Dive Against Debris

Date: 
Oct. 12/12
Location: 
Desnogorsk Desnogorsk
Russia
54° 10' 22.386" N, 33° 20' 10.6656" E

На мероприятии "Закрытии летнего сезона" планируется также акция "Очистим наши водоемы от сетей". Наличие ножей обязательно! Сертификация не ниже PADI OWD и опыт погружений в Российских водоемах обязателен!

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Date: 
Dec. 01/12
Location: 
Gold Coast Seaway
Seaworld Drive Doug Jennings Park
Gold Coast, QLD 4215
Australia
27° 56' 14.0712" S, 153° 25' 33.4596" E

We are aiming to fill a 6 x 4 trailer with rubbish this time around, so get behind the action and help us to clean up our underwater environment.

 

The Seaway is a lovely dive site, but the fishing line and tackle causes a lot of damage and takes away from the beauty it has to offer.

 

Keep an eye on pour web site for more information

http://www.eco-dive.com.au

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Date: 
Oct. 15/12
Location: 
Santa Barbara Plantation Dock
@ Hyatt Regency Curacao
Netherlands Antilles

 

Ocean Encounters will organize a Dive Against Debris event to clean the Hyatt & Santa Barbara Dock under water area.

The Ocean Encounters Hyatt Team invites OE staff from other locations and customers to perform an underwater clean up.

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Oct. 01/12

September's Debris Month of Action saw thousands of divers across the world gear up and dive in to remove dangerous rubbish, nets, fishing traps and household waste from our ocean. From the islands of Fiji up to the waters of Devon, UK and all the way back to Brazil and South America, divers everywhere rallied together for one month of action to draw attention to our ocean’s silent killer: marine debris.

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Sep. 28/12

In Thailand on the island of Ko Haa, a group of Scubafish divers recently rescued three sea turtles struggling for their lives.

It was the end of a beautiful day diving when the boat captain spotted something unusual floating on the surface of the water. As the divers got closer they found a huge discarded fishing net with three entangled turtles, trapped and struggling to breathe.

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Sep. 25/12

Qualifiers keep dropping with Go-Eco Phuket as the environmental group prepares for its official launch on September 30 with the biggest reef cleanup of any kind in the world.

“On September 30, the eyes of the world will be attracted to Phuket,” Tony Andrews, Thailand’s West coast PADI Regional Manager and Project AWARE Ambassador, said at a press conference with Phuket government officials at Kata Beach Resort today.

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Date: 
Sep. 22/12
Location: 
Nemes Dive Academy
Holborough Lakes Holborough Quarry
Snodland, KEN ME6 5GF
United Kingdom
51° 20' 3.8112" N, 0° 26' 23.4204" E

22nd and 23rd September 2012. Come and join us for our annual clean up weekend.  Something for everyone - underwater clean up for divers, trade stalls, raffle and fun for everyone.  Bring your friends and family to help out.  We need divers to help clear the underwater debris, and people to help on land with clean ups and data logging.  There will be prizes throughout the weekend and a raffle with loads of prizes.  All money raised will go directly to Project Aware.

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Date: 
Oct. 05/12
Location: 
Al's resort/parking lot at Tops
Chaweng
Koh Samui, 84 84320
Thailand
9° 31' 49.0512" N, 100° 3' 43.524" E

Chaweng Beach Underwater Clean Up:

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Date: 
Oct. 07/12
Location: 
Castle Beach
Cliff Road
Falmouth, CON TR11 5HN
United Kingdom
50° 8' 52.62" N, 5° 3' 25.1964" W

Our third underwater clean up around Falmouth. Castle Beach is located at the north west corner of the bay. Debris gets blown in on a south easterly wind but doesn't get blown out again. On recent visits we have removed lots of plastic bags from the area but it will need more divers to do an effective job.

So come along and meet some local divers to do something worthwhile underwater.

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Sep. 11/12

They did it again, but bigger and better! As part of September's Debris Month of Action, Bubbles Dive Centre, the one and only 100% AWARE dive centre in Gozo, Malta, joined by their customers and fellow divers coordinated their biggest Dive Against Debris event to date.

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