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We  will celebrate worldoceansday on the beach in la Goulette northern suburb of Tunis, my  students of hightshool , eco-activist freinds and myself ,we will clean up the beach, the teenage students will dance on the indian song "Tik Tak" plastic dance of Manav mangel school. we  will take many symbolic pictures in solidarity with the worldoceansday community. with the quote "TogetherWeCan."

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Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

In conjunction with the Marine Institute Dingle Oceanworld are orgaising to #Go Atlantic Blue! This involves getting as many maritime or coastal buildings to ligh up Blue in order to raise awareness about the Atlantic Ocean. The Blennerville Windmill will be lighting up blue at night for the weeknd of the 7-10th of June. Dingle Aquarium will be turning some of their tanks blue as well as hosting Ocean based activities in our Kidszone area all weekend and some of our staff may even be sporting blue hair on the weekend! 

It is set to be an exciting weekend so do pop down to the aquarium for some daytime activites and keep your eyes peeled for buildings, statues and fishing boats that have gone blue in the evenings! And of course keep an eye out for the #GoAtlanticBlue in your area as this initative is being rolled out all over Ireland for the weekend! 


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#guardianidellacostaliceoMontiCesena: "quanta plastica nella spiaggia tra Cervia e Cesenatico?"

Al termine dell'attività svolta in alternanza scuola-lavoro come "guardiani della costa", gli studenti della classe 3Cc presentano un video autoelaborato sulla loro esperienza, in particolare sul monitoraggio e raccolta dei rifiuti e sul tema delle plastiche e microplastiche, ritrovati nel tratto di costa da Cervia a Cesenatico.

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In occasione della Giornata nazionale del Mare e della Cultura Marinara, il team diCosta Crociere Foundation ha lanciato la call-to-action #GuardianiDellaCostaPerUnGiorno e insieme a un gruppo di volontari di Costa Crociere ha pulito la spiaggia libera diGenova-Sturla.

Questa iniziativa, volta a sensibilizzare la comunità verso la salvaguardia del litorale italiano, rientra nell’ambito del programma “Guardiani della Costa”, un progetto di citizen science per la tutela delle coste italiane che Costa Crociere Foundation ha lanciato nel 2017, rivolto a studenti e insegnanti delle scuole superiori italiane. Il programma ha lo scopo di sensibilizzare — attraverso l’adozione di tratti di costa — gli studenti, i giovani e i cittadini alla fragile bellezza delle nostre coste, aumentando la consapevolezza sui problemi derivanti dall’aumento dei rifiuti, in particolare plastici, lungo il litorale, sulle spiagge e in mare.

Nell’attività di pulizia della spiaggia di Genova-Sturla è stato coinvolto anche il team Commerciale e marketing di Costa Crociere, che ha invitato gli agenti di viaggio di tutta Italia ad aderire a questa iniziativa, diventando a loro volta #GuardianiDellaCostaPerUnGiorno, con i propri collaboratori, clienti e famigliari, adottando e pulendo una spiaggia del proprio territorio.

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Spirit of Gold Coast Whale Watching Cruise

We celebrated World Oceans Day hosting a special event as a part of our regular Whale Watching Cruise. We organized kids activities on this cruise including reusable paper bag making tutorial, art and craft using recyclable material and group craft and painting sessions. We also sold re-usable wooden cutleries, re-usable bamboo straws, bamboo toothbrush and bio-degradable and eco-friendly plush toys in order to raise donations forAustralian Marine Conservation Society.

We also had representatives from Australian Marine Conservation Society on the boat sharing their current initiatives with passengers, discussing how we can all protect and help save the Oceans.

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We invite everybody to join us on 5 June 2019 to celebrates one plastic free day. All you have to do is take a picture of something you would like to see go plastic free and post it on your social with the hashtag #oneplasticfreeday


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We will be recovering ocean plastic from Vilankulo and the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park and showing Our Planet. Our program involves youth, fishermen, public official, tourism and commercial businesses, transport collecitves and more.

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EDF de México, Meridian Institute and Packard Foundation are launching the # YoPorLosOcéanos campaign in the framework of World Oceans Day (June 8). The campaign is derived from our efforts last year to make the economic, social and environmental importance of the Mexican oceans visible, as well as to generate a public conversation about its sustainable use and conservation.
#YoPorLosOcéanos seeks to raise awareness about the relevance of the oceans, from the different sectors that depend on them. For this reason and following our commitment to the optimal use of our oceans, we have directed this campaign to public opinion, always taking into account reaching the key decision makers to amplify our objectives.
The activities of the campaign include the publication of audiovisual content to reinforce our messages, which is why we would appreciate supporting us to disseminate it in their social networks, with the entities and people they consider relevant to achieve the widest possible reach. For this, we share thislink where you will find a set of graphic contents of the campaign (images, videos, and infographics) accompanied by a file with suggested texts that can be published freely as of today. These will be updated to be able to echo until the World Oceans Day. Later on, we will announce a photography contest with the purpose of highlighting the relevance of the oceans in Mexico.
Likewise, we would appreciate being followed on the official social networks of the Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram campaign.
We are very excited to continue making # YoPorLosOcéanos known and we would love to have your support!

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"Golden Apples of the Sun - Surf Movie Soundtracks Edition"
www.rtrfm.com.au or RTRFM 92.1 on the FM Radio Dial in Perth, Western Australia
"Golden Apples of the Sun - Surf Movie Soundtracks Edition"

"Golden Apples of the Sun" is a 2 hour Sunday afternoon radio program on Perth independent community radio station RTRFM 92.1.

On Sunday 9 June 2019, the program will explore the theme of "surf movie soundtrack music", focussing on the 1970s, the dawn of contemporary surf music soundtracks, and thus explore the unique role oceans play in the pursuit of 'free surfing', both now & then.

The program will play tracks from surf movie soundtracks including "Morning of the Earth", "Sea of Joy", "The Hot Generation", "Ride A White Horse" and Tim Winton's "Breath", amongst others, and include audio snippets of the special enjoyment of oceans thru surfing. It will be a sonic journey through swells, curls, reefs, breaks and sandbanks and the beauty and power of the ocean in the form of its surf.

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"I Need Your Help" - Cunang Beach Clean Up 2019

In honor of World Oceans Day on the June 8th, it is important to gather people around the world to be a Volunteer to remove trash and debris from beaches.

I am here to call on townspeople in your area including friends, strangers, and local schools to help beautify the area and teach  positive habits when it comes to maintaining a cleaner ocean.

By Me ALONE, I can do so little, together we can do so much.



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"Together we can protect and restore our ocean"

9 -10 am.  Colony Beach, Ocean Avenue Kennebunkport.  Unless you have your own, gloves, water, and bags will be provided.  Bring your phone and we'll show you how to use EZ phone apps to report your trashy findings! FMI: info@SoMePlaneteers.org or on FB


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Colégio José Álvaro Vidal, Fundação Cebi

Que até ausente soube cercar

A terra inteira com o seu abraço"

Fernando Pessoa in "Mensagem"

The end of the school year Is coming and at our school, Colégio José Álvaro Vidal, and that means it’s time to celebrate. This year our event is going to focus on three areas: the celebration of the 500th year anniversary of Magellan’s journey around the world, globalisation and sustainability. Our activities will bring together Dance, Art, Music and above all, awareness. We want to be plastic free, promoting a healthy live style and paying tribute to ancient tribes who knew and still know that Earth can teach us the most valuable lessons. If we can only respect it enough to listen.

Because the ocean is such an important part of our culture, we also want to celebrate World Oceans Day: we will have an exhibition with different sculptures depicting the many species endangered by the same plastic they are going to be built with (recycled plastic bottles, plastic bags and such recovered by our students: while cleaning the beach; brought from the recycling bins at home/school). This exhibit will be our small contribution to raising awareness to an issue so close to our hearts.

500 years have passed since the first time Magellan first set out on a vast, unknown ocean to explore a brand new world. We don’t have 500 years more to save it. Change is not only urgent, but inevitable. 

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¡Aniversario Bajamar junto a Mingas por el Mar! #WorldOceansDay

Our second anniversary is coming and we will celebrate it with Mingas by the Sea EC, with an event dedicated to the sea and its conservation, to music and obviously to good beer!

With the purchase of your ticket ($ 10) you are supporting the activities of environmental education, beach and reef clean ups, and research of marine ecosystems in Ecuador.

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“Paesaggio marino-costiero: cultura e tutela” – Workshop ed escursione sul territorio


 “Paesaggio marino-costiero: cultura e tutela” – Workshop 4 giugno 2019 presentazione progetto conclusivo di ASL Liceo G. Galilei di Napoli e ISMAR-CNR di Napoli. Dimostrazione ed applicazioni sul territorio 8 giugno 2019, con gli studenti del Liceo G. Galilei.

In occasione delle celebrazioni per la “Giornata Mondiale degli Oceani 2019”, la Delegata al Mare del Comune di Napoli, dr.ssa Daniela Villani, con gli studenti del Liceo Scientifico “Galileo Galilei” di Napoli e gli esperti ricercatori dell’Istituto di Scienze Marine del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (ISMAR-CNR) di Napoli, discuteranno dei risultati conseguiti nel progetto di Alternanza Scuola Lavoro su tematiche di tutela della risorsa mare, con un Workshop dal titolo “Paesaggio marino-costiero: cultura e tutela”, martedì 4 giugno 2019 alle ore 11,30 in Sala Giunta a Palazzo San Giacomo.

Il Programma prevede due interventi di divulgazione scientifica da parte del personale dell’ISMAR-CNR sul concetto ed importanza del Paesaggio Geologico in ambiente marino-costiero, sia emerso (dr. Francesco Paolo Buonocunto) che sommerso (dr. Crescenzo Violante), che introdurranno ai lavori redatti dagli studenti a conclusione del percorso triennale, seguirà discussione su eventuali applicazioni sul territorio del progetto sviluppato.

Si proseguirà sabato 8 giugno dalle ore 10,00 alle 13,00 in Rotonda Diaz, con un info-point gestito dagli studenti del Liceo Scientifico al fine di condurre il cittadino in un viaggio alla scoperta del paesaggio napoletano dove il mare sarà il vero protagonista.

La prof.ssa Giovanna Longobardo, coordinatrice delle attività di ASL per il Liceo G. Galilei ribadisce l’opportunità che gli studenti delle 4 classi coinvolte hanno avuto nel triennio di attività di formazione con i ricercatori dell’ISMAR-CNR, di accrescere il proprio bagaglio di competenze in materia di lettura ambientale, tutela e prevenzione del rischio nella fascia marino-costiera, nonché ampliare la cultura del mare.

Il dr. Francesco Paolo Buonocunto, responsabile scientifico del progetto per l’ISMAR-CNR, ci tiene a sottolineare l’impegno profuso dagli studenti e dai tutor didattici nel percorso di alternanza ed invita tutti a partecipare al workshop e soprattutto alla dimostrazione pratica dell’8 giugno per apprezzare quanto sviluppato in termini progettuali. L’alternanza ha dato infatti l’opportunità di sviluppare un progetto di tutela e salvaguardia del territorio attraverso una lettura critica del paesaggio marino costiero, vero patrimonio culturale della città di Napoli.

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“Words on Water”

Words on Water is a writing contest for World Oceans Day in the categories of poet, prose and plays. The theme is “water” as all water is eventually part of the oceans. On the evening of World Oceans Day, at the Harwich Community Center on Cape Cod, the Blue Institute will host an evening of readings & performances of the contest winners. Join us!

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100-Day Beach Cleanup Drive
Beach Road, Visakhapatnam, India
100-Day Beach Cleanup Drive

India Youth For Society planned for 100 days from April 12, 2019 from Jodugullapalem to GITAM College, Beach Road, Visakhapatnam. On the first day, Shri M Harinarayan, Municipal Commissioner, has joined along with his staff. He worked for two hours and appreciated the team. Till date, we collected 9 tons of bottles and 800 kgs of plastics from this campaign. We recycle these plastics at our unit and probably, there would be 20 tons glass bottles and 4 tons of plastic in next month. Everyday it begins at 6 am and closes at 8 am. Sundays, we work till 10 a.m.

Observations: It is estimated that around 200 people visit this in the morning and 1100 visitors in the evening. There are no lights and no dust bins. There are six regular food vendors int he evening and one breakfast vendor in the morning. On an average 3 birthday-parties take place every day - two of them is cake party and one of them is beer party. On and average, one wedding shoot is taking place and 4 bikers take photos as it is a beautiful view point.

We spent 33600 till date for snacks, logistics, labours when it is required. We raised 11007/- rupees till date as contributions.

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10th Clean-Up Day! #worldoceansday

On June 8th 2019, on the World Oceans Day, Ostia Clean-Up and Parley for the Oceans will co-host an amazing event on the beach of Rome, Ostia. The appointment is at 10am at ex-Amanusa beach, where a pavillion will welcome volunteers and partners. There, participants will be equipped with gloves, vests and trash bags, and the clean-up will start! 

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2019 Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp - Ocean Week
GTM Research Reserve Visitor Center
2019 Adventures in the Estuary Summer Camp - Ocean Week

If tickets are sold out please complete the waitlist form (https://goo.gl/forms/gWiio9YMAvcU4mNC2). We will call/email you when a spot becomes available. Open spots are reserved on a first come, first serve basis and you will have 24 hours to respond.

WHO: The Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve or GTM Research Reserve, a living laboratory and coastal recreation area!

WHAT (Day Camps)- Ocean Week camp will be have themes focusing on ocean habitats, biodiversity, and conservation. Campers will participate in activities and lessons indoors and outdoors. They will also spend time at the beach in the water. Camp staff will be lifegaurd, CPR and first aid certified.

7-9 year old (Gobies) - Campers will be immersed in the ocean and beach habitats. While investigating how and why the ocean is always changing they will get to experience the rich biodiversity within the ocean and on our beaches. Campers will take part in scientific monitoring activities very similar to the same monitoring programs our biologists conduct on site. Also, campers will be introduced to the chemistry behind ocean water and the underlying issues (ocean acidification, eutrophication or dead zones). More information will be shared on our website as summer camp approaches.

10-12 year old (Rays) - This is similar to the 7-9 year old description. This camp has an additional engineering and technology component --- underwater remote operated vehicles and 3-D scanning/ printing! Campers will be immersed in the ocean and beach habitats. While investigating how and why the ocean is always changing they will get to experience the rich biodiversity within the ocean and on our beaches. Campers will take part in scientific monitoring activities very similar to the same monitoring programs our biologists conduct on site. Also, campers will be introduced to the chemistry behind ocean water and the underlying issues (ocean acidification, eutrophication or dead zones). More information will be shared on our website as summer camp approaches.

WHEN: Campers should arrive by 8:00 a.m. (Monday - Friday), no earlier than 7:50 a.m. Camper pick-up is at 5:00 p.m., no later than 5:10 p.m. This is different from previous years in order to accomodate our working parents and guardians. Camp will officially begin at 8:00 a.m. inside the classroom where we will begin with warmup activities. Outdoor activities will begin at 9:00 a.m. (therefore it is strongly encouraged that your camper is here by that time). Wind-down activities will begin at 3:30 p.m.. You are of course welcome to pick up your camper anytime throughout the day however, all campers will be located at the GTM Research Reserve's Visitor Center after 3:30 p.m.


  • Due to the structure of activities and based on experience we try to stick to the age requirements. However, we'll permit campers that are posed to turn the minimum age within ONE MONTH after the camp start date. Meaning if you'd like your 6 year old to attend the 7-9yr camp then we'll allow it if they turn 7 within one month after the camp start date.
  • We will provide snacks throughout the day. The morning will consist of a healthy snack (fruit/nuts/grains) and the afternoon will usually consist of a popsicle (to help cool down).
  • Lunches - Parents/Guardians must provide a lunch for their campers. We try to encourage the campers to bring a litter-less lunch (lots of resuables). We will provide a water bottle and water throughout the day.
  • Campers must bring: insect repellent (strongly encouraged), sunscreen (strongly encouraged), towel, change of clothes, close-toed shoes (no flip flops), sunglasses, hat.
  • Your camper(s) will only be allowed to go home with people you have indicated on a list that will be sent around (via email) closer to the start of camp.
  • We usually work on the agenda up until the week before because there's lots of cool activities. We will send that around to registrants closer to the start of camp. Usually (because of the heat) we'll be inside in the morning, conducting experiments or working on projects and then outside in the afternoon (the breeze usually picks up by this time). Please see the notes under "WHEN" for additional information.
  • Please note the 7-9 year olds (gobies) and the 10-12 year olds (rays) will be in two separate camps and most likely not interact throughout the week.

REFUND POLICY: There are no full refunds. A 50% refund will be issued if you cancel 30 days prior to the start date the summer camp (Friday, May 10, 2019, 5:00PM EST). No refunds will be issued after this deadline.

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2019 UN World Oceans Day Conference
United Nations Headquarters
2019 UN World Oceans Day Conference

The UN is hosting a conference in celebration of World Oceans Day. This year's theme is "Gender & Oceans". Storytellers and speakers from around the world will join to share perspectives to build greater ocean and gender literacy and discover possible ways to promote gender equality in ocean-related activities such as marine scientific research, fisheries, labour at sea, migration by sea and human trafficking, policy-making and management.

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2019 World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup Jamboree

Bahamas Plastic Movement will host it’s 5th Annual World Oceans Day Beach Clean Jamboree up in Governors Harbour,, Eleuthera at the beautiful Sky Beach (Tentative). Our aim is to unite and engage youth and community members from North, South and Central Eleuthera in an act of environmental stewardship, while providing a chance to connect with nature and each other. This event aims to remove a minimum of 500 lbs of  plastic debris from the beach with this cleanup initiative. Participants will clean the beach on June 8th from 11am-2pm and will celebrate our world’s oceans during a  picnic and an afternoon filled with fun and games before transporting debris from the beach

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