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Keep It Clean!

On World Ocean Day Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation will have an activity with Lecole National Thor. The selecting students will be engaged on cleaning the ocean
""You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

 

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Lixo Zero
Ilha de Mosqueiro
Lixo Zero

Onde o rio encontra com o mar não pode haver plásticos.

Estamos na maior bacia hidrográfica do mundo, a Bacia Amazônica, e iremos nos mobilizar para que os resíduos não sejam transportados dos nossos rios até os oceanos.

 

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center's Blue Friends Beach Cleanup

Join Loggerhead Marinelife Center's Blue Friends Juno Beach Cleanup from 8:30 - 10 a.m. Following one hour of cleaning the beach. Please meet on the back deck of Loggerhead Marinelife Center, park in the Loggerhead Park behind our center.

Bring a bucket to collect the trash and garden gloves if you have them. Help us keep the very beach that our turtles call home free from trash and litter.

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Low Tide Day in Cowichan Bay

Low Tide Day in Cowichan Bay.  We have held this event annually since 1999 and this year it is on World Oceans Day.  Here's the program for this year:

11:30  Volunteers clean the beaches, shoreline, and roads around Cowichan Bay and the Cowichan Estuary

1:00  Lunch and Music at Kil-Pah-Las Beach

2:00  Beach Seine and Quadrat study to meet the living things in the water and under the beach

Other activities are being planned.

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Marine Debris Creative Advocacy Competition

Do you have a creative idea to fight plastic pollution? 

Bow Seat's international competition challenges middle and high school students to design and lead a creative project or campaign in their school or community that educates others and inspires action to reduce or prevent marine debris and plastic pollution. Students have an opportunity to earn awards of up to $5,000!

Past student projects have included: marine debris cleanups and trash sculptures; plastic pollution-themed art shows and events; environmental education programs for elementary students; awareness campaigns to refuse single-use plastic straws; partnerships with local cafes or grocery stores to reduce plastic bag usage... and more! 

Details:

  • Open to students ages 11-18 worldwide
  • Students can earn awards of up to $5,000!
  • Free to enter
  • Deadline to submit: June 17, 2019, but interested students should register project ideas early
  • For more information and to participate, visit: bowseat.org/marine-debris

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Mermaids Against Marine Debris- Meet a Mermaid Beach Cleanup
South Mission Beach Lifeguard Station
Mermaids Against Marine Debris- Meet a Mermaid Beach Cleanup

Join SD Mermaids for a beach cleanup in celebration of World Oceans Day! Bring the whole family for a morning of fun while helping give back to our oceans. If you're lucky, you might even meet a real-life mermaid or two!

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MesRivagespropres 2019 1er édition

Que la mer Parcé un de vous et Besoin de nous ....
Le 8 juin 2019 de 7 h à 22h l'événement MesRivagespropres 2019 1er se déroulera entre St Aygulf, Fréjus, St Raohaël et Agay département du VAR FRANCE.
40 associations, les communes de Fréjus et St Raphaêl les lycéens, des partenaires Privés, 10 ports et tout le public intéressé  se réunissent dans un même élan  écocitoyen pour participer à un nettoyage géant des fonds marins, des plages, des jetées, des criques sur 20 km du littoral méditerranéen.

organisé par les coordonnateurs de l'association Esterel Blue Water et parrainé par le club de rugby le CARF

environ 3000 personnes participeront

un éthologue spécialiste des cétacés offre une conférence

enregistré sur surfrider foundation E?U initiatives océanes 2019

un concert et un barbecue de 1800 personnes est prévu

contacts: brunot laurent:  vero832011@live.fr  poisson sabine: sabine.poisson@yahoo.fr  julia toscano: julia.toscano@gmail.com

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Nature, Innovation and Creativity
I.S. Liceo Artistico-Musicale "Francesco Grandi"
Nature, Innovation and Creativity

Every year, World Oceans Day provides a unique opportunity to honor, help protect, and conserveour world’s shared ocean. It’s up to each one of us to help ensure that our ocean is healthy forfuture generations.
This year, the students of Liceo “Grandi” participate in a World Oceans Day event, organising special activities connected with the theme of plastic pollution. In March, the students were engaged in separate collection and recycling as well as awareness campaign to inform the public. In April they are organising a cleanup of Cassano beach in Piano di Sorrento, with videos that will be shown during the lesson held on 31st May. The plastic found on the beach, will be reprocessed and given new life involving all the artistic departments of the school.

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North Shore Ocean Fest
Turtle Bay Resort - Kahuku (Oahu) Hawaii
North Shore Ocean Fest

                                           North Shore Ocean Fest:A Benefit for Ocean Education for Children and Youth                                                                                                    Eighth-Annual North Shore Ocean Fest is June 1, 2019                                                                                                                      Turtle Bay Resort, A FREE Family Event All About the Ocean                                                                                                                               A Benefit for Ocean & Aina-Based EDventures  

NORTH SHORE, OAHU, HI  – Turtle Bay Resort will host the 8th annual North Shore Ocean Fest, one of Oahu’s best community events, bringing together top ocean educators, water activities, live music, hula, art, poetry, crafts and food vendors. This year we’ll kick-off the day with a “Race to Save the Ocean.” This 5K event will start at 9 am. Sign-up on Active.com today. Don’t run off after the race, you’ll want to meet the celebrity of the day,BIG MAMA! She’s a life-sized, walk-inside, inflatable Humpback Whale! Explore BIG MAMA’s internal and external anatomy with experts from NOAA Hawaiian Island National Marine Sanctuary. Learn about what makes Humpbacks important to our waters and how they are being affected by climate change. For a free, fun-filled day for all ages don’t miss the North Shore Ocean Fest!

The North Shore Ocean Fest, an annual fundraiser sponsored by North Shore Ocean Education Coalition, will be heldSaturday, June 1, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Bay View Lawn at the beach at Turtle Bay Resort. The theme for Ocean Fest for 2019 is “Climate Change: How it’s affecting our Ocean”. The event honors “World Oceans Day,” celebrated annually on June 8 since 2002 to promote ocean education worldwide.

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Ocean of changes
Plac Przyjaciol Sopotu in Sopot, Poland
Ocean of changes

Open Science Fair dedicated to ocean issues for General Public with interactive stands and games etc.

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Oceanext2019
La Mer XXL - Nantes exhibition Center
Oceanext2019

CEANEXT 2019 is the second edition of the international multidisciplinary conference OCEANEXT, initiated in 2016 by the COSELMAR program (2013-2017). Organized bythe Sea and Coastal Institute, OCEANEXT 2019 has for general theme"Building the future of marine and coastal socio-ecosystems". The conference will gather international scientists and will emphasize the multidisciplinary nature of the issues addressed.

OCEANEXT 2019 will be held at Nantes Exhibition Center in the core of the International ExhibitionMER XXL. The exhibition will promote seas and oceans in their whole shapes, strenghs and weaknesses and their vital significance for the planet and humanity. The exhibition will start on the 29th of June and end the 10th of July

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One Ocean, One Cape Cod: A Marine Celebration

Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. (OPAK) is hosting our second annual "One Ocean, One Cape Cod:  A Marine Celebration" event in honor of World Oceans Day. This a great family friendly morning dedicated to celebrating our ocean. This year we will screen Sonic Sea (synopsis below) and hear from a guest speaker after the film. Light refreshments will be available for purchase.

All ticket sales goes directly to supporting OPAK's educational programming across Southeastern Massachusetts. Thank you again to Nauset Marine for sponsoring this event and for the Chatham Orpheum Theater for hosting us. 

Sonic Sea is a 60-minute documentary about the impact of industrial and military ocean noise on whales and other marine life. It tells the story of a former USNavy officer who solved a tragic mystery and changed forever the way we understand our impact on the ocean. The film is narrated by Rachel McAdams and features Sting, in addition to the renowned ocean experts Dr. Sylvia Earle, Dr. Paul Spong, Dr. Christopher Clark and Jean-Michel Cousteau. Sonic Seawas produced by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Imaginary Forces in association with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Diamond Docs. 

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Operation Jonas
Katwijk
Operation Jonas

Alone it seems impossible, but together a lot can be changed.

With this in mind Operation Jonas was founded. The objective of Operation Jonas is to accelerate the transition to less plastic waste. We want to inform citizens and entrepreneurs of the municipality of Katwijk, The Netherlands, and make them aware of the enormous amount of plastic soup in the ocean. This is done during the week of May 31 to June 8, through several activities, such as teaching at schools and a college tour in Leiden. We want to clean up the municipality's plastic waste together with the citizens and entrepreneurs of Katwijk. Do you join Operation Jonas? 

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Oregon World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup Ocean Blue Celebration

Join Ocean Blue a grassroots nonprofit saving the ocean one beach cleanup at a time. June 8th we will meet on the beach in Celebration of World Oceans Day on the beach. Let's show our love by removing as much micro plastic as possible on World Oceans Day Celebration on Nye Beach in Newport, Oregon. 

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Party for the Planet presented by Entergy: World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. It offers guests the opportunity to learn how humans impact our ocean and marine life while enjoying animal care chats and interactive activities from Audubon husbandry staff, educators, and conservation partners. Guests can visit the Entergy table to learn how to earn a World Oceans Day fish badge!

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Perdido Key- World Ocean's Day Event
Perdido Key State Park West Use Area
Perdido Key- World Ocean's Day Event

Perdido Key State Park is proud to partner with the Perdido Key Association and the Friends of Pensacola State Parks, Inc. to celebrate World Oceans Day a day early on Friday, June 7th. Join us for an educational and relaxing day on the beach, view beach related educational displays, a touch tank, and much more. This is a family-friendly event, no pets allowed as it is on the beach. Suggested items to bring with you include a refillable water bottle, sunscreen, and insect repellent. The event will take place at the Perdido Key West use area.

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Pint of Science Oostende
KAAP | Vrijstaat O.
Pint of Science Oostende

Within the frame of World Ocean Day, the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) organises Pint of Science sessions in its hometown Oostende (Belgium). On 20, 21 and 22 May, scientists are invited to a bar in the neighbourhood to inform the public about the latest news from the world of science. And all this in a casual, cozy atmosphere. As the sea is never far away in Ostend, we program two marine scientists on each of the three evenings. More information on the programme on www.vliz.be (in Dutch only) and www.pintofscience.be (from 15 April onwards).

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Plasticity Amsterdam

Welcome to Plasticity - the global forum for practical, progressive thinkers who are excited about the future of plastic and the planet.

A one-day intensive collaboration of business leaders and industry influencers, Plasticity sparks the conversations that ignite world-changing initiatives.

Utilising a "Ted-Talks" style format, Plasticity introduces practical sustainability concepts that are relevant to today's business world, and showcases new market opportunities for transforming plastic waste into valuable second-life resources.

Plasticity is much more than a conference: it's a global movement of informed eco-optimism, fuelled by exciting
new circular economic thinking and ground-breaking technological advances.

Since its inaugural forum in 2012 at the Rio+20 Earth Summit, Plasticity has been conducted in Hong Kong, New York, Lisbon, Shanghai, London, Dallas, Los Angeles, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur and Suva.

Now, the 12th Global Plasticity Forum is coming to Amsterdam, with local and international speakers, presentations, panels, networking opportunities, and lots of ideas.

Join us in Amsterdam on 19 June, 2019 - and be part of the big conversation!

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