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Online Event on 'Climate Change and Role of Ocean' clinched successfully!

The event on 'Climate Change and Role of Ocean' clinched successfully wherein praised ideas of people from climate solutions platform of “We Don’t have Time” included in press-releases as well.
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“Summer School on Climate Change and Role of Ocean”
Online Summer School on “Climate Change and Role of Ocean” organized by the Global Science Academy (GSA), Basti (Uttar Pradesh) India (on World Environment Day, 05th June 2023 #BeatPlasticPollution & World Ocean Day, 08th June 2023).
The event was efficacious enough in having endorsement as one of the UN Ocean Decade Event from esteemed Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) which has also been promoted by their website as well as social media handles. Besides, United Nations World Ocean Day website also made its approval and aired at their website and they also tweeted the above significant event from their twitter handle. In addition to these, the same event was also announced through Ocean Decade Stakeholders’ Forum and was successful in drawing attention of many varied stakeholders and professionals of the domain. Moreover, at the climate solutions platform of “We Don’t have Time”, the event flashed towards grabbing attention of ‘Ocean Community’ as well as ‘Ocean Best Practices’ and the international community cordially supported this ‘Climate Idea’ and some of them considered it as an innovation and advocated for financing such initiatives. To name a few of them who buoyed the idea included Ms. Marine Stephan of We Don’t have Time, Ms. Lucinda Ramsay, Ms. Ajema Lydiah, Mr. Sven Nilson, Mr. Kamu Daniel, Ms. Lydiah Lynne, Ms. Edwin Wangambe, Ms. Grace Njeri and many others.
The summer school was keenly joined by students, learners as well as some of the professionals of eminence wherein importance of ocean and ways and means to beat plastic pollution discussed in details. Besides Indian participants, Climate Smart Community Task Force Member Ms. Paula Wildermuth from New York (USA), Mr. Nicholas Whall of Ocean Warrior New Zealand, Oceanography student Mr. Lavio Jorge of Mozambique shown their keen interest in the summer school.
In India, the event was enthusiastically attended by students of organization’s (-Global Science Academy), Science Brigade of India. Prof. (Dr.) Rabinarayan Satpathy Director Vice Chancellor Office and Dean of Sri Sri University Cuttack, Odisha; GSA’s Science Brigade lead from Chhattisgarh State and environmental science researcher at Surguja University Mr. Avinash Pratap Gupta and Scholar Ms. Mamuani from Mizoram etc. were among those who profoundly supported the cause of this initiative of climate change resilience and ocean mitigation in broader spectrum.
Through these announcements, some of the ocean professionals contacted the Global Science Academy (GSA) in order to contribute their time who are now included in the GSA’s ‘global think tank’.
Whilst concluding, vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Anil Pratap Singh, Founder Director and the General Secretary of the GSA. Press-release issued in English and Hindi languages for leading newspapers which authentically published as well.
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  • Munene Mugambi

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    Such events are useful as they teach a lot on environmental and climate change matters

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