World Oceans Day 2012

World Oceans Day 2012


Published on Youtube by OneWorldOneOcean

“June 8 marks the 20th observance of World Oceans Day, a global event that has been recognized by the United Nations since 2008. Along with celebrating the oceans and the life they sustain in the water and on land, the day is also meant to encourage individuals to take steps to boost preservation efforts.

This year, we encourage you to reach out to young people in your community and help inspire them for the 2012 theme Youth: the Next Wave for Change. Explore this site for ideas, resources, and information about how you can get involved.”

World Oceans Days Website

World Oceans Days Time
It’s no secret the entire world is connected. Our endless technological advancements allow data to beam across the world in an instant. The rapidly flourishing economy lets businesses operate the same way in both Canada and Cambodia. We forget, though, that one network has linked every creature on Earth since the beginning of time: the oceans that cover more than 70% of our planet’s surface…

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