To start the day …. World Oceans Day, June 8, 2015!!


~~June 8, 2015~~ 

World Oceans Day is June 8th

The theme for this year is Healthy oceans, healthy planet. Explore the site to learn how you can hold an event for World Oceans Day, or take action for the ocean on your own.

World Oceans Day, held every June 8th, is the United Nations-recognized day of ocean celebration and action. People all over our blue planet organize celebrations – which can be a huge event in your community, a special announcement, or anything in between – to support action to protect the ocean.

This year, the theme is Healthy oceans, healthy planet, and we’re making a special effort to stop plastic pollution.

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World Oceans Day — Humans Have Explored Only 5 Percent

For close to a quarter of a century now, June 8th has been devoted to celebrating World Oceans Day. The day dedicated to ocean cognizance continues to gather momentum each year. The concept, first introduced in 1992 by Canada at the Earth Summit in Brazil, was eventually recognized by the United Nations in 2008.

The day’s focus is to highlight the importance of the seas for the planet’s survival and seek out ways to ensure and safeguard its sustainability. The challenges and increasing perils that the oceans are currently enduring have been well publicized. These, due in large part to variances in climate, pollution, habitat destruction and irresponsible and unregulated commercial fishing will require massive global coordination to even begin to remedy.

Another stumbling block in mapping out and managing the best strategic practices for ensuring a healthier ocean state going forward is how relatively little is still known about the planet’s dynamics below the outer crust.

While the oceans account for approximately 97 percent of the earth’s water and cover a bit over 70 percent of its surface, to date only around 5% of the oceans’ content has been accessed by mankind.

The importance of the seas for sustaining life, affecting weather patterns, functioning as the connector for remote locations as well as the provider of economic and physical well-being of millions, is little disputed. To fully understand optimum balances and work to react accordingly, much still needs to be discovered about the earth’s biological, geological, chemical and physical interactions — and how best to support these by land and by sea.

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~~Celebrate World Oceans Day! June 8th~~

~~Published on Apr 23, 2015~~

For close to a quarter of a century now, June 8th has been devoted to celebrating World Oceans Day.


~~World Oceans Day 2015~~

~~Published on Jun 1, 2015~~

8th June is World Oceans Day, an annual event recognized by the United Nations. The theme for 2015 is “Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet”, and to mark the occasion we’ve produced this reel highlighting the beauty and diversity of healthy oceans around the world, from the poles to the tropical reefs. Sit back and enjoy the amazing variety of life on our blue planet.




~~World Oceans Day 2015~~

The Narrative Lens

~Published on Jun 6, 2015~
A short tribute to Oceans Day 2015 with superb video clips of sea turtles and timeless quotes from Jacques Yves Cousteau.

We ALL are connected through NATURE!! 


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We ALL are ONE!! 


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