In the Occasion of the World Oceans Day this special Certificate with simple rules: 4 points is necessary, in SSB mode in all HF band , date: june 8-9-10 everyone can call for this award. Important to send ADIF format logs to firstname.lastname@example.org at the end of activity sunday june 10. No minimun numbers of qso for activators. Every day is valid only one point with same station. You can activate still outside of Italy. This award is open for all radioamateur in the world. The called is: cq cq for World Oceans Day. The activities are validated with the obligation of at least two spots on the cluster for each activation. To get award, activators needs minimum 20qso. For hunters need to send request with an email at email@example.com You can find the rank in this page tuesday june 12. Good luck! (in ITALIANO CLICCA QUI)
“Everyone needs to play a part. You can make a difference today – and every day — by doing simple things like carrying your own water bottle, coffee cup and shopping bags, recycling the plastic you buy, avoiding products that contain microplastics and volunteering for a local clean-up.”
We celebrate World Oceans Day to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. The purpose of the Day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean, develop a worldwide movement of citizens for the ocean, and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the sustainable management of the world’s oceans. They are a major source of food and medicines and a critical part of the biosphere. In the end, it is a day to celebrate together the beauty, the wealth and the promise of the ocean.
Action focus for 2018: preventing plastic pollution and encouraging solutions for a healthy ocean
Plastic pollution is causing tremendous harm to our marine resources. For example:
- 80% of all pollution in the ocean comes from people on land.
- 8 million tonnes of plastic per year ends up in the ocean, wreaking havoc on wildlife, fisheries and tourism.
- Plastic pollution costs the lives of 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals per year.
- Fish eat plastic, and we eat the fish.