Once again, on 24 and 25 October, Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre (NEC) opened its doors to DIVE 2015, the UK's biggest annual event for scuba divers.
From raising awareness of the global marine debris crisis to rallying support for our Dive Against Debris citizen science programme, we had a fantastic weekend at DIVE 2015 doing what we do best: mobilizing the world's divers into a global force to protect the ocean - one dive at a time.
When the Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre (NEC) will open its doors to welcome DIVE 2014 visitors on 25 and 26 October, scuba divers will have just a few days left to speak up for imperiled shark and ray species before their fate is debated at the 11th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (CMS) to be held in Quito, Ecuador early November 2014.
The dive show display and pull-up banners are ready. Our leaflets, posters, petition forms, raffle tickets, badges are all packed. We're ready for the 44th International Boat Show, the world's largest yacht and water sports show taking place at the Fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany from January 19 - 27, 2013. MORE
Paris, also known as the capital of love, was the perfect location to share our passion for ocean protection! And believe me love was definitely in the air from 13 to 16 January at the InternationalPARIS Dive Show 2012!
From a Wedding sponsored by PADI to spreading the shark love, the Paris Dive Show was a huge success! MORE
Come along to the PADI Booth the Diving Resort Travel Expo. We'll be there talking sharks and marine debris. Find out what you can do to support healthy shark populations plus how you can get involved in the new Project AWARE Dive Against Debris Program.
Come and visit the PADI Booth at the Malaysia International Dive Expo. Project AWARE will be on hand to answer your questions, give you advice and support on your ocean protection projects and hand out shark tattoos, petitions, Dive Against Debris tools and much more.