The Revillagigedo Archipelago is a cluster of four widely separated islands located 720 km off the west coast of Mexico. The area has been designated both as a Natural Protected Area and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The area was known in the past to harbor impressive populations of sharks, but the region was exposed to extensive illegal fishing and shark finning, and it is not known to what extent shark abundance and diversity has survived or recovered as a result of the area’s protection.
The Revillagigedo Archipelago is a cluster of four widely separated islands located 720 km off the west coast of Mexico. The area was known in the past to harbor impressive populations of sharks, but the region was exposed to extensive illegal fishing and shark finning, and it is not known to what extent shark abundance and diversity has survived or recovered as a result of the area’s protection.
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Puerto Luis Campomanes, Marina Greenwich.
On Saturday April 18, 2015, Greenwichdiving.com - Diving Center located in the Puerto Deportivo Luis Campomanes (Altea), is organising in conjunction with the conservation organisation Project Aware, beach and sea cleaning at La Barreta beach (Altea). Last year the event was a resounding success and Greenwichdiving would like to invite all participants to join us againduring the afternoon.
In Celebration of Earth Day 2015, come show your support by cleaning up the ocean! We will need divers, beach combers, and documenters for this event. We hope to show our apprecation to Mother Nature by cleaning up one of the most popular dive sites on the Okinawa seawall. Come Join Ryukyu Divers and Gentle Seas Charters and show your support. Cleanup will begin at "Water Treatment Plant" divesite. This event is an open invite to anyone who wants to help keep our ocean the beautiful place that nature intended it to be.
Atlantis Dive Resort - Puerto Galera - Philippines
13° 31' 14.9196" N, 120° 58' 27.1308" E
Scuba Steve Schultz along with Atlantis Dive Resorts and Tahoe Dive Center will be conducting an Earth Day clean up dive and Dive Against Debris Specialty Diver Course on Apirl 18, 2015 in Puerto Galera, Philippines. This will be Tahoe Dive Center's second trans pacific adventure to help protect our ocean planet with the support of Project AWARE.
Please come and join us for this exciting event. Contact Scuba Steve Schultz at email@example.com or through this Project AWARE event.
The FLCC Scuba Team is joining together again this year to fundraise. Join the team or come and cheer us on as we swim to support shark protection through Project AWARE. Visit our fundraising team page at http://finathon.org/team/FKCCScubaClub
We are holding our 2nd Earth Day Clean-up at Waikawa Marina. We are going to pick up where we left off. There will be three dives throughout the day so hopefully you can join one. The dives will be at 10 am, 1 pm, and 5 pm. We will meet at the shop half hour before to gear up and give you a briefing. If you find something interesting or unique it's yours to keep. Non divers are needed as well to assist the divers and help pull up the big stuff. Hot soup will be available to warm you up after the dive.
The is an Keep Pennsylvania Beatiful / Project AWARE cleanup event for Earth Day. You will need to provide proof of certification on the day of the dive to the State Park Office. Don't forget your logbook and PIC.
Gold Coast Scuba, SOS Ocean Clean Up and the Town of LBTS will be sponsoring an underwater pier clean up. Divers and non-divers will work together to remove trash and harmful debris from under the fishing pier. This will be a great event for a great cause. If you are interested in helping out please sign up on our FB event page or our Meetup event page.