1 Promise Field Report World Oceans Day 2020 This World Oceans Day, join the United Nations virtually to raise global awareness for the abundance our ocean provides humankind, and our individual and collective duty to use its resources sustainably. Published on: June 8, 2020 Share Article: United Nations World Oceans Day is June 8. It is a day to celebrate the one ocean that connects us all. This World Oceans Day, join the UN virtually to raise global awareness for the abundance our ocean provides humankind, and our individual and collective duty to use its resources sustainably. Mobilize alongside business leaders, celebrities, governments, and research institutions over discussions on innovations for a sustainable ocean. This all-digital event, in partnership with Oceanic Global, is free and open to all online. Learn more and register here, and join the conversation @UNWorldOceansDay. This year, we've also partnered with Oceanic Global to share some of our favorite entertainment and activities around World Oceans Week. Movies Blue Planet 2 Chasing Coral The Story of Plastic End of the Line Ghost Fleet SongsEarth by Lil DickySingle-Use by Seb HeartReduce, Reuse, Recycle by Jack JohnsonWaiting on the World to Change by John Mayer Art & Immersive ExperiencesClimate Art for CongressOut of Sight Out of MindThe World's OceanGuardians of the KingdomOut of the BlueChasing Coral Kids Activities“Eyes on Plastic”Endangered Species Origami Creative Writing PromptsOcean Coloring Book“Voices for the Planet” Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Green Spaces for You At 1 Hotels, we seek out the nature around us, even in bustling cities. We believe in sharing what we know in hopes of keeping... View Story Tagged as Daylife Wellness USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice Awards Our friends and community have spoken, and we’re thrilled to have been included in the USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge 1 Hotel South Beach Designed by Nature Pathwater x 1 Hotels Pathwater’s story began in 2015 after reading a shocking stat: by the year 2050 there will be more plastic in our oceans... View Story Tagged as 1 Promise To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.