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Date: 
Sep. 21/13
Location: 
SIMPLY DIVING
Carlota Alessandri 25
Torremolinos 29620
Spain
36° 7' 16.2336" N, 5° 21' 8.9748" W

It's time once again for Simply Diving's annual Project AWARE Dive for Debris and Clean Up operation!

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Date: 
Apr. 28/13
Location: 
Long Beach, St. Leonard MD
Bayside Road / Long Beach Drive
Saint Leonard, MD 20685
United States
38° 27' 40.806" N, 76° 28' 4.7928" W

Location: Long Beach located in St.

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Mar. 08/13

Project AWARE, dive business owners and dive supporters united as the voice of the dive community in Bangkok, Thailand at the sixteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to CITES (CITES CoP16). On 1 March, before the meeting opened, we made our message loud and clear – healthy shark and ray populations are priceless.

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Date: 
Nov. 02/12
Location: 
Sam's Tours Malakal 96940
Palau

 

Sam's Tours and Royal Belau Yacht Club Dives Against Debris

Focusing on Preventing Debris Underwater – One Dive at a Time

 

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Apr. 18/12

With Earth Day, 22nd April fast approaching, the Big Shark Shout Out is in full swing and it's louder, and madder, than ever before!

We love sharks - as divers we appreciate their beauty, respect their power and become mesmerised when we catch a glimpse underwater. We're so into sharks one could say, we are completely mad about them. In fact we're Shark Raving Mad to be precise.

The Oxford dictionary's definition of mad: 

1. very enthusiastic about someone or something

2. very angry 

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Date: 
Feb. 08/12
Location: 
28° 1' 16.4172" N, 16° 36' 45.108" W

Come and join our Dive Against Debris on February 8th, 2012.

A day of debris and rubbish collecting to help our ocean in our continued fight to promote ocean awareness.

This will be our first annual clean up as a PADI 5 Star centre in Tenerife.

Also attending will be representative of Sea Changers, a UK based conservation charity.

For more information on UK conservation check out www.sea-changers.org.uk

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Date: 
Nov. 23/11
Location: 
Bali Crystal Divers
Jl Tamblingan 168
Sanur 80228
Indonesia
8° 41' 42.2484" S, 115° 16' 1.8516" E

Bali Crystal Diver's are hosting a special Dinner for Diver's event where we will be celebrating collecting over 1000 signatures for Project Aware's Give Sharks a Fighting Chance campaign!

We will be offering a 50% discount on Dinner for all Divers who arrive with their Certification Cards between 6pm and 8pm; we will also be collecting donations for Project Aware  Shark conservation on the night!

We hope to see as many people as possible on Wednesday; please rsvp to info@crystal-divers.com or call 0361286737.

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Sep. 19/11

The work Project AWARE divers undertake to keep our oceans healthy is "no walk in the park," despite the casual action captured in a recent photo contest submission, seen below.

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Sep. 14/11

We've taken the facts and the stats so you can follow the journey of rubbish from in land right out to our ocean. Follow The Ugly Journey of our Trash to learn how different kinds of debris threaten marine life.

Available in english and german.

Sep. 13/11

No one knows for sure but scientists think over six million tons of marine debris may be entering our ocean every year. One of the reasons Project AWARE is collecting marine debris data from divers is to help build a clear picture of the underwater trash that threatens ocean life. With this knowledge, we can make more effective decisions when it comes to waste management policies.

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