The United Nations announces the first event for global digital to celebrate this day puts you in the magnifying glass world the importance of the oceans for humanity.
New York, NY. (UN) – The 8th of June, the United Nations released their first version all-digital of your event’s annual World Oceans Day in celebration of its theme of 2020: Innovation for an ocean sustainable, produced in partnership with the nonprofit organization Oceanic Global.
The event will present speeches, panels and presentations inaugural initiated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the General Assembly, with the leading voices for the ocean that include: Cara Delevingne, Bill McKibben, Paul Hawken, Ali Velshi and Jean-Michel Cousteau.
The transmission of World Oceans Day will be open to the world by live signal, from 10 AM to 5 PM (EDT) on the official website of the event (www.unworldoceansday.org/2020) with the content shared on social channels, recently launched @unworldoceansday. Similarly, the UNWOD will also be a closing concert as part of the schedule of the day 4:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. (EDT), with performances from international musicians.
On World Oceans Day and edition 2020
Since its creation in 2008, UNWOD -for its acronym in English – has been celebrating the ocean and its importance to the planet and our lives, the time that creates awareness about the many threats it faces. As the challenges for the ocean continue to grow, the more urgent does the need for innovative solutions and the people who drive it.
To this end, the subject of UNWOD 2020 is Innovation for an ocean sustainable. Innovation, related to the introduction of new methods, ideas or products, it is a dynamic term, and fundamentally full of hope. The event will touch topics about the innovations from all over the world in areas of need and will provide a platform to thought leaders from diverse backgrounds, that are paving new roads for the health of our ocean and our planet in general.
The day will begin with the opening comments of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, followed by messages of the President of the General Assembly and Cara Delevingne. The sessions featured throughout the day will include a general overview of the state of our oceans by Bill McKibben, a presentation by Paul Hawken, a conversation multi-generational between Jean-Michel Cousteau, Celine Cousteau and Fabien Cousteau, and a panel discussion with a wide range of voices. including Tom Szaky, founder of Terracycle, and the youth activist Lilly Platt.
The programming will also feature a segment of “Solutions outstanding” during which you will present business solutions to problems from the ocean ranging from Bubble Barrier, which addresses plastic pollution until Finless Food, which creates bluefin tuna cultivated in the laboratory. Also we will announce the winners of the Seventh Annual Contest
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The annual event of World Oceans Day the United Nations marks the start of the “Week of the World’s Oceans” to be held from 1 to June 14, during which it will develop further events organised by platform members are Friends of the World Oceans Day, the UN and other enthusiasts that are also revolving around the theme of innovation.
Cara Jocelyn Delevingne (Actress) The actress and musician Cara Delevingne is one of the faces more recognizable in the world. Last year, Cara teamed up with Advaya to launch EcoResolution, a platform that encourages people from all over the world to take action against our climate crisis and ecological and co-create a world that prosper. She will be in charge of the opening remarks, together with the Secretary General of the United Nations and the President of the General Assembly.
Bill McKibben (Environmentalist Bill McKibben wrote the first book for a general audience on climate change (The End of Nature, 1989) and co-founded 350.org, an organization’s global climate database. He received the Gandhi Peace Award, the Right Livelihood Award, and is the Schumann Distinguished Scholar in environmental studies at Middlebury College in Vermont. He will be part of the first conference which will take place on World Oceans Day: The current state of our oceans.