Washington DC, June 8, 2011 - Fishing for Energy, the unique partnership providing fishermen with a cost-free solution for recycling and recovering energy from old fishing gear, is commemorating World Oceans Day this year with the achievement of a significant milestone - collecting one million pounds of old fishing gear and marine debris since the program's inception in 2008.
Balloon, plastic bags, nylon rope and even rubber thongs are providing a deadly diet for Australia's critically endangered sea turtle population, a new study shows.
On the eve of World Ocean Day, research by the Earthwatch program Turtles in Trouble has shown that 36 per cent of Australian sea turtles are affected by marine litter, with some 18,000 pieces of plastic litter floating on every square kilometer of the world's oceans.
Daniela, Project AWARE Scienza coordinatore, si unisce Divers squalo e un gruppo di studenti per un giorno speciali di conservazione. Laboratorio del Clean Up Day svolto con i ragazzi delle 2° medie del Istituto Salesiano Maria Ausiliatrice di Trento in collaborazione con l’APPA.
As it is World Oceans Day on June 8th we will be encouraging all of our divers to take clean up bags out diving with them so that whilst they are enjoying the beautiful reefs around Nusa Lembongan, Ceningan and Penida they can help in keeping them clean and healthy! Of course when they return any trash collected will be counted and recorded and sent in to the lovely guys at Project AWARE who do so much to help keep our oceans protected! If anyone would like to join us for diving then please let us know - email@example.com
84 applications, 10 finalists and six winners. A new wave of ocean protection has begun.
Almost 3,000 people voted in the 2013 Ocean Action Project helping to propel ocean protection priorities locally. Projects are action-oriented and strategically address the root causes of marine debris or shark & ray protection issues.