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The ocean our pride
La- Accra. Ghana
The ocean our pride

Educate communities near the ocean in Ghana on the benefits of sustainable the ocean. Create posters on it, then share it on all social media platforms and to other conservation group interested in this. Colleague students living around such areas will also help by organizing the youth and talking to them. 

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The World oceans day
Primorsky Aquarium National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences
The World oceans day

8 июня вся Планета отмечает важный экологический праздник - Всемирный день океанов. Мировой океан является колыбелью жизни на Земле. И это не просто слова! Задумайтесь: 70% нашей планеты покрыто водой, морские ресурсы - это залог развития и дальнейшего существования человеческой цивилизации. Дождевая и питьевая вода, большая часть нашей пищи и даже кислорода, которым все мы дышим, - всё это даёт нам океан. Именно процессы, происходящие на его просторах и в глубинах (течения, нагрев и охлаждение воздушных масс над водой, химические преобразования и т.д.) определяют состояние климата и глобальных экосистем и делают Землю пригодной для жизни человека.

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Together We Can Event
Asset Training centre, Nilaiyur, Madurai Tamil Nadu India
Together We Can Event

We Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust (Asset Trust) India celebrate World Oceans Day 2019 with theme of Together We Can  to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. The purpose of the Day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean, develop a worldwide movement of citizens for the ocean, and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world's oceans. They are a major source of food and medicines and a critical part of the biosphere. In the end, it is a day to celebrate together the beauty, the wealth and the promise of the ocean.

Event Objective: 

To promote better knowledge about World Ocean and its importance to all citizen  in Tamil Nadu , India 

To Spread the Unite of of World's Population on a project for a sustainable manner 

To make fun together we can and celebrate the beauty of world ocean among all section of people in Tamil Nadu India 

Place; Asset Training Centre , Madurai 

Event date : June 6  2019 

Expect Participants : More than 250 from all over & different districts of Tamil Nadu 

The following Message  distribute in read materials to participants on the day of event :   

The oceans make our blue planet unique in our solar system -- and not just visually.  They help regulate the global climate and are the ultimate source of the water that sustains all life on Earth, from coral reefs to snow-covered mountains, from tropical rain forests to mighty rivers, and even deserts.  However, the ability of the oceans to provide their essential services is being threatened by climate change, pollution and unsustainable use.  On this World Oceans Day, we are highlighting the problem of plastic pollution.  Eighty per cent of all pollution in the sea comes from land, including some 8 million tons of plastic waste each year.  It chokes waterways, harms communities that depend on fishing and tourism, kills turtles and birds, whales and dolphins, and finds its way to the most remote areas of the planet and throughout the food chain on which we ultimately rely.  Unless we change course, plastic waste could soon outweigh all the fish in the oceans.We must work individually and collectively to stop this preventable tragedy and significantly reduce marine pollution of all kinds, including plastic.  Action starts at home, and speaks louder than words.  The United Nations aims to lead by example, and more than 30 of our agencies have now begun working to end the use of single-use plastic. But everyone needs to play a part.  You can make a difference today – and every day -- by doing simple things like carrying your own water bottle, coffee cup and shopping bags, recycling the plastic you buy, avoiding products that contain microplastics and volunteering for a local clean-up.If we all do a little, our combined actions can be massive.  On this World Oceans Day, I urge governments, communities and individuals alike to celebrate our oceans by helping clear them of pollution and ensure they remain vibrant for generations to come.

Event Organizer 

Association for Social Solidarity and Empowerment Training Trust (Asset Trust)

14 II Floor Muniyandi Koil lane, Manjana kara Street, Madurai - 625 001 

Tamil Nadu, India 

E.mail : assetbasha2011@gmail.com

 

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Trash tag challenge

limpeza das prais de Angola

não deitar o lixo no chão 

letsdoitangola

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Understanding the effects of plastic in our water bodies
Ekiti State University ado-ekiti, Ekiti State or Eleventh house hotel ado-ekiti Ekiti state.
Understanding the effects of plastic in our water bodies

The event is aimed at making students onnmy campus to understand the ripple effects of use of plastic in our environment.

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UNHEALTHY OCEANS MEAN UNHEALTHY MARITIME WORLD
A highly renowned Turkish logistics & transport website called "Lojiport"
UNHEALTHY OCEANS MEAN UNHEALTHY MARITIME WORLD

I am a travel poet-writer, a maritime-railroad-civil aviation buff and a retired medical doctor from Istanbul-Turkey. If everything goes as planned, by the end of May 2019, I will write a 2 or 3 page-article (as World format) in Turkish language about the vital importance of keeping our planet's oceans, seas and waterways clean & healthy enough in order to keep the important vitality of the world's maritime business (both passenger & cargo) going in a healthy & productive way. Then I will publish the related article in my weekly internet column (belonging to the renowned "Lojiport" website) on June 9th (just like each Sunday)!

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United Nations Association Leadership Summit
Ronald Reagan International Trade Center
United Nations Association Leadership Summit

Advance the mission of The Ocean Project by joining the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) at the2019 Global Leadership Summit June 9-11, in Washington, D.C.

With more than 200 chapters and 20,000 members, UNA-USA is the largest network of advocates and supporters of the UN. The Global Leadership Summit is one of UNA-USA’s most important and exciting events each year. Join 500 advocates from around the country in this unparalleled opportunity to hone your advocacy skills, learn from U.S. Government and UN officials about some of the world's most pressing challenges – including Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water - and lobby on Capitol Hill to encourage members of Congress to fully fund the vital work of the UN, its programs and agencies.

This is your moment to fight for what’s right. Register online today for the discounted student rate of $30 (prices go up on April 15).

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Ventura's World Ocean's Day Celebration in Coordination with March 4 Ocean

Our event is in celebration of the nationwide World Ocean's Day in an effort to bring awareness to the decreasing health of our oceans. We want to pioneer the first WOD event in our community of Ventura to educate marine conservation as well as create a time where friends and family can gather and create memories. 

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Water Is Life-Beach Challenge Cleanup and Celebration

Mass beach sweep organized by water protectors surrounding the Bay Of Fundy.  Cleanup up of our coastal beaches.  Will include 2 Canadian Provinces.  Nova Scotia and New Brunswick water protectors who share the beautiful Bay Of Fundy, will work with waste authorities in their respective communities and weigh the garbage!!

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WOD - Prestvannet
Prestvannet
WOD - Prestvannet

Vi samles ved Prestvannet etter jobb og samler søppel.

Etter dette griller vi og har bålkaffe!

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WOD: Beach Clean-Up Drive

Natnat beach in El Nido, Palawan is suffering as a catch basin for trashes floating from nearby countries around asia. To celebrate World oceans day, we have selected Natnat beach in partnership with local administrations around Palawan to conduct a clean-up drive in land and water.

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WOD-HUK
HUK
WOD-HUK

Vi samles på Huk den 22 mai etter jobb og rydder stranda ved (Hukodden)  lengst syd på Bygdøyneset i Oslo.

Dagen avsluttes med god mat og god stemning.

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World Environment and Oceans Day at Hope Street Xchange

Join us as we celebrate World Environment Day and World Oceans Day, hearing from speakers who do vital work across the region to support our environment, wildlife and oceans, showcasing local businesses who specialise in eco and environmentally friendly products and ending with a group litter pick on one of Sunderland’s beautiful beaches.

We’re delighted to be welcoming representatives from the Marine Conservation Society, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and Climate Action North as our guest speakers:

Sharon Lashley, Managing Director for Climate Action North, who ignite action on climate change-related issues in the North of England.

Matt Barnes, Volunteer & Community Engagement Manager (North East) for the Marine Conservation Society. The MCS is the UK’s leading marine charity, working to ensure our seas are healthy, pollution free and protected.

Joanne Newbury, Learning Manager at The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s Washington Wetland Centre. WWT work hard to conserve, restore and create wetlands, save wetland wildlife, and inspire everyone to value the amazing things healthy wetlands achieve for people and nature.

There will also be a wonderful array of eco-friendly stalls and businesses showcasing their products, highlighting the growing environmental awareness of businesses in the North East.

Eco-refreshments will be provided, bring your own reusable travel mug to claim your free hot drink!

Following the morning of inspiring speakers and stalls, we’ll be heading down to Roker Marina Beach, behind Sue’s Café, to take part in a Marine Conservation Society beach clean.

You’re more than welcome to join us for the whole day, for just the morning or to head down for the litter pick and help us clean some beach!

Schedule:

8.30am – 9.30am – refreshments and eco-stalls

9.30am – 10.30am – speakers

10.30am – 11am – break

11am – 12pm – speakers

12.00pm – 1pm – refreshments and eco-stalls

1.30pm – 3pm – litter pick at Roker Marina Beach

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World Ocean Weekend
Seattle Aquarium
World Ocean Weekend

Celebrate the world’s one big ocean with us and learn to be an ocean hero! Everyone, no matter where they live, can help keep the ocean clean and healthy. We'll show you how with a variety of hands-on activities and special demonstrations.

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World Oceans Day
Texas State Aquarium
World Oceans Day

Join the Texas State Aquarium’s World Oceans Day celebration on June 8!  Discover how the Texas State Aquarium is working to conserve our oceans and learn what you can do to help our seas.  Conservation activities and games will be held throughout the aquarium.      

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World Oceans Day
Alaska SeaLife Center
World Oceans Day

Celebrate World Oceans Day with the Alaska SeaLife Center! We will have activities and programming centered around this year's theme of "Together We Can, Protect and Restore our Ocean".

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World Oceans Day
North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores
World Oceans Day

This year the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores is going to be centered around the restoration of our living shorelines.  In September of 2018, North Carolina's coastline was rocked by Hurricane Florence.  Our tagline for World Oceans Day 2019 is "Restore the Shore".  We will be facilitating marsh grass planting onsite, as well as activities and crafts in our Discovery Classroom.  We will also be hosting book readings from a local author throughout the day.

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World Oceans Day
Jenkinson's Aquarium
World Oceans Day

Join us for the worldwide celebration of our amazing oceans! Explore ways you can help keep it clean and healthy for generations to come!

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World Oceans Day
Downtown Aquarium Denver
World Oceans Day

Join Downtown Aquarium Denver in celebrating World Oceans Day 2019! On Saturday, June 8, start your aquarium visit by picking up a fun Fishy Bingo at our Conservation Table. Chat with our volunteers and interpreters along the exhibit pathway to learn about sea turtle conservation, plastic pollution, fascinating fish, and more! Participate in our community conservation efforts, like our trash-to-treasure art projects. After exploring the exhibits, stop by our classroom to claim your Fishy Bingo prizes and enjoy some family fun and learning! Find out many simple ways that you can help protect our waterways and oceans from right here in Colorado. After all,together we can make a difference! 

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World Oceans Day
Riverbanks Zoo and Garden
World Oceans Day

Join Riverbanks and people all across our blue planet as we celebrate World Oceans Day® to honor the ocean, which connects us all.  Learn how to take action for the ocean and why a healthy ocean makes for a healthy planet!  Enjoy interactive and exciting animal presentations, activities, enrichment and family friendly fun! 

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