Blue Institute has moved its third annual World Oceans Day Cape Cod 2020 to an online platform to be celebrated throughout the month of June. This year we are organizing an Interdisciplinary Festival featuring creative performances, timely presentations and wide ranging discussions from local, regional and international voices across disciplines.
Join us on-line to hear special readings and unique performances of the 2019 Winners of the Blue Institute "Words on Water" Poetry, Prose, and Playwriting competition.
Submissions for this year's contest are due the last day of June. Finalists for the 2020 "Words on Water "writing contest will be announced in early July. Finalists writings will be read/performed online over the following months culminating in a Words on Water 2020 Winners Celebration in the Fall.
Join us on-line to hear music, see dance, create art that celebrates our oceans and water bodies.
Is history repeating itself with our oceans? How can economics and policy inform and direct our way forward. Tune in for a variety of timely presentations and provacative discussions.
Join us as we chat with ocean adventurers, scientists, students and startup companies and hear about their work for a sustainable world
Meet some new (and old) technologies that help us create clean water, healthy oceans and address today's climate crisis. Tune in for impactful visuals and hear compelling insights from today's technology changemakers.
"If we don't preserve the oceans from nitrate runoff and plastic and chemicals, and if we don't preserve it from acidification, and if we don't preserve it from grotesque overfishing - too much money chasing too few fish - we're going to have the most massive ecosystem on the planet in peril."
"When the well runs dry, we will know the value of water."
"Water is life and clean water means health."
"When resources are degraded, we start competing for them, whether it is at the local level in Kenya, where we had tribal clashes over land and water, or at the global level, where we are fighting over water, oil, and minerals. So one way to promote peace is to promote sustainable management and equitable distribution of resources."
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