World Oceans Day 2023!

Today we celebrate World Oceans Day, it reminds everyone of the major role and life source the ocean provides. The ocean is a huge body of salt water that covers about 71% of the Earth’s surface and produces at least 50% of the planet’s oxygen.

Every year, 8 million metric tons of plastics enter our ocean on top of the estimated 150 million metric tons that currently circulate our marine environments. Much of this plastic is low-value, single-use plastic like food wrappers, plastic bottles and lids. Additionally, 90% of big fish populations are depleted and 50% of coral reefs destroyed; we are taking more from the ocean than can be replenished.

The theme of this year is ‘Planet Ocean: tides are changing’ – the UN is joining forces with decision-makers, indigenous leaders, scientists, private sector executives, civil society, celebrities, and youth activist to put the ocean first.

We need to work together to create a new balance with the ocean that no longer depletes its bounty, but instead restores its vibrancy and brings new life.

Follow the link below to see any events to take part in celebrating the ocean.

Calendar – United Nations World Oceans Day (

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