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The oldest known mention of this name is contained in The Histories of Herodotus around 450 BC.

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How to become a Young Ocean Advocate

As a Young Ocean Advocate you will have the chance to showcase your project, participate and pitch your ideas in European events, connect with mentors, network with leading European experts, participate in working groups along with stakeholders and decision-makers to address ocean challenges, and benefit from leadership resources to make a positive change.

Last update: 14/10/20

Esther Blanco Rayón's story - Founding Member of the Youth4Ocean Forum

Meet Esther Blanco Rayón, Founding Member of the Youth4Ocean Forum

Last update: 07/10/20

Thomas Lesage's story - Founding Member of the Youth4Ocean Forum

Meet Thomas Lesage, founder of the Children for the Oceans NGO and founding member of the Youth4Ocean Forum.

Last update: 07/10/20

Natalie Prinz's story - Youth4Ocean Forum Founding Member

Here are a few words from Natalie Prinz, All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador and founding member of the Youth4Ocean Forum.

Last update: 07/10/20

Valentine Charlet's story - Youth4Ocean Forum founding member

Meet Valentine Charlet, founding member of the Youth4Ocean Forum

Last update: 18/09/20

The EU4Ocean coalition: what, what for, how?

The opening workshop of the first event of the EU4Ocean coalition underlined the societal and political importance of collective action for cost-effective ocean literacy in Europe. It introduced the logic of the online workshops organised as part of the event, from the introduction of the established ocean literacy communities to the many opportunities to contribute to the formation of collective initiatives at the European and sea-basin scales.

Start date: 24/09/2020 - 09:30
Last update: 10/09/20

Arela De Mar Campaign promotional image including the translations to 5 Iberian languages: Arela De Mar (Galician), Anhel De Mar (Catalan), Anseio de Mar (Portuguese), Anhelo De Mar (Spanish) and Itsas Irrika (Basque). A Desire for the Sea

#ArelaDeMar used art, science & social media to bring the ocean to the community. Merging art & ocean science, it collaborated with local artists and researchers to connect the Iberian publics with the ocean, during and right after lock-down.

Last update: 18/08/20

Sea Change Ocean Literacy booklet cover Ocean Literacy resources: Make a Sea Change

The H2020 funded Sea Change project empowered Europeans as Ocean Literate citizens, to take direct and sustainable action towards a healthy ocean, healthy communities and ultimately a healthy planet.

Last update: 02/09/20

Children engaging with ATLAS educational resources at Science is Wonderful, Brussels, 2019. Picture credit: Annette Wilson, AquaTT Ocean Literacy resources from the H2020 ATLAS project

Atlantic Adventures with ATLAS is a portfolio of free learning resources designed to engage children and adults with the deep sea.

Last update: 18/08/20

Virtual focus group meetings with Ocean Education Stakeholders

From May to June 2020, a total of 76 European teachers, education and ocean literacy professionals and marine scientists were mobilised in a series of 8 virtual focus group meetings to discuss the feasibility, the difficulties and the benefits of creating a Network of European Blue Schools.

Last update: 10/08/20

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