Youth for Ocean! (or, for short, YO!) is an international and interdisciplinary youth organisation which aims at briding scientific findings with policy-making. We are thrilled to be launching our brand new website! Here, you will find news from all our members around the world. We have members spread across Canada, France and the United States - along with some sailing the seven seas. We will be posting regularly about their work, their talks, their scientific expeditions and the like. Stay tuned and enjoy!
Sise en étau entre une vingtaine de pays de trois continents, la mer Méditerranée concentre les défis et les solutions de demain pour notre Océan et notre Climat. La COP22 de Marrakech en novembre 2016 et la conférence « Quelles solutions pour la mer Méditerranée ? » du Ministère de l’Environnement en février 2017 ont montré comment la …
Preparing a polar expedition with Under The Pole As one can imagine, launching a three-year expedition requires colossal preparation. Under The Pole – with a staff of only 8 and the help of 4 civic service youth – had only one year to prepare. From finding sufficient funding to equipping their 20-metre schooner and …
Dimitri Kalenitchenko and Loïc Jacquemot were on board of the Amundsen, a Canadian ship, as a part of a large scientific exploration involving 40 scientists. They share with us their impressions and comments.
Dimitri Kalenitchenko and Loïc Jacquemot were on board of the Amundsen, a Canadian ship, as a part of a large scientific exploration involving 40 scientists. They share with us their impressions and comments. Today, we set sail with them in the first days.
On Saturday, June 24, 2017, Laurent Fabius, the former president of COP21 and current president of the French Constitutional Council, launched the Global Pact on the Environment. He was joined by such prominent public figures as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ban Ki-Moon and Laurence Tubiana. Over 80 international experts collaborated to writing this preliminary proposal led by the Club des Juristes, a French think tank.
Dimitri, a young scientist member of YO!, was on the Amundsen boat to participate in a scientific study on the ecosystem of the Hudson Bay. Expedition cancelled because of one effect of Climate Change, ice melt.