I am organizing this event through a club I co-sponsor, the Brevard Community College's Palm Bay Campus Environmental Club and their Service Learning Project: Save Our Seas (S.O.S.). Although we will have a group of students with us, we certainly want as many people to book with the shop on their own as possible.
Underwater Sports of Federal Way is going to break in the New Year with a Beach Clean Up at Redondo Beach in Federal Way, WA. This site, which is loved by many, is often dove by divers new and experienced. Here is our chance to give back to the site that brings us new divers, new experiences and to the businesses that tolerate our love for the water! We will be meeting at Underwater Sports in Federal Way at Noon on January 1st, 2012 and carpooling over to the beach. This will be a beach clean-up so there will be no need for dive equipment, unless you choose to dive afterwards.
Where do you think your rubbish ends up? The Museum of Design in Zurich, Switzerland knows it ends up in our oceans. So they are calling on Dive Against Debris volunteer divers to contribute to an exhibition: The Plastic Garbage Project.
The Museum of Design wants the plastic divers find underwater to present facts about plastic pollution in an illustrative way at their upcoming exhibition, which will be shown from July 4th to September 2nd 2012 in Zurich, Switzerland.