OG Deep Currents Workshop | Understanding Ocean Threats: Focus on the Poles – Zoom

Wed 13 Nov 2024 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM GMT
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As a registered charity we kindly ask for a small donation towards your workshop, this will ensure we can continue to educate more young people on the importance of our blue planet.

You have the power to make an impact. Create a legacy. Work for good.

Our Deep Currents workshop has been built to help young people aged 16-25 understand more about themselves, our Ocean, and how your futures are linked.

What does this workshop involve?

  • Swim through the 5 Ocean Threats: what are they, what's their impact, and what is our role as Wavemakers, with a particular focus on the Poles - climate change and the effect on the Poles, plus what Antarctic ice cores tell us about the history of our climate.  
  • Understand the interconnectedness of our Ocean, the human threats it faces and how we can all be part of solutions. 
  • Gain insight into real world examples of innovative Ocean solutions and be inspired to create too.

Why should you join?

Beyond meeting other like-minded Wavemakers who want to learn more about our Ocean/ make a change in their own lives and beyond, you’ll leave with:

  • SKILLS to use our values reflection framework to make more meaningful life choices.
  • KNOWLEDGE of job sites and tips on how to start building sustainability into your career.
  • CERTIFICATE of completion, to put on your LinkedIn and socials, so the world can know you’re a Wavemaker.

How to register:

Places are limited so we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible.

Once you have signed up, stand by as we will be sending all of the details to your inbox!

Please email youth@oceangeneration.org if you have any access requirements that make it difficult to register so we can support you.

It doesn’t matter where you are on your journey – an entry-level employee looking to learn more, a university student, or someone just starting to learn about our Ocean – this workshop is open to ALL.

We are particularly encouraging people who identify as Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, D/deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, working class and LGBTQI+ to apply as they are currently underrepresented in the environmental sector.

We can't wait to dive in with you!