- develop a project to protect and safeguard the territory through a critical reading of the coastal marine landscape, a true cultural heritage of the city of Naples.
The lunch event at the Space Life Science Lab at the NASA Kennedy Space Center included a presentaiton and discussion on Coastal Community Resiliency. Dr. David Randle presnted a report on the currentpilot projects in Anna Maria Island and New Smyrna Beach.
Participants also received Blue Marbles from the Blue Marble project.
Celebrate World Oceans Day with us on June 8th. This year’s theme, is FISH UNKNOWN which is a symphony of the sea’s biodiversity.
Chef Jason Joseph has prepared a spectacular 4-course menu for you. Take a look at the menu here: http://bit.ly/30XeIfT
Reservations are essential. Please call 422-2291 or e-mail email@example.com to secure your table.
In order to celebrate ‘World Ocean Day’ the Cola Conservancy Committee has invited the Leo’s of Sedgefield to partner with us in a community activity, namely the Cola Beach Clean-up on Saturday 8 June. Armed with recyclable bags (kindly donated by the Knysna Municipality) and protective gloves, we’ll gather at the Cola Beach parking lot at 09h45 on the day and we’ll walk to Platbank and back again, collecting whatever ‘alien’ goods we can remove.
Le Laboratoire d’Études et de Recherches Juridiques et Politiques LERJP et la Faculté des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et Sociales – Souissi Rabat en partenariat avec la Commission Marocaine d’Histoire Maritime et le Réseau MARSIMER organisent en hommage au Professeur Emérite Philippe-Jean HESSE de l’Université de Nantes, UN COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL sur :
Législation maritime marocaine, cent ans après
Nous allons célébrer le centenaire du Code de Commerce Maritime Marocain aisni que la Journée Mondiale des Océans en marge des travaux de ce Colloque International
Il est encore temps de vous inscrire à cette superbe journée dédiée à l’EAU!
Joignez-vous à nous dès 11h00 pour l’ouverture du Colloque J’ai le goût de l’eau, puis le lancement de la 3eédition du Gala Conserv’EAU à compter de 18h00.
Parlons plantes exotiques envahissantes, gestion responsable de l’eau et des eaux de pluie, approvisionnement en eau potable!
Célébrons ensemble la protection des lacs et cours d’eau!
This fun and dynamic 4.5 hour training covers issues like watershed health, sustainable seafood, plastic pollution, ocean acidification, offshore oil development, strategies for effective advocacy, and more! After the training, volunteers will be equipped to take positive action and educate others about land-to-sea stewardship. This training will feature special guest presentations on timely ocean issues.
Topics Covered in Training:
Come celebrate World Ocean Day in Hoi Ha Marine Park!
Date: June 8 (Saturday)
Time: 2 pm-7:30 pm (Coach will return to Kowloon Tong with drop off at Choi Hung station by 7:30 pm)
Gathering location: 2 pm outside Kowloon Tong Exit C
Fee: $300 (including coach fee, guided walk, snacks, handouts about Hoi Ha Wan, donation to Friends of Hoi Ha)
*No parking available for external guests in Hoi Ha Village, so we do not advise you to drive there.
World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. Encompass HK, a local social enterprise promoting the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals, is organizing an outing at Hoi Ha Wan, one of the first Marine Parks in Hong Kong, with an expert guide accompanying us to introduce the fauna and flora of the area.
With an AFCD-estimated 45,000 visitors in 2015, Hoi Ha Wan is Hong Kong’s most accessible Marine Park and is a popular destination for day trippers. Watch out for monkeys in the trees, cows on the road, and a stunning view over Long Harbour as the road drops down from Pak Tam Au. With a wealth of corals, including 64 of the 84 species of stony corals found in Hong Kong, Hoi Ha Wan has been a Site of Special Scientific Interest since 1986 and was gazetted as a Marine Park in 1996. We will explore the diversity of marine life in the mangrove and sandy shore habitats at HHW.
Program:- Introduction to Hoi Ha Wan (by Friends of Hoi Ha chairperson Nicola Newbury)
- Guided walk along Hoi Ha Nature Trail and Marine Park area, including visits to Hoi Ha’s Antiquities Monument, Hoi Ha ecologically sensitive stream
- Introduction to marine fauna with expert guide Dr. Cynthia Yau
- Marine naturalist ID with demonstration of the iNaturalist app
Who:Everyone! Families including accompanied children over 3 are welcome.
What to wear: Closed toe shoes (no sandals or flip flops please, as the beach may have sharp dangerous items including broken glass, oyster shells), comfortable clothes, hat. Do be warned you may get your footwear wet on the shore, so please bring your own change of dry shoes if needed.
What to bring: Water (minimum 0.5 L in reusable container – Bonaqua bottle, Watsons bottle etc. are not allowed). Water refill during the trip is possible. Sun screen, hat and insect repellent. Small umbrella for shade.
Not allowed: No flip flops or open sandals during intertidal excursion. No one-time use plastic bottles or food containers/wrappers!Other remarks:There is no wheelchair access anywhere in Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park.
Laboratoriinterattivi aperti a tutti per parlare di cartografia marina e tecniche di campionamento dei fondali sperimentando il lavoro dei geologi marini!
Interactive open laboratories to talk about marine cartography and seabed sampling techniques by experimenting with the work of marine geologists!
Communities and youth groups converged at My Suva Park over the weekend to highlight the importance of a healthy and vibrant ocean. Themed ‘Commotion for the Ocean’, Fiji’s first ever ‘Qiri Kava’ competition was held to celebrate World Oceans and Coral Triangle Day. The competition was organized by the Social Empowerment and Education Programme (SEEP), WWF-Pacific, Bua Urban Youth Network and Kauwai Network. Organizers anticipate that the celebration of World Oceans Day is expected to strengthen and gain momentum through increasing awareness and participation from all sectors of the economy and communities at grassroots level.
Fun interactive free movement workshop at which you'll learn a dance that reflects water elements. Participants are welcome to join Artichoke Dance Company in performing the dance on June 15 during the Gowanus Visions Festival 2019 to raise awareness about the health of our bodies of water, the Gowanus Canal and our environment. We will also be celebrating Global Water Dances Day.
No experience is necessary. All ages are welcome; youth under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Date: June 8th workshop at the Gowanus Waterfront/Sponge Park**
((WEST SIDE OF THE CANAL BETWEEN 1ST AND 2ND STREETS))
To celebrate World Oceans Day (8 June 2019) we’ll be opening our Discovery Centre doors for FREE to raise awareness of our amazing marine environment, the threats our marine habitats and wildlife face and the actions that can be taken to protect them. We’re partnering with North Berwick Rotary Club and Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery, with funding support from the North Berwick Trust, to bring a range of free special events and activities including a#community beach clean, interactive ‘oceanrific’ live#science show, rock pooling, family craft workshops and a talk from the team at the Lobster Hatchery.
All events are free and tickets will be issued on a first come first served basis at the start of the day. Numbers for the 3D film, rockpooling, our live science show and the afternoon lobster hatchery talk are limited so early arrival is recommended to avoid disappointment. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Grand River South East Youth Circle (GRSEYC) is organising an Ocean Day in the coastal village of Camp de Pecheurs in Grand River South East. The event will be held on the World Oceans Day, Saturday 8th June 2019! On the occasion, children and youth will be engaged in an educational talk, and watch and share their views on a short movie on the ocean. Finally, the winners of the World Oceans Day Art Contest will be rewarded on that day!
GRSE announced the World Oceans Day Art Contest on 27 May 2019 to commemorate the World Ocean Day 2019. Children and youth were called to demonstrate the importance of ocean and the impact of pollution in our ocean, especially for a small island developing state (SIDS) like Mauritius.
La mer, ça me concerne !
Seuls ou en groupe, quel que soit l'endroit où ils habitent, au bord de la mer ou loin de la mer, ils ont mis en images leurs messages en réalisant un clip de 2 minutes et nous les ont envoyés. le jury composé d'un membre de la Communauté d'Agglomération du Boulonnais, d'un membre du Parc naturel marin des estuaires picards et de la mer d'Opale, d'un membre du service Médiation Education de Nausicaá et d'un professionnel de l'image s'est réuni et à voté!
Venez découvrir ces clips sur le plateau TV Nausicaá et assister à la remise des Prix.
Description: The NYC Aquarium (WCS) is hosting a cleanup at Coney Island Park at Kaiser Park to kick off the activities of World Oceans Week. We'll learn about local marine wildlife and see the positive impact we can make when we work together to care for our coastal and ocean backyard.
conference on the theme of women's place in ocean conservation. It must be shown through this activity that women are at the heart of preservation.
In the end, what do we know today about the seahorses on our coasts and in our lagoons? What is it about their ecology, lifestyle and vulnerability? Should they be protected? How to Act?
Through Patrick LOUISY's presentation, in the debate on the order of a collective action, in particular on the preservation of the genetic lineage of the hippocampus of the Thau basin.
Patrick LOUISY is a researcher-photographer, writer and scientific director of the Association Peau-Bleue, associate researcher at the ECOSEAS laboratory - UMR7035 - University of Nice, Member of the IUCN group of experts on seahorses, syngnaths and sea dragons.
Seahorses, a family of eccentrics "co-edited by CPIE Bassin de Thau & Biotope editions.
Sea Cucumber, or locally known as Gamat , plays an important role by recycling nutrients, breaking down detritus and other organic matter after which bacteria can continue the degradation process.
However, as it is used widely as a delicacy and for medicinal purposes, the Gamat population is quickly decreasing due to ‘overfishing’.
To create this awareness, The Andaman Resort, Langkawi will be celebrating World Oceans Day 2019 with guests by launching of the resort’s newest initiative, the Gamat Regeneration Project, an extension of the resort's conservation project that aims to repopulate the sea cucumbers on our reef.
It's a Party for the Planet! Join the zoo and other conservation organizations as we explore the many ways that we can be a part of helping our environment. The Zoo proudly hosts the annual event bringing together a variety of different education demonstrations, crafts, and a greater awareness of the health of the planet. There are opportunities to meet local organizations that are working toward a greener future!
Included with your Zoo admission.
FREE giveaway to the first 100 children under 14.