OACM World Aqua Day
World Aqua Day is the largest underwater cleanup event in the world which has so far been hosted by OACM two times since 2013 - it was officially opened by HSH Prince Albert ll of Monaco and OACM President Kristijan Curavic.
The event is organised by OACM and White Flag International in order to unite humankind to work together, minimise the plastic content in the ocean, and to raise global awareness toward ocean, lake and river pollution. The World Aqua Day unites nations and is growing into a large scale global movement and a battle to save the ocean.
Within the OACM group, World Aqua Day has its own department, responsible for the organization's financial sustainability and the global exposure process. The World Aqua Day committee is working towards organising this event annually from 2021 in order to accelerate and promote the OACM SOS Conservancy Program and to minimise the plastic content in the world waters by physical extraction. OACM financially supports this program from its budget and global income by creating, expanding and establishing new White Flag CSMA areas. The financial support for World Aqua Day comes from global OACM corporate partners and world organizations with similar conservancy programs for environment protection. World Aqua Day also creates a close collaboration between governments and corporate partners, and promotes the national and global strategic interests in ocean preservation - which is a big part of the OACM Ocean Heritage ACT.
World Aqua Day’s Committee is working to expand its global program by acquiring support and organising collaborations with other big global sports events such as the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup (Qatar 2022).