World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day

A global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. 

Jun

08

to

Jun

08

KEEP OCEANS BLUE

World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future.

On World Oceans Day, people around our blue planet celebrate and honor the ocean, which connects us all. Get together with your family, friends, community, and the planet to start creating a better future. Working together, we can and will protect our shared ocean. Join this growing global celebration on 8 June!

The main action focus is to prevent plastic pollution and encourage solutions for a healthy ocean.

Why Should I Celebrate World Oceans Day?

The world’s oceans:

  • Generate most of the oxygen we breathe
  • Help feed us
  • Regulate our climate
  • Clean the water we drink
  • Offer us a pharmacopoeia of potential medicines
  • Provide limitless inspiration!

 

         

 

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