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Apér'eau: Amour Et Eau Fraîche, Le Secret D'une Bonne Bière

Ne manquez pas ce prochain Apér'Eau sur l'importance de la qualité de l'eau dans le brassage de bière

Conférencier : Jean-Christophe Bilodeau, brasseur à La Souche de Limoilou.

En collaboration avec le Groupe d'éducation et d'écosurveillance de l'eau.

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Aqualife7000 talkshow
Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA)
Aqualife7000 talkshow

This was the first edition of the talkshow which is the introductory aspect. The talkshow is about the animals, event and resources of the aquatic world. The video is on our Facebook page @Aqualife7000 with the date 21st of March 2019

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Àros na Mara World Oceans Day Festival

Àros na Mara 5th World Oceans Day Festival – June 6-9th, 2019 –  Iona,  Barra Strait, Cape Breton, NS  CA-  The Port of Iona and the Barra Strait, overlooking the beautiful Bras d’Or Lake, comes alive with festivities acknowledging World Oceans Day. World Ocean Day will be celebrated on Sunday, June 9th.  Àros na Mara (Gaelic for House of the Sea) is a Marine Science Centre being built at the Barra Strait, for the purposes of research, education and tourism. Àros na Mara World Oceans Day has been selected as one of Destination Cape Breton ‘19 in 19 Events’ for 2019.  Join our family fun and ocean-themed festival and enjoy scientific and interactive displays, beach clean-up, hike,  children’s games, and historical demonstrations.   Further updates and schedule to follow visit - www.arosnamara.ca

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Artifishal Film Screening
Patagonia Halifax
Artifishal Film Screening

Patagonia in partnership with Alexander Keith's is hosting a screening of the movie Artifishal and a social gathering in the brewery courtyard. We will have ocean inspired art on display, beer samples and a host of booths promoting sustainable ocean and fishery groups. After party in the Brewery's secret tavern with live music, entry by donation. All proceeds going to Oceans Week HFX.

Watch trailer here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=I-MMlQ5AIzQ
https://www.facebook.com/PatagoniaHalifax/

Event by Patagonia Halifax / Keith's Brewery

Event contact:
Morgan DuPlessis
902.219.4243 / 902.422.2060
operations@patagoniahalifax.ca

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Arun & Adur - World Ocean Day
Marks & Spencer Worthing
Arun & Adur - World Ocean Day

For World Ocean Day we're taking Greenpeace's ocean sanctuary campaign to the streets of Worthing to have conversations with the public about the need to protect our blue planet. With Worthing being by the sea we should get good support from the public with this one!

We're meeting outside M&S Montague Street on Saturday morning at 10:30.

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Asteroidea : performance artistique

L’Assemblée Générale des Nations unies en 2008 a désigné chaque 8 juin : « Journée mondiale de l'océan ». Cette journée vise notamment à mobiliser et unir les populations du monde entier sur un projet de gestion durable des océans. Il s'agit enfin de rendre hommage à leur beauté et à leur richesse.
Des animations ont lieu simultanément dans le monde entier : aquariums, musées des sciences, associations et institutions d’éducation à l’environnement marin proposent à leur public des festivités pleines d’animations ludiques et d’actions concrètes, pour que petits et grands, puissent mieux connaître la mer.

Surfrider Foundation EuropeSurfrider Foundation Côte BasqueRame pour ta planète ont invité Sam Dougados, plasticien, Martin Harriague – chorégraphe associé au Malandain Ballet Biarritz – et les danseurs du Malandain Ballet Biarritz à se mobiliser à l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de l’océan.

Une œuvre artistique éphémère sera ainsi créée le samedi 8 juin à la Côte des Basques de Biarritz, en complicité avec la Biarritz Belza Classic, compétition internationale de longboard :

-        A partir de 13h30 : Sam Dougados commencera à tracer dans le sable une fresque monumentale ;

-        A partir de 14h30 :  20 danseurs du Malandain Ballet Biarritz et 20 surfeurs s’inscriront tout en mouvements dans cette fresque qui prendra ainsi une nouvelle dimension durant une dizaine de minutes.

Cette performance sera filmée notamment par un drone et photographiée tout au long de son déroulement, pour être ensuite largement diffusée sur l’Internet et les réseaux sociaux.

Le public est invité à venir non seulement pour assister mais surtout à être partie prenante en relayant massivement l’événement via les hastag #worldoceansday #Oceanislife

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Asteroidea, Journée mondiale de l'océan, performance artistique

L’Assemblée Générale des Nations unies en 2008 a désigné chaque 8 juin : « Journée mondiale de l'océan ». Cette journée vise notamment à mobiliser et unir les populations du monde entier sur un projet de gestion durable des océans. Il s'agit enfin de rendre hommage à leur beauté et à leur richesse.
Des animations ont lieu simultanément dans le monde entier : aquariums, musées des sciences, associations et institutions d’éducation à l’environnement marin proposent à leur public des festivités pleines d’animations ludiques et d’actions concrètes, pour que petits et grands, puissent mieux connaître la mer.

Surfrider Foundation Europe, Surfrider Côte Basque, #RamePourTaPlanète ont invité Sam Dougados artiste, plasticien, Martin Harriague Choreography – chorégraphe associé au Malandain Ballet Biarritz – et les danseurs du Malandain Ballet Biarritz à se mobiliser à l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de l’océan.

Une œuvre artistique éphémère sera ainsi créée le samedi 8 juin à la Côte des Basques de Biarritz, en complicité avec laBiarritz Belza Classic, compétition internationale de longboard :
- à partir de 13h30 : Sam Dougados commencera à tracer dans le sable une fresque monumentale ;
- à partir de 14h30 : 20 danseurs du Malandain Ballet Biarritz et 20 surfeurs s’inscriront tout en mouvements dans cette fresque qui prendra une nouvelle dimension durant une dizaine de minutes.

Cette performance sera notamment filmée par un drone et photographiée tout au long de son déroulement, pour être ensuite largement diffusée sur l’Internet et les réseaux sociaux.

Le public est invité non seulement à y assister mais surtout à être partie prenante en relayant massivement l’événement sur les réseaux sociaux via les hastag#worldoceansday#Oceanislife

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Atlas Obscura: Aquatic Gender Fluidity

This unique Heal the Bay Aquarium event was created specifically for Pride Month! Enjoy cocktails, listen to speakers from the LGBTQ+ community, and learn how many marine species in our oceans change sex, gender roles, and use forms of asexuality to survive. Laura Rink, Associate Aquarium Director at Heal the Bay Aquarium will discuss the gender diversity of our local marine inhabitants followed by a presentation from transgender speaker and educator, Michelle Dennis, who joins us on behalf of PFLAG.

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AUSMAP Microplastic Sampling
Manly Cove (Art Gallery End)
AUSMAP Microplastic Sampling

It’s hard to solve a problem you can’t see. Until recently microplastic pollution presented scientists with a crisis that was invisible to the naked eye. Now we have AUSMAP, Australian Microplastic Assessment Project.

We need to know how much is already out there, before we figure out what to do with it. And we need large numbers of Australians to engage with behaviour change so we can stop any more plastic disintegrating into our waterways.

As part of World Oceans Day, AUSMAP will be conducting a microplastic sample at Manly Cove. This is a part of the Strawkle event that takes place every month. Please come down and join us in learning about microplastics! 

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Austinmer Beach Clean up June 8th 230pm

Join Ocean Plastic Patrol for a special clean up of Austinmer Beach at 230pm 

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Australia in Cyprus

Join us this Saturday 8 June at 10am in #Paphos to celebrate World #Ocean Day – Together for a plastic-free #Mediterranean. A big thank you to the organisers and supporters for their efforts to clean up the #beaches of #Cyprus and to eliminate single-use #plastics. For more info contact ΑΚΤΗ / AKTI Project and Research Centre via FB or on +35722458485 or akti@akti.org.cy

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Authors Live: Lauren St John and Elizabeth Laird for World Oceans Day

Lauren St John is the author of the bestselling White Giraffe series. The series is inspired by her childhood in Zimbabwe, Africa, where she grew up surrounded by horses, cats, dogs... and a pet giraffe!  A passionate conservationist, Lauren is an ambassador for the Born Free Foundation and founder of the Authors4Oceans anti-plastics campaign. Lauren will talk about Kat Wolfe Takes the Case, the latest book in her Wolfe and Lamb mystery series, as well as sharing her Authors4Oceans campaign. 

Elizabeth Laird is the multi-award-winning author of several much-loved children's books including The Garbage King, The Fastest Boy in the World and Dindy and the Elephant. She has been shortlisted for the prestigious Carnegie Medal six times. 

Elizabeth will speak about Song of a Dolphin Boy, a story that combines folklore, adventure and ecology to explore why we need to protect our oceans. 

Send your questions for Lauren and Elizabeth, and share how your school is working to protect our planet by tweeting and using #BBCAuthorsLive 

World Oceans Day is on Saturday 8 June. Mark it by joining us live from your school!

When: Thursday 6 June, 11am-11.40am

Age group: P4-7

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Award Winning Author & Poet Book Signing 'Save us" at The Deep, Hull

Christina Gabbitas is an award winning author and poet.

To celebrate World Oceans day, Christina will be signing her latest book 'Save Us' A children's story with poem that teaches chidlren about looking after our environment. A lovely rescue story about a Seal, Sea Turtale and Whale.

The story and poem are also available on audio.

 

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Awareness on World Ocean Day
Department of Social Work Osmania University
Awareness on World Ocean Day

Awareness on World Ocean Day

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AYCH Kids Drawing Contest 2019 is open !

AYCH Kids Drawing Contest 2019 is open !

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AZTI – SOPHIE project Summer School 2019 Does Human Health and Wellbeing depend on a Healthy Ocean?

This SUMMER SCHOOL is organized by AZTI, with the support of the European H2020 Seas, Oceans and Public Health in Europe (SOPHIE) Project, theOceans & Human Health Chair, GlobalHAB, theEuropean Environment Agency and BlueHealth.

The topic proposed is “Does Human Health and Wellbeing depend a Healthy Ocean?”.

We will examine the exposures and pathways through which humans interact with the seas and global ocean, leading to both risks and benefits to human health and wellbeing as well as for the “health” of the marine environment.

The attendees will acquire knowledge in the new meta-discipline of Oceans and Human Health research growing on both sides of the Atlantic, in particular focusing on the current and future impacts for the seas and coasts of Europe.

This summer school will benefit from the inter/transdisciplinary integration of different sciences (e.g. marine biology, toxicology, microbiology, public health, psychology, medicine) necessary to understand the complex interactions between the “health” of the oceans and human health and wellbeing. This course will explore this through different topics, particularly emphasizing communication, engagement and co-creation with diverse stakeholder communities (including Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)). 

There will also be an opportunity to contribute as Stakeholders to the development of the future H2020 SOPHIE Strategic Research Agenda on Oceans and Human Health for Europe. The main objective of the school is to give an overview on the challenges, tensions and opportunities presented by the growing understanding that humans can both benefit from, and be impacted by, the coasts, seas and global oceans, and vice versa.

As an outcome of this course (in addition to the presentations, which will be freely available after the school), the professors participating in the course will prepare an open access position paper on this topic, to be submitted to a broad scope scientific journal (e.g. PlosOne, Frontiers in Marine Science, etc.). This will be a cross-cutting review. This position paper will have an impact on another key audience, i.e. research funders, marine policy makers, and managers. In addition to such impact, it is expected that students participating in this summer school will implement the knowledge gained through this summer school in their professional careers.

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Balandra Beach Clean-up

A group of 11 teenagers got along and started to pick up trash that was either covered by the sand or floating in the ocean and suddenly more likeminded people joined them. In the end, a whole group of almost 60 people finished clening up the beach in three hours and enjoyed it with a total connection with nature.

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Baleias e Golfinhos para Crianças (e Adultos) -- Whales and dolphins for kids (and adults too)

On 8 June we'll be introducing kids and adults to the realm of whales and dolphins with activities that will include showing the differences in their feeding apparatus, to give a notion on their sizes, and also to show their sounds and songs. 

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