Every day, the scuba community sees firsthand the devastating impact of our trash underwater. And year-round, we’re taking action. From reporting marine debris data to protecting vulnerable marine species, scuba divers everywhere are joining forces to ensure that we’re working toward a clean, healthy and abundant ocean planet.
"What will you do to the protect the ocean?" That was the call from the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, earlier in the year. It's a call for collaboration. A call on governments, business leaders and individuals to work together and tackle the many problems our ocean faces.
Shark Guardian was invited to the National Environment Conference in Brunei as an honored guest, speaker and to take part in an open forum discussion on marine biodiversity and shark conservation. Shark Guardian was aiming to encourage government ministers, present at the conference to develop and initiate shark sanctuaries in Brunei following the "Eco Tourism" example of other nations such as Palau, Hawaii and Maldives.