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World Ocean’s Day 2019; here’s all you need to know


On World Oceans Day, people around the world celebrate and tribute the
oceans. Many families, friends and community get together and work towards
building a better future. On this day everyone believes that they can and will
protect our shared ocean.


-Change mind-set – encourage people to think about what the ocean
means to them and what it has to offer all of us with hopes of
conserving it for present and the future generations.
-Learn – discover the wealth of diverse and beautiful ocean creatures
and habitats and how we are all interconnected.
-Change our ways – we are all linked to, and through, the ocean! By
taking care of your backyard and helping in your community, you are
acting as a caretaker of our ocean.
-Celebrate – whether you live inland or on the coast, we are all
connected to the ocean.


-Generates oxygen
-Regulates our climate
-Cleans the water we drink
-Inspires people globally

This June, join the global community through thousands of events and
activities around the world. You just have to visit the website to plan, register and find events.

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