You are all invited to our Show! The proposal is a moment with music, dance and plasticity as a form of alliance between the Arts and Sciences in a show created by the Artemanha Cultural Movement (@artemanha) and Umbandaum Group, from Caravelas/BA.

This show is a joint action with the Project@merosdobrasilin allusion to the LGBTQIA+ World Pride Day and in support of SDG 5 (gender equality) and the fight for respect for diversity. This partnership is also in favor of SDGs 10, 14 and 17, which deal respectively with:

-Reducing inequality within and between countries;
-Conservation and sustainable use of oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development;
-Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
So mark the agenda: 26/06, at 4 pm and join us!
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The Budiãos Project is developed by@institutonautilus in partnership with 7 universities and sponsored by @petrobras

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Celebrating Ocean Day and Environment Week, the Cleaning of the Seas project returned this Sunday (13) to the place where it all began and which has hosted several of the 24 stages carried out so far: the Arvoredo Marine Biological Reserve.

With today’s action, the project arrived at the mark of 106.2 tonnes removed from the bottom of the sea, beaches and costons,
The plastic number found at the capim bag ribbon located on the Arvoredo Reserve, plus sandals at the bottom of the sea was impressive. It was 235 pet bottles, 11 gallons, 02 large container of urban trash, 3 balls, 1 thermal bottle of coffee, slippers, shoes, boots, foams, rest of the boat, buckets, 05 fishing nets, dolls, styrofoam, screw and others. Totaling over half a ton of trash.
Due to the pandemic, the vessel was at half its capacity and total 30 volunteers among divers and others who went on a Sunday to do their part. #iPonnetheface

The stage also participated with the Brazilian Navy and ICMBio vessel
The initiative features an army of divers and other volunteers. It also contemplates a serious preservation awareness program. ′′ In all this time we also choose schools for talks and actions with children, ensuring a more sustainable future “, Michele says.

′′ If everyone does their part, we’ll have better conditions soon. Our support goes beyond sponsorship, because we are engaged with network collaborators acting as volunteers “, explains Leandro Hommerding, regional marketing manager of Fort Atacadista, sponsor of Cleaning the Seas.

The achievement is from ACATMAR, @programamundomar and @acquanautafloripa, with sponsorship of @fortatacadista and support from the Captaincy of Ports of SC, ICMBio, Environmental Military Police SC, Praia Company, Yacht Club Veleiros da Island, Paulista Balloons, Plastkolor , Comcap, and Blue Flag program
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O NUPEM/UFRJ convida a todos para comemorar o dia Mundial dos Oceanos! Este ano o evento será online e contará com vídeos e lives sobre diversos temas relacionados ao ambiente e biodiversidade marinha. O conteúdo dos vídeos foi elaborado em parceria entre alunos, pesquisadores e professores do NUPEM UFRJ e convidados. Acesse nossa página do Youtube Dia Mundial dos Oceanos/NUPEM e participe!!

A nossa comemoração também envolve um conteúdo para crianças, nossa versão Dia Mundial dos Oceanos Kids, onde convidamos crianças e adolescentes a expressarem sua paixão pelos oceanos em forma de arte. As fotos recebidas pelo email do evento ( irão compor um vídeo incrível e será exibido na nossa página do Youtube e instagran (@oceanos.nupem). Mais informações no folder de divulgação em anexo.

O evento deste ano ainda contará com o apoio da prefeitura Municipal de Macaé para o projeto de eduação ambiental em forma de arte “O oceano começa aqui”. Junto com a secretaria de ambiente SEMA iremos pintar bueiros localizados em pontos específicos da cidade com imagens de animais marinhos e a frase do projeto. A iniciativa tem sido realizada em diversos lugares do mundo e será realizada pela primeira vez em Macaé!

Crédito da foto: Luciano Fischer, Bruna Pagliani

On June 8, 2021, 2:00-4:00 PM UTC, we will commemorate the World Ocean Day with a unique panel led by Alan Leonardi, former Director of NOAA’s Ocean Exploration Program and current President and CEO of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, which represents the leading American ocean science, research, and technology organizations from academia, industry, and the larger nonprofit sector, in shaping the future of ocean science and technology and in setting the ocean community up for success.

The central topic will be the past, present and future of ocean observation and how it will contribute for achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water and for delivering greater benefits for both the ocean ecosystems and for society within the context of the UN Decade of Ocean Science 2021-2030.

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Parley for the Oceans is hosting a selective cleanup sail event, and members will be sharing their progress on Instagram

6/8, on World Oceans Day, we will be leaving, once again, together with the #SailingForTheOceans expedition ! It is a pleasure to support this project, which seeks to foster debate, raise awareness about plastic pollution and climate change, and get our hands dirty with cleaning efforts and educational activities.

initiatives like this are extremely important, since each year more than 10 million tons of plastic waste end up in our oceans – the equivalent of 1 garbage truck per MINUTE.

Thanks@ju_nas.mares @parley.tvfor the invitation, especially on this very significant date!




Note: To protect the health and safety of the crew and surrounding communities, safety protocols against COVID-19 will be followed during the expedition, including PCR testing, quarantine, mask use and social distancing.

Image: @ju_nas.mares e @mar_masita

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After a long period away from the actions, our volunteers return to the Santos mangrove this Sunday (06/06) for a cleanup action in celebration of World Environment Day and World Ocean Day.

This will be the second voluntary action integrating the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), proposed by the United Nations with the objective of building a support structure for the actions of sustainable management of the Oceans carried out by several countries.

Voluntary service: natural area cleaning
Ecosystem: mangrove
We provide: transportation, identification vest, sunscreen, repellent, alcohol gel, gloves, wellies boots, buckets, garbage bags, mineral water and participation certificate via email.
Meeting point and transportation: show up at the meeting point at least 10 minutes in advance. Bus departs at 8:10 am from 266 Oswaldo Cruz Street, Boqueirão. Map: Return at 15 hours.
COVID-19 safety protocol: mandatory use of mask, alcohol gel, buses with reduced transport capacity.

🖐 Registration:

🎯 We recommend the use of light clothing, a backpack to store belongings, high socks to wear with boots, a mug, a snack and a reinforced meal for breakfast.

🔞 Under 18 only accompanied by a responsible adult.

📆 Subject to date change according to weather conditions.

Realization: EcoFaxina Institute
Support: Society for the Improvement of Jardim São Manoel, GAM-SE, UNESCO Chair for Ocean Sustainability, Institute for Advanced Studies at USP, Oceanographic Institute at USP, UNISANTA, LIDE Litoral Paulista, Terracom Engenharia, Instituto Vedacit, Mr. Sustainable Fashion Fly and Santos City Hall.

Brazilian Boy & Girls Sea Scouts will meet online in an educational action to raise awareness of ocean conservation. In some parts of Bahia, educational actions will be carried out to clean up the pollution of the beaches.

Um oceano, um clima, um futuro- juntos!

The virtual photography exhibition “Icy Sea” is an initiative of the MicrOcean Lab of the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo (IOUSP), with the objective of disseminating the polar sciences, the stunning landscapes and the biodiversity of Antarctica. This is also a contribution to the scientific promotion in the context of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (Ocean Decade, 2021-2030), in which we must become aware of the role of each one for the conservation of biodiversity and the sustainable use of marine resources for a clean and healthy ocean today and in the future.

LET´S PROTECT OUR OCEANS! Vamos proteger nossos oceanos!

This World Ocean Day we will bring awareness to our students about the importance of having a clean ocean! Conscientizar nossos alunos sobre a importância de se ter oceanos limpos!

LET´S PROTECT OUR OCEANS! THEY GIVE US LIFE! THEY ARE LIFE! Vamos proteger nossos oceanos! Eles nos dão vida! Eles são vida!

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