Join us at Dive Otago to help clean up our Ocean!!! We will be hosting a Dive Against Debris combined with a shore clean up on Saturday the 29th November.
Underwater clean up will help restore the beauty of one of our main shore diving sites - Wellers Rock and the beach clean up will help rid Pilots beach a major tourist attraction in Dunedin of any unsightly rubbish.
Divers meet at 8:30am at Dive Otago - first in first served with free gear hire.
Non-divers meet at the Albatross Car Park for the shore clean up
This we are focusing on a new survey site for the next two years. We are conducting a beach clean up at Pilots Beach - home to the little blue penguins. Our underwater clean up is just along the road at Wellers Rock.
Lot 10700, Block 5 Jalan Desa Senadin Kuala Baram District
4° 30' 10.17" N, 114° 1' 22.7532" E
We will be running the Finathon on November 29th with Tenby International School for Project AWARE which is a sponsored swim to help raise money to put an end to shark finning.
The swim is not just for the children to take part in, it is for you as well! The day will involve not only swimming, but there will be a few other activities to do for a small donation to the cause. MORE
Created by divers for divers, this global, underwater survey of rubbish is designed to increase debris removal efforts, prevent harm to marine life and connect underwater actions to policy changes and prevention.
Save Our Sea is going to organize a cleanup week for ‘Dive Against Debris’ program in Saint Martin’s Island from 1.12.14 to 7.12.14 themed as National Underwater Cleanup Week 2014. An inaugural ceremony will be held on 1st December 2014 at 12 PM in front of Coast Guard base.
The voluntary associtation 'Undervannshus' (underwaterhouse) is making an underwater artifical reef at Svestad Brygge to rehabilitate and enhance the ecosystem. Especially the lobster is exposed amongst other endangered species. This environment project is initiated in terms of research and recreational purposes and will benefit everyone. Follow more information (in Norwegian) on www.undervannshus.no