Calling all young activists / Submit ocean art for UN Ocean Conference

Trevor Jones

Image © NASA

Trevor Jones

Image © NASA

As part of the campaign to protect the High Seas, Only One is calling on kids around the world to submit any art piece that symbolizes “what the ocean means to me” to [email protected] so that our partners can present submissions to climate leaders at the UN Ocean Conference this June. We are asking that all pieces be submitted by June 8, World Ocean Day.

The ocean art project can be a joint creation or made individually, and it can be as big and colorful as you want! Once finished, we ask that you take a close-up photo of your masterpiece and send it by email to [email protected] with your name, age, school or class (if relevant), and a short written message for world leaders to receive. We can’t wait to see your submissions!

If you don’t have time or don’t qualify to take part, you can help us reach our next petition target of 60K signatures to save the High Seas — a global commons covering 60% of the ocean that’s critical to the health of the entire planet.

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Trevor Jones

Campaign Manager

Someone who loves to be both surrounded by people and isolated in nature, Trevor values the dualities within each of us and hopes to leave the world a better place than he found it.

New York, United States

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