June 8th, 2018

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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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