IMPACT MONDAY

JUNE 8 - World Oceans Day

Human activities impact ocean ecosystems everyday via transportation, fishing, and resource extraction.

#oceansweekvictoria

Daily Action Goals

Make a list of your own daily activities and reflect on how they may impact the ocean ecosystem, in positive and negative ways.

Check out this Facebook post where we share ways to increase positive and decrease negative impact. Share with us what you did & hashtag #oceansweekvictoria

Salish Sea Snippet

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Click the image to learn more about today’s theme and meet some local ocean people with Brett Soberg from Eagle Wing Tours.

New videos premiere at 9am every day of Oceans Week Victoria 2020!

Today's Live Events 

Activities to Try

Parental Involvement Level Guide:

LOW

Children and youth can grab a device and join us on their own.

MED

Parents will need to help with this activity from time to time for things like printing, cutting, or downloading.

HIGH

This is a family activity that suggests going out of the house together or working with more complicated materials.

Talk with Q&A

3:00 pm PDT

Dwight Owens - ONC

#VIRTUALbluedecade:

Hot, sour, and breathless:

Answering your questions about our changing Pacific

Ages 19+

Hosted through Zoom and Facebook

Register Here!

Panel Discussion

4:00 -5:30 pm PDT

UN Association in Canada- Vancouver and the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 

Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean

Teen & Adult

Hosted through Cisco Webex

Register Here!

See more Online Events for
World Oceans Day at these links:
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Oceans Week 

Canada

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Best for: Kids (up to 10 years)

Parental Involvement Level:

M

Best for: Teens & Adults

Best for: The Whole Family

M

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