One Ocean Foundation and FIV kick-start the collaboration

One Ocean Foundation and FIV kick-start the collaboration

Ecology

04/04/2022 - 18:46

On Friday 25 March 2022, One Ocean Foundation and the Italian Sailing Federation FIV, met in Rome at the meeting of the national regional coordinators of all Italian sailing schools and on this occasion Jan Pachner, Secretary General of the Foundation and Arianna Liconti, Marine Education Project Manager, presented the educational materials and activities developed by OOF that will be integrated during the Federal courses of sailing instructors.

One Ocean Foundation will assist and provide all educational materials regarding ocean literacy and marine ecosystem protection to all Italian FIV sailing schools, supporting the sharing of environmental knowledge beyond sailing. Instructors will be trained on how to use the materials and how to use the simple citizen science protocols that the Foundation has created for the students.

We are very grateful for our partnership with FIV and excited to train the next generation of responsible sailors.

One Ocean Foundation in Trieste for the “Portopiccolo Sustainability Day”

One Ocean Foundation in Trieste for the “Portopiccolo Sustainability Day”

On the occasion of the “Portopiccolo Sustainability Day”, hosted on March 26, 2022 by the Yacht Club Portopiccolo di Sistiana in the province of Trieste, the president of One Ocean Foundation, Riccardo Bonadeo, took part in the debate by promoting our ethical code, the Charta Smeralda, and the Foundation’s mission. Together with Bonadeo, the President of the Portopiccolo Yacht Club, Roberto Antonione, the Mayor of Duino Aurisina, Daniela Pallotta and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Maritime Director, Rear Admiral Vincenzo Vitale took part in the initiative.

Afterwards, a round table was held with the testimonies of renowned sailors and Ambassadors of the One Ocean Foundation: Vasco Vascotto, Furio Benussi, Mauro Pelaschier and Alberto Leghissa.

In closing, the Municipality of Duino Aurisina, the Pietas Julia Sailing Company and the Sistiana Nautical Pleasure, signed the Charta Smeralda renewing their commitment to respect and disseminate the fundamental principles of our code of ethics for the protection of the sea.

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