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The Bremen-Durban Marine Environmental Education Network is a project jointly implemented by eThekwini Municipality and the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
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OceanchampsSA Jul 10
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For more information, kindly visit, like, follow and share the 'Durban Youth Climate Council' pages on Facebook ( ) , Instagram and Twitter. Alternatively, you can contact us on dycc019@gmail.com.
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OceanchampsSA Jul 10
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We aim to mobilise a global movement of young people with a common goal of a sustainable future. It will also create environmentally aware citizens and inspire people to do more for the environment and influence decision making in and around the context of climate change.
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OceanchampsSA Jul 10
Witness the Ocean Champs as they prepare to establish and become interim members of the Durban Youth Climate Council (DYCC) in the EThekwini Municipal Area. This Mandela Day, the Ocean Champs will be launching the Durban Youth Climate Council.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
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The ocean champions would like to appreciate the eThekwini municipality in partnership with their sister city Bremen for this lovely experience
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
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The sportsgarten provides different sports activities that are not only for leisure but also entails education on sustainability. The champs got a chance to enjoy their last day in various sports some of those sports include, football, hockey, beach volleyball and horse riding.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
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The champs captivated the audience by demonstrating their very own plastic free song and dance. Their day ended in an extraordinary experience at the magnificent sportsgarten.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
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The second session of the day entailed of the Ocean Champions being involved in a global movement called Fridays For Future. The main objective of the whole movement is getting the youth involved in taking an active role against climate change.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
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The Ocean Champs got to respond to everyone who was present with feedback of how the visit to Bremen was. Furthermore, they got the chance to pass on their sincere gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of this learning exchange.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 21
The final day in Germany.... The first session of the day, the ocean Champs visited the historic city Hall of Bremen. They were honoured to have in their presence delegates from the German Federal Ministry. .
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OceanchampsSA Jun 20
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Thereafter, Champs had a chance to meet the Youth Climate Council of Bremerhaven. The meeting was to interact with an already existing Y.C.C to find out about the whole workings of such a council in preparation of them establishing a Youth Climate Council in Durban.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 20
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This place is a world of weather, climate and climate-change knowledge and experience. So they directly got to feel the Earth's climate zones. The Climate House has 5 continents and 9 place which are Isenthal, Switzerland; Kanak, Niger and Seneghe, Sardinia to name a few.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 20
Today the Ocean Champs went to Bremerhaven which is a city in Germany. In the city they visited the Klimahaus (Climate House) and got to experience Axel Werner's journey around the world along the eighth longitude.
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Erik Solheim Jun 18
I am going to Ghana 🇬🇭 today. Plastic REVolution Foundation will explore how to set up a plastic to diesel factory, to turn waste into value. Ocean pollution is unbearable globally. Let’s beat plastic pollution!
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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Lastly the Champs had chance to meet the Vice Mayor of Bremen for the second time at the Bremen city hall and they had a brief round table discussion about the sustainable living in Bremen.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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The young people of Bremen get educated on how to work as team and how to improve  their skills in different sports and recreational aspects.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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The champs also got a chance to visit the Sportgarten where they were told mostly about the indigenous sports that Bremen have. The Sportgarten also develops skills and diverse talents of the youth.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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The Ocean Champions got an opportunity to note these ideas, not only to keep them but use them when working with other different groups of people during events such as exhibitions.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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They were made aware of some of the educational tools that BIZ offers to everyone who visits their facilities.These tools enable visitors to get a better understanding of their facilities.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
On the 4th day in the beautiful city of Bremen, the ocean champs spent most of their day further exploring the Free Hanseatic City. They began their day at BIZ (Information Center of Human Rights and Development) learning about sustainable consumption of resources.
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OceanchampsSA Jun 19
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All these scientists had a quick session with the champs, assisting them with more information on how they can tackle their pilot projects. The ocean Champs also got a chance to take a tour around the city and learn more about the history of the city.
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