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U.S. warship Indianapolis found 18,000 feet deep in Pacific Ocean

4 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Researchers have found the wreckage of the U.S. warship Indianapolis, which was sunk by a Japanese torpedo in the final days of World War Two, more than 18,000 feet (5.5 kilometers) below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, the Navy said on Saturday. The cruiser was returning from its mission to...

Oceanic Round-up Day 5: Defending World Champ Larkin Out Of 200 Back

By Loretta Race on SwimSwam Having finished 6th in the 100m back, defending double world champion Mitch Larkin fell back to 15th overall after the men's 200m back semifinals. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Oceanic Round-up Day 5: Defending World Champ Larkin Out Of 200 Back

Eleven awesome actions on acidification in June

Everywhere we turned this month, we saw action on ocean acidification! The issue got lots of attention internationally at the United Nations and as part of World Oceans Day, nationally in the halls of Congress and across the nation by U.S. city mayors. Here’s a roundup. (1) The United Nations Oceans Conference hosted a partnership […]

“Our Singapore Reefs: Marine Clean Up and Coral Rescue” by SeaKeepers Society promotes marine conservation

6 months agoLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

What better way to promote marine conservation than to have the SeaKeepers Society educate you on how you can do your part on World Oceans Day 2017

Dive into World Oceans Day with Google Earth and Maps

This World Oceans Day, explore our oceans and learn from experts leading marine conservation efforts around the world with Street View and Google Earth. We hope these stories and sights will inspire you to get involved and help protect our vast and fragile oceans. Show More Summary

Pair of sea lion pups released back into the ocean after months of rehabilitation

6 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

A pair of rescued young sea lions were released back into the wild, just in time for World Oceans Day. Read more...

Celebrating World Oceans Day…Or Did You?

This post on World Oceans Day is sponsored by Dawn as part of my partnership with Dawn Wildlife. Thoughts and… The post Celebrating World Oceans Day…Or Did You? appeared first on Just a Colorado Gal.

Richard Branson drops his trousers to save oceans - CNET

6 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Commentary: In honor of World Oceans Day, the Virgin Galactic founder disrobes in front of comedian Stephen Colbert. Branson also offers to send President Trump into space.

Freedive with Dolphins off Hawaii on World Oceans Day – The Inertia

Today is World Oceans Day. Yet another reminder of the importance of protecting our oceans and its incredible inhabitants. How are you celebrating? My roommate, big wave surfer Polly Ralda, and I are lucky enough to live on Oahu and enjoy being in the ocean each and every day. It’s our daily medicine. We owe [...]

Participate in Citizen Science to Celebrate World Oceans Day

This article was originally posted on August 21, 2013 but we thought this project provided a great way to celebrate World Oceans Day even if you can't make it to the beach! Calling all citizen scientists! It doesn’t matter where you are. Show More Summary

noaasanctuaries: Happy World Oceans Day from your National...

noaasanctuaries: Happy World Oceans Day from your National Marine Sanctuary System! The ocean sustains us: it provides food, medicines, and the air we breathe; it regulates our climate and weather; and it forms the basis of our economy. Plus, it’s a perfect place to relax, reflect, and play.  Join us today to celebrate the ocean. What does the ocean do for you?

A seal of approval for World Oceans Day. Here’s to protecting...

A seal of approval for World Oceans Day. Here’s to protecting the ocean for all the creatures that depend on it—including us! Check out our Conservation and Science page to see what we’re doing to help protect ocean health and marine life, and how you can help.  

UN Chief Calls Joint Global Action for Healthy Ocean

On this World Oceans Day, we look to the future. Caring for, and using, our oceans in sustainable ways is critical to achieve ecological and economic goals for communities everywhere,” said  Guterres in a message on the Day. This year, World

Musician Cody Simpson is 'Ocean Advocate' for UN

To mark World Oceans Day on May 8, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)   named Australian musician Cody Simpson as its first-ever Ocean Advocate to help raise awareness of the crucial role the ocean plays in the health of the planet and people.

Must Watch: Official Trailer for Powerful Documentary 'Chasing Coral'

"Our oceans are dramatically changing and we are losing coral reefs on a global scale." So sad. Netflix has debuted the official trailer for the extraordinary documentary Chasing Coral, in celebration of World Oceans Day today. This amazing doc is the follow-up to Chasing Ice, also profiling the devastating effects of climate change. Show More Summary

Lush's New Limited-Edition Shark Soap Is Just Fin-Tastic!

Once again, Lush is using it's power to do good. This time the brand is supporting World Oceans Day on June 8 by re-releasing the limited-edition Shark Fin Soap ($6). What's so cool is that 100 percent of sales will go to support the...Show More Summary

Midday open thread: It's World Oceans Day; Iran calls Trump statement on terror attack 'repugnant'

6 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Trump pulls out of Paris Accord to negotiate a better deal: • Polls close in the British snap election at 2 p.m. Pacific Time. As voters headed out to cast their ballots, sentiment as revealed by public...Show More Summary

What Is World Oceans Day Meant To Do?

Each year on June 8 we celebrate World Oceans Day, a date designated by the United Nations to recognize our relationship with the ocean through many different ways of global connection. Around the world, through the World Ocean Network,...Show More Summary

On World Oceans Day, ‘Arctic Circle’ artist explains how her comic takes on climate change

ALEX HALLATT wasn’t always so political. At least that you could readily detect in her comics, given her ability to camouflage her opinions in her art with the supreme skill of a cuttlefish or mimic octopus. Yet time, and dire times, has brought Hallatt onto a cartoon pulpit. Hallatt is the creator of “Arctic Circle,” the […]

Myanmar designates first marine areas protected by local fishing communities

Myanmar Department of Fisheries celebrates World Oceans Day by designating Myanmar's first Locally Managed Marine Areas (LMMAs).

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