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World Ocean Day 2021 Event Planning Toolkit


World Ocean Day 2021 Event Planning Toolkit

With less than 3 months until 8 June, it's a great time to start planning your World Ocean Day event,

Complete with resources, messaging guidance, calls to action, and more!

With less than 3 months until 8 June, it's a great time to start planning your World Ocean Day event, celebration, or activity! Check out the 2021 Event Planning Toolkit for inspiration and resources to help you plan and amplify your event, whether in person or online!

With the recently-announced 2021 Conservation Action Focus: Protecting 30% of our blue planet for a healthy ocean and climate, you can join together with the rest of the World Ocean Day community and the global movement to help achieve this ambitious and necessary goal! The Event Planning Toolkit provides tools and tips to incorporate the action focus into your event, no matter how you celebrate the Day.

World Ocean Day 2021 Event Planning Toolkit

You can also help the growing movement for 30×30 right now:

• Sign to support the 30×30 initiative as an organization!

• Share the petition link for individuals in your organization and network to sign as well!

Once you plan your event, make sure to register it so we can share it on the World Ocean Day event map!

Looking for additional ways to celebrate World Ocean Day? Stay tuned to join the World Ocean Day social media campaign starting in May to spread awareness of the 30×30 initiative and gather more public support! Check out the graphics and sample posts about 30×30 and the ocean-climate connection in the 2021 Event Planning Toolkit!

And remember…World Ocean Day is 8 June every year but we can all help every day! No matter where we live, we all affect the ocean and the ocean affects us.

One Ocean, One Climate, One Future – Together

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Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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