Blue's continuing call to action

Environmental Blue

Demand Film launched BLUE globally on WORLD OCEANS DAY after an incredible season in Australia (that shows no signs of stopping). We received email after email about how enraged and then inspired and then motivated people were after watching the film. So when we received in our inbox a further call to action, this time from the World Oceans Day Council we thought it only appropriate to share it with our audiences. After all when you are standing around in "The Foyer" after seeing a film like BLUE you say "OK what can I do?"

Well if you are between the ages of 16 and 22, or know somebody who is you can apply to be a member of The World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council which is searching for 15 new young ocean leaders from around the world to bring the Council to a grand total of 25 members! 

The World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council (Council) was created in 2016 to develop World Oceans Day into a unique way to connect and unite youth around the world for a better future with a healthier ocean that sustains us all, no matter where we live. To do so, the Council uses World Oceans Day to rally the world on and around 8 June and provides opportunities for continued engagement and action year-round. 

The Council works closely with The Ocean Project and its global partner network to help shape the development of World Oceans Day as it grows - expanding its reach and impact by providing new and unique perspectives, ideas, and recommendations for innovative and effective engagement with youth and others from all sectors involved in celebrating World Oceans Day.  

Applicants should be between the ages of 16 and 22, able to make a two-year commitment - including approximately 10 hours per month to Council activities - and have a passion for ocean conservation! Applications are due by 3 October 2018. TO FIND OUT MORE CLICK HERE



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