Project AWARE’s Annual Report 2010 details conservation efforts and achievements from the past year and showcases many remarkable actions of AWARE divers from around the globe working to protect our ocean planet.
Check out AWARE's Financials for 2010 and how we used your donor dollar towards protecting our ocean.
Use this training resource to teach, dive and certify students in coral monitoring and data collection. Educate students about coral reef impacts such as coral bleaching; provide knowledge and skills to identify coral health; and record data and demonstrate how to execute dives using the Coral Health Chart.
Join our partner, University of Queensland, and participate in a global coral health monitoring program. The CoralWatch Do It Yourself Monitoring Kit has all the information you need to get started in assessing the health of coral reefs today.
You are dedicated to saving our oceans and your customers should know it! Demonstrate your commitment to ocean protection by displaying this Project AWARE sign in your shop window. Download and print this sign for display in your dive center window, boat or classroom.
Zanzibar Adventure School is organizing a beach clean up in Paje. The beach is well visited by tourist and the health of the ocean is of high importance for the local community (fisheries, seaweed farming). Our aim is to create awareness about garbage handeling at the beach and surroundings and as consumers to take responsibility. We incourage alle tourist and local people in the area to come and join.