SeaAhead and Peace Boat are working together to host two Ocean Innovation 'Free Swims' during UN World Oceans Week 2020
About this Event
'Free Swims' are open forums that allow ocean innovators to connect, exchange strategies and resources, get support, and share challenges. This is an opportunity to break out into smaller discussion groups, allowing you to connect with peers and strengthen relationships.
Since 2012 The Economist Group’s annual World Ocean Summit & Expo has been the premier global event at which Heads of State, government ministers, CEOs and board directors, civil society, the finance community and scientists gather for a full and frank discussion to accelerate a sustainable ocean economy.
the 8th annual World Ocean Summit & Expo will be held in Lisbon, Portugal on March 2nd-4th 2021.
Relais & Châteaux and UN World Oceans Day are co-hosting an Instagram Live cooking series in partnership with Ethic Ocean and Oceanic Global to promote ethical sea- and plant-based meals.
Starting Wednesday May 6th, six of the world's top chefs will take to their home kitchens to show you how to make a delicious and sustainable dish. They'll answer your burning questions about how to know if a fish, crustacean, mollusk, seaweed or whatever else they feature is sustainable.
HIRED Consult is a youth-led social enterprise with expertise in management and consultancy. We focus on most critical needs, problems and create opportunities through strategy, operations, transformation, and digital delivery across board.
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.
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?