In 2019, IOI Thailand will organize a 25 km biking campaign "Bike for Coastal Conservation (BCC)" at Pranburi Forest Park, Prajuabkirikhan Province on Sunday 9 June 2019. There will be around 300 Senior government officers, CEOs, business managers, bicycle clubs community and families to attend and to celebrate the WOD 2019.
Chesapeake Bay Research and Management: Progress and Future Challenges
The Chesapeake Research Consortium / Chesapeake Community Modeling Program (CCMP) seeks to improve observational and modeling tools specific to the Chesapeake Bay and its surrounding environment by fostering collaborative, open source research. The purpose of the seventh biennial Chesapeake Community Research Symposium is to identify and showcase existing observational and modeling research efforts and decision support tools using data.
Women and the Ocean - that is the fitting focus of World Ocean Day this year. It reminds us that probably 50% of workers along the fish value chain are women - but data are for the most part missing except for some case studies - one of the many things to change for healthy oceans, prosperious and sustainable fisheries and respectful conditions ensured for women, men and ocean life. Brussels kicked off again the series of events by Mundus maris and its partners on three continents to celebrate World Ocean's Day.
Naipunnya School of Management celebrated World Oceans Day in collaboration with UNDP Ocean Action Hub. As part of the celebrations Fr. George Mavumkoottathil inaugurated the event by giving a message on ocean conservation for future generations as well as contemporary world. Students from the college under the 'Ocean Action Hub' club actively participated in the cleaning activities on the shores of Arabian Sea in Andhakaranazhi beach area.
Grand Palladium and TRS hotels in Mexico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Brazil will be supporting the International Ocean Day with different educational and sports activities for their guest, aligned with their environmental responsibility.
When it comes to the environment, it can be a challenge for us to go beyond education, through to engagement, all the way to advocacy. Join us for this dynamic, collaborative workshop session where you will experience a new set of tools: first as a participant, then as a leader.
In 2009 we were in Copenhagen for COP15, representing science centres and museums in the fight against climate change. Ten years later, we find ourselves back in the same city. And this time, it’s for crisis talks. The IPCC’s latest report was crystal clear: cut carbon emissions as much as possible and as fast as possible, to mitigate the effects of climate change. What concrete action can we, as science engagement organisations, take now to rise to this challenge?