Host a photo and art exhibit featuring ocean-themed works by local professional artists as well as works by non-professionals expressing their connection to the ocean and their concern about ocean issues. Visit a WashedAshore exhibit near you that creates unique art displays out of plastic pollution to educate the public about the problem of marine debris.
Looking for more audience participation? Sponsor a “paint-off” and invite young and old alike to paint ocean-themed pictures in front of an audience. The event can have music and snacks and the best works (selected by the audience) can be showcased at your organization or a local zoo, aquarium, museum, library, or other public place. Be sure to use eco-friendly paint!
Alternatively, create artwork from other materials, even trash!
Hold a writing, poetry, or even video contest featuring stories about the ocean.
Pick the winners on World Oceans Day and hold a ceremony where the winners can share their works with a crowd. You could also create a virtual contest using social media and asking your followers to pick their favorite. Also be sure to check
Eau-dacité Waterway Festival is an immersive initiative that will celebrate the local and national waterways and marine spaces. Art and culture will be used to explore the theme of “what our waterways mean to Montréalers”. This project will be targeted to all segments of the population, with a special effort to include minorities and underrepresented people in environmental sustainability fora.
The theme for World Oceans Day 2019 is ‘Together we can protect and restore our ocean’. In conjunction with the event, Brunei will be seeing a number of initiatives driven to create awareness on plastic pollution. The Department of Environment, Parks and Recreation has recently launched a No Plastic Day Everyday campaign during Earth Day 2019 and a promotional video has been made to spread this awareness. There are also many social enterprises and NGOs pressing for similar issues.
One Planet One Future will open a new exhibition on June 3, 2019 called Water at Dusk in celebration of our oceans. The exhibition will run through June 29, 2019. Leading environmental artist, Anne de Carbuccia, aims to draw attention to the planet and the current environmental crisis through her art work that includes oceans, endangered species and environments. She also will debut her short documentary film, ONE OCEAN, in New York during this exhibition.
Peace Boat, an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations and in partnership with the UN SDG Action Campaign, has carried out global educational and advocacy voyages for peace and sustainability since 1983. Peace Boat is a core member of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). Peace Boat is now developing the Ecoship, enabling the reduction of CO2 emissions by 40%, achieving zero SOx and NOx emissions, and recycling 100% of its water and waste.
The art exhibition is an original work of two plastic artists and surfers, the German Xandi Kreuzeder and the Portuguese João Parrinha, who build sculptures from marine litter collected from beaches all around the world.
This World Oceans Day, the World Heritage Centre highlights the power of art to inspire people all over the world to step up efforts to protect our Marine World Heritage for future generations.
Since the first true marine site was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1982, Marine World Heritage has grown into a global collection of 49 sites that stretch from the tropics to the poles. The collection of sites is a heaven for endangered species such as the vaquita and a host of endemic animals.
05 avril 2018 : Nettoyage de la forêt de tessala de Sidi Bel Abbes par l’association Larimar
11 mai 2018 : A Bejaia, à l'occasion de la journée du littoral, action de nettoyage, sensibilisation, expositions, reboisement des plantes, course de vélo pour les jeunes et remise de passeports de Citoyen de l'Océan par l'association Larimar. Evenement en collaboration avec l’association Nemla.
Vous avez participé au concours des « Clip et Clap pour la mer ». Seul ou en groupe, quel que soit l’endroit où vous habitez, au bord de la mer ou loin de la mer, vous avez mis en images votre message en réalisant un clip de 2 minutes et vous nous l’avez envoyé. Le Jury composé d’un membre de la direction Eau et Environnement de la Communauté d’Agglomération du Boulonnais, d’un membre du Parc marin des estuaires picards et de la mer d’Opale, d’un membre de la direction Médiation Education de Nausicaá et d’un professionnel de l’image se sont réunis et ont voté !