On June 11th & 12th, Children for the Oceans attended the High-level science-policy conference co-organised by European Marine Board, the European Commission and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO

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European Marine Board prepared a message to the wider society represented by the participants of EurOCEAN 2019. It describes how we should work together during the next decade (2021-2030), in light of the forthcoming IPCC report on the Ocean and Cryosphere, to achieve the future we want for the ocean and the role we envisage for the European marine science community to contribute to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Children for the Oceans and Thomas Lesage, Godfather of the World Ocean Day at the Aquarium de la Porte Doré in Paris on June 8th

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Thomas had the chance to be invited as godfather of the World Ocean Day at the Aquarium of the Porte Doré in Paris with Valérie Masson- Delmotte, a French climate scientist and Research Director at the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, where she works in the Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory (LSCE).

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Children for the Oceans also joined the March for the Oceans organised by Surfrider on the dame day.