many (straws).”
Attendees also will learn other easy but significant ways to make a difference, including limiting the use of and recycling plastic bottles and using reuseable bags or paper bags instead of plastic bags.
Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) presents ‘Aquatopia’ – a group exhibition exploring water scarcity featuring work by six artists from China, Hong Kong and the UK
Water is essential to life, all ecosystems are dependent on a complex water cycle, which is threatened by environmental destruction and planetary changes. At the same time urbanisation, industrialisation and population growth place increased pressure on the world’s water resources.
Aquatopia is an interactive and participatory exhibition which explores pressing environmental issues around water. It is a group exhibition across two galleries, marking the start of CFCCA’s - A Season for Change. This is a six month programme of exhibitions and events exploring the role of contemporary art in raising awareness of environmental issues caused by climate change in the context of China.
AquaTT staff use their creative cooking talents to raise awareness about our ocean with a World Ocean Day-themed bake-off!
Celebrate the Bay and Ocean Health on World Oceans Day, June 9! Join our mermaids and sharks across the nation marching, cleaning the beach, paddling for a healthy ocean and San Francisco Bay!
Gathering at the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero at 10 Am for speeches, a mural, music and action.
March or meet at Aquatic Park San Francisco at Noon for a beach clean up and rally. March or paddle to the Presidio 1 PM. Party at Sports Basement 2-5pm.
Join Shark Stewards and ocean activists from Soil Not Oil, Bay Area Kayakers, Aquarium of the Bay and others Wearing Blue in a public display of support for our Ocean MPAs, National Marine
Sanctuaries and Marine National Monuments.
Paddle, Kayak, sail and show your spirit and love for the ocean.
We begin at noon, march along the waterfront from the historic San Francisco Aquatic Park 1 PM and arrive at Crissy Field in the Presidio. The party begins across from the beach at the
Sports Basement Presidio Cove, near the Golden Gate, at 3 PM.
Libations, prizes for the best ocean attire.
June 7-10, 2018 – The Port of Iona and the Barra Strait, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada - overlooking the beautiful Bras d’Or Lake, comes alive with festivities acknowledging World Oceans Day. This is our 4th year acknowledging and celebrating this world wide UNESCO designated event. World Ocean Day will be celebrated on Sunday, June 10th . We are pleased our Festival has been chosen by Destination Cape Breton as one to attend in 2018! Join us for some festivities, fun and food while enjoying and learning about the Bras d’Or Lake. Theme: Prevent Plastic Pollution and Encourage Solutions for a Healthy Ocean.
Sunday, June 10th – World Oceans Day – Iona Port – - day begins with: 9-12 – Think Tank Breakfast – (limited number - reservations only) Grand Narrows – Theme: Beauty, Science and Eco-tourism at the Barra Strait. 12-4: 12pm official opening of World Oceans Day, Iona Port, Àros na Mara The Great Trail Centre– day continues until 4pm including: demonstrations, displays, childrens activities, food, music, and afternoon speaker program panel session. Please check: arosnamara.com for further updates.
Schedule of Events -June 7, Thursday- Frolic’n Folk Pub – Bras d’Or Trivia – 8 pm: June 8, Friday – Branch #124, Iona Legion – 6-7pm Supper (Fish) and Entertainment – 7-9pm for under 19, after 9pm 19 years and over: June 9, Saturday - 10- am Iona Beach Hike and Clean Up;11-2-Market at the Iona Port; 5-8 - Cèilidh at The Frolic’n Folk Pub; 8-12– Dance, Iona Legion 19 years &over
Celebrate World Oceans Day by taking action at Arroyo Burro Beach, one of Santa Barbara's most beautiful beaches.
Join us on Sunday, June 10 at 10:00 am at Arroyo Burro Beach. Check in at the Watershed Resource Center (blue building) before the cleanup. Explore Ecology Environmental Educators will be there if you have any questions about marine debris and its impact on marine life.
In an effort to reduce single use plastics, we recommend that you bring your own bags, buckets, and gloves. If you don't have them, we have plenty to share.
Thank you for caring about your local beach and making a difference!
We would love to share our art project with you to celebrate World Oceans Day in June.
Students will show you how to repurpose recyclable wastes into work of art.
Bottle caps, snack bags, and recyclabe papers....
The possiblities are endless!
Join Artist Boat in bringing the international celebration of the ocean to Galveston, Texas! It's oceans of fun, and the Artist Boat World Oceans Day Festival will inspire you to protect our seas and the Texas Coast.
Engage in fun and educational activities hosted by partner organizations, learn about the human connection to the ocean, and enjoy live entertainment! Come celebrate with us on the ocean's doorstep at Stewart Beach in Galveston, Texas, on Friday June 8th from 4pm-8pm. Ocean-lovers of all ages are welcome! The event is free, but Stewart Beach parking fees apply.
The Artist Boat World Oceans Day Festival also hosts the Marine Debris Art Contest, where participants can enter art pieces composed of trash that was collected from or could otherwise end up in our waterways. Festival visitors can help vote on the contest winners.
The Malpelo Island is a National Marine Sanctuary of the Pacific ocean of Colombia (South America). Join us in the Buenaventura city to learn more about this important place for our marine biodiviversity and endemic species!!! Don not miss out the outreach activities for the Malpelo Island and the Tropical Eastern Marine Corridor. Some arts and the Film Festival. Open to all public!
Students were spoke to about the importance of the ocean and the impact of plastics on its ocean life and were givebn practical ways to to reduce their plastic use and their amount of plastic pollution they create and how it can be removed.
We watched the promo video for World Oceans Day and then did a mexican wave to show our love for the ocean.
Noi am compactat sticle de plastic, înţelegând importanţa reciclării pentru sănătatea oceanelor.
We compacted plastic bottles, understanding the importance of recycling to the ocean's health.
Colleagues of the Atlantis resort will do a cleanup of its beaches. Having an Aquarium, Water park and Marine Mammal facility within the resort, It is key that we celebrate the oceans, and honor this day through this activity. We will bring awareness to World Ocean's day during all of our educational briefings of marine experiences.