We are emptying the ocean of sharks. As a diver and a global citizen acting locally, you can play a critical role in saving sharks.
Why do we worry about shark populations? A healthy and abundant ocean depends on predators like sharks keeping ecosystems balanced. And living sharks fuel local economies in places like Palau where sharks bring in an estimated $18 million per year through dive tourism.
Sukelluskeskus järjestää: Kaatialan rantojen ja pohjan siivoamista roskasta. Kerätään, kuvataan ja luokitellaan roskat ja raportoidaan Project Awarelle päivän saalis. Kaatiala kesäksi kuntoon! Ota oma pussi tms mukaan, johon saat roskat kerättyä, me hoidamme loput. Samassa yhteydessä Sukelluskeskuksen Tec Demo Days.
Come join Enfield SCUBA and help clean up the lake at Bigelow Hallow state forest. Last year we pulled out over 360 lbs of trash! There will be prizes given out and lunch provided at te shop afterwards.
Be at the lake for 10:30am with lunch to follow
Prizes will be awarded for:
most amount of trash (in lbs)
most interesting piece if trash
Make sure to sign up at the shop and get your free parking pass for the day!
26 May 2013 to 4 June 2013 Mermaid Kat presents ‘Flying With Mantas’ – 6 days in Bali, Indonesia. This once in a lifetime adventure, includes a mermaid workshop with Mermaid Kat and an experience with the magnificent manta ray.
The trip includes an amazing 4 day trip to Komodo on ‘Wellenreng.’ A big part of the trip is raising awareness about our oceans and Mermaid Kat supports Project AWARE key campaigns including the Mantas at Risk Campaign, and Dive Against Debris.
Reef Day 2013, June 1st 2013, at The Reef Dive Resort, Mataking Island, Sabah, Malaysia – “Eco-Awareness: The future is in our hands”
Building on Mataking’s previous community events, the theme for this year annual event will be “Eco-Awareness: The Future is in Our Hands”.
The Reef Dive Resort at Mataking Island will come again together with schools, community leaders, local NGO’s and local authorities to make the aquatic world and environment a better place in the Sabah area.
U-Dive Team and Eilat Gulf Rangers Dive Against Debris
As part of our ongoing commitment to protecting the environment and engaging the local community in actions that contribute to making local beaches and dive sites cleaner and safer, U-Dive, PADI 5 Star IDC Centre in Eilat, Israel has been organizing beach cleanups and Dive Against Debris Surveys for few years already.
Spanish Rocks Reef is unique in that it is one of the very rare saltwater shore dives on the west coast of Florida. The reef includes sponges, tunicates, lots of seaweed, and some corals (hard coral, sea fans, gorgonians). Various tropical fish live on an around the reef with turtles and nurse sharks spotted on occasion. Average depth is from 15 to 20 feet based on tides. Visibility is highly dependent upon prevailing wind direction and strength.
This is the second annual event to thoroughly clean the U/W debris from Cane Garden Bay, in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
Cane Garden Bay is a very popular sailing destination with a high traffic of charter boats. We wish to start this continuing effort with a clean slate. This will allow us to monitor the level of U/W debris from both land run-off (natural ghuts) and boaters.