Participate in promoting Earth Day which falls on 22 April, so on this Saturday, April 25th, 2015 in collaboration with Eco Recycling Bali & Bali Sea Turtle on Beach Clean-up and dissemination to schools.
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Join us for a Dive Against Debris in honor of Earth Day 2015!
Meet us on April 26th at our Hodges Creek Marina shop and make your dives count. We'll stop on the way to Norman Island and have a fun dive, then proceed the Pirate's Bight and tackle some marine debris.
Contact Sail Caribbean Divers for more information at, 284-495-1675, email@example.com or visit our website at sailcaribbeandivers.com.
Tanking advantage of these beautiful sunny days with very low wind, RSDS Wadi Lahami team decided to make an underwater and magrove area clean up inviting all the guests in house to participate and help to keep our environement clean and healthy!
All the participants will receive our RSDS digital certificate of appreciation in reward for the great effort they make.
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.
You are invited to our Annual PROJECT AWARE Clean-Up Weekend 20th & 21st September 2014. Come along and help us clean the lake and surrounding area, lots of fun for divers and non-divers, everyone can take part. There will be trade stands, Hog Roast and BBQ, massive raffle with prizes donated from our very kind suppliers including SUUNTO, Zoggs, Zone 3, TUSA, Scuba Travel and the prize list is growing daily! Raffle tickets are on sale at the lake up until Sunday 21st September when the winners will be drawn. Help us raise loads of money for Project
September is Project AWARE’s Debris Month of Action – a time when thousands of scuba divers around the world unite and take action against marine debris – the ocean’s silent killer. But don’t think of it as just a one-time dive to take out the trash. It’s so much more than that. It’s a rallying cry. A rumble, if you will, with one of the biggest ocean issues of our time – marine debris.
Cars, a makeshift toilet, a full set of golf clubs, a set of false teeth and a pogo stick. These are just some of the unusual items found by volunteer scuba divers who are helping Project AWARE offer a new, underwater view of the problem of trash – much of it plastic – in the ocean.
This event is not that BIG event, this is merely just couple of friends traveling together to the Komodo National Park, and instead of just enjoying the beautiful sceneries - above and underwater -, we also take the responsibility in keeping it as beautiful as it can be.
So on every tour we go and in every dive we make, we will collect any trash we see and record the data.
If you are happen to be in the area in the exact time, whether it is only on the 11th or 13th or 15th, you are most welcome to join.
Let's, together, protect our ocean planet.
We care, we act, we conserve. MORE
We’ve been removing debris from underwater environments together for decades but now, we’re going to share what we’ve found with the rest of the world. More importantly, we’re going to use the information to prevent the trash from our everyday lives from ending up in the ocean in the first place.
That's why Project AWARE launched Dive Against Debris in 2011. With the help of thousands of divers, debris removal efforts have stepped up and divers are actively protecting marine life including sharks and rays that can get tangled in trash.