World Oceans Day is almost here!
What can I do?
This June 8th, challenge yourself to make a 2013 – 2014 commitment to protect the ocean. The theme is about making lasting change and it’s up to people like you to rise up and be the voice for the ocean all year long.
This two year-long commitment can be anything you imagine. Read on for some ideas.
We’re holding an ocean promise drive! Help out by asking people who attend your event to promise to change one thing in their life to protect the ocean. Visit the page to learn more.
Share the knowledge. Protect the ocean and spread the word about conservation with these fun, and educational, resources and event ideas.
This World Oceans Day, wear blue clothing to raise awareness for ocean conservation and share two ocean conservation facts with someone in your community.
There’s an ocean of opportunities for celebrations!
Speak up for the ocean! The ocean has been long mischaracterized as immune to harm by humans. It’s up to us to dispel this myth and keep the ocean healthy. Whether you’re interested in politics or hands-on volunteer work, there’s a way to get involved.
Check out our World Oceans Day aquatic clean-up toolkit. We’ve compiled all the best resources from around the web to help you organize a fun and meaningful event.
Ideas for celebrating with the little ocean lovers in your life.
Aquariums across the USA are celebrating World Oceans Day in partnership with Dr. Seuss’s classic One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Click to get more info and free Dr. Seuss materials for your own event.
On June 11th every year, people around the world don a red cap in honor of beloved ocean ambassador and conservationist Jaques Yves Cousteau.