What are you doing on June 8?
June 8 is World Oceans Day (WOD). If you care, you’ll be helping to celebrate the world’s oceans and encouraging others to keep them healthy.
We are an ocean planet. The ocean is our liver. Our liver’s not doing so well and needs a detox.
YOU are the detox herb. YOU can imbue yourself into our liver and cleanse her of the junk she struggles with.
All you have to do is: DO SOMETHING to raise awareness of our wonderful oceans and make sure our young people know how wonderful the oceans are. Here’s some ideas from World Oceans Day:
There’s an ocean of opportunities for celebrations!
Every global citizen has responsibilities and opportunities for improving the health of our shared ocean. This year, make positive changes in your own life that will also benefit the ocean.
Share the knowledge! Protect the ocean and spread the word about conservation with these fun, and educational, event ideas.
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.
This WOD, wear blue clothing to raise awareness for ocean conservation and share two ocean conservation facts with someone in your community.
On June 11th every year, people around the world don a red cap in honor of beloved ocean ambassador and conservationist Jaques Yves Cousteau.