10 Lines on World Ocean Day

World Ocean Day is celebrated every year on 8th June to raise public awareness about the importance of oceans which are the habitat to millions of species and marine life. World Ocean Day inspires people around the world to share ideas about the issues impacting the ocean life. It also inspires people to take some concrete action at the individual level in a community to make some difference in terms of preservation and conservation of oceans.

On World Ocean Day, people around the world, governments, non-government organizations, and youths come together to celebrate the occasion. The aim of the celebration is to create awareness on oceans and its resources which are crucial for the survival of living beings on earth.

Ten Lines on World Ocean Day

Set 1

1) World Ocean Day is celebrated every year on 8th June to protect and conserve the world’s ocean.

2) The day highlights the importance of a community action plan in preserving ocean life.

3) In 1992, the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Brazil adopted a resolution to celebrate 8th June as World Ocean Day.

4) Every year, governments, NGOs and civil communities jointly hold awareness programmes on conservation of oceans on the occasion.

5) Oceans provide habitat to many species thereby helping in preserving the biologically diverse ecosystem.

6) World Ocean Day provides us the unique opportunity to connect with ocean projects launched by a network of organizations from all sectors.

7) Every year, World Ocean Day is celebrated around the globe with a theme in order to focus the attention of the public on the importance of ocean life.

8) World Ocean Day 2019 theme is “Together we can protect and restore our ocean”.

9) The 2019 theme aims at protecting and preserving oceans for a better future.

10) Nations around the globe organize various events like lectures, discussions, seminars, nature talks, etc to celebrate World Ocean Day.


Set 2

1) World Ocean Day provides a platform to achieve the UN’s sustainable goal of making oceans free from plastics by 2022.

2) Schools organize various competitions like painting, documentary screening, essay writing and quiz competitions on the occasion of World Ocean Day.

3) United Nations along with the state members organizes campaigns through print and electronic media for global ocean conservation.

4) The adverse climate change, pollution and use of plastics have led to the existential crisis for oceans around the globe.

5) Special events at zoos, clean up drives at beaches and seafood events are also organized on the occasion of World Ocean Day.

6) Oceans play a crucial role as they produce more than 50 percent of the world’s oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide thereby balancing the ecological system.

7) Theatrical, art, musical and educational events are also planned as a part of the World Ocean Day celebration across the world on 8th June every year.

8) Campaigns are organized by NGOs to collect funding for ocean projects in order to protect and conserve oceans.

9) Photography exhibitions, community walks, interviews and talk shows on radios and televisions are organized at the national level on World Ocean Day.

10) School students, conservationists, academicians, and scientists participate in the event organized at various places in India to celebrate World Ocean Day.


Set 3

1) World Ocean Day is celebrated annually in many countries around the world.

2) The UN General Assembly officially recognized it in the year 2008.

3) The main objective of celebrating this special day is to raise awareness among the global public about the impact on the oceans.

4) The Canadian government first proposed in 1992 to commemorate the day, but the United Nations General Assembly approved it in December 2008.

5) Since then, World Ocean Day is celebrated every year on 8th June.

6) This day is being celebrated under a special theme.

7) This time, in the year 2019, the theme of World Ocean Day is "Gender and the Oceans"

8) On this day, work is done to spread awareness among the people, so that they do not pollute the sea.

9) At the same time, this day also motivates people not to throw plastic wrappers and bottles around the sea and take care of its cleanliness.

10) On this day, sand Artist Sudarshan Patnayak from India makes a special kind of sand art on sea-coast and celebrates this day every year.

Set 4

1) The World Ocean Day concept was first proposed by the Canadian government in 1992 during the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.

2) It was passed by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2008.

3) After this, every year on 8 June, World Ocean Day is celebrated by the UN.

4) World Ocean Day is celebrated by the United Nations on 8 June every year to explain the importance of the oceans and its conservation.

5) The aim is to make people aware of the increasing pollution and hazards arising in the sea.

6) On this day, the aspects related to the ocean like food security, biodiversity, ecological balance, indiscriminate use of marine resources, climate, etc have been highlighted.

7) Every year on World Ocean Day, various types of events related to the ocean are organized in the world.

8) The sustainable development goals set under the aegis of the United Nations include conservation of oceans and their sustainable use.

9) People around the world participate in beach cleaning and other events.

10) Different NGOs with the help of the government tries to aware the people through various awareness programs.


World Ocean Day is celebrated every year to create awareness among the public about the values and benefits of preserving oceans which is an integral part of our ecosystem. Increasing the population has lead to more and more toxins and plastic materials getting discharged into oceans thereby threatening the marine lives.

The government, civil communities, and NGOs should work in collaboration to preserve and protect the oceans which cover 70% of earth’s surface and are habitat to millions of marine species.