#marinedebris

Date: 
Apr. 30/16
Location: 
Blue Region Scuba, Inc.
420 E. Arlington Blvd.
Greenville, NC 27858
United States
35° 40' 18.4836" N, 77° 18' 58.6224" W

Project AWARE Shark Conservation Course and Dives at Blue Region Scuba in Greenville, North Carolina.  Classroom will be held April 30th starting at 9 am with the qualification dives being May 15th.

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Date: 
Apr. 08/16
Location: 
George Town Public Jetty
Elizabeth Street
George Town 7253
Australia
41° 6' 33.948" S, 146° 49' 19.5816" E

Join us for a Debris Dive Day at George Town public jetty! TUDC is partnering up with NRM North and UTAS to run a day packed with activities that get people thinking about looking after our beautiful estuary.

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Date: 
Apr. 08/16
Location: 
George Town Public Jetty
Elizabeth Street
George Town 7253
Australia
41° 6' 33.948" S, 146° 49' 19.5816" E

Join us for a Debris Dive Day at George Town public jetty! TUDC is partnering up with NRM North and UTAS to run a day packed with activities that get people thinking about looking after our beautiful estuary.

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Nov. 27/15

Thanks to your generous support, Project AWARE had a successful year in 2015 and is looking forward to 2016! Here’s what we accomplished together over the last year.

Check out the infographic below to see your support in 2015 in action or watch our Year In Review 2015 video.

Sep. 04/15

"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.  

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Jun. 05/15

When I was a kid, our school used to run annual cleanups. It was always really fun. Firstly, we got to miss classes - yippee! But secondly - and more importantly - we discussed how we can protect the environment, we designed posters with messages, and talked about actions we could take to stop littering. I felt like I could take on the world and make it a better place.

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Sep. 30/14

As Debris Month of Action comes to an end, I thought I’d take the opportunity to catch up with one of our first Dive Against Debris Distinctive Specialty Instructors who has taught the course.

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Date: 
Nov. 08/14
Location: 
Picnic Island Park Fishing Pier
7404 Picnic Island Blvd
Tampa, FL 33616
United States
27° 51' 39.3516" N, 82° 32' 36.348" W

Divers Against Debris Shore/Pier Clean-Up Dive

Saturday, November 8, 2014 8 - Noon

Held at Picnic Island Park Fishing Pier, Tampa Florida

(See attached Flyer for more details or call 813-832-6669 or go to adventuretampa.com, or stop by Adventure Outfitters at 4352 S. Manhattan Ave, Tampa, Florida 33611)

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May. 30/14

World Oceans Day, 8th June, is right around the corner and it’s the perfect time to make strong arguments for change. All month long, Project AWARE is taking advantage of strategic opportunities to represent the voice of divers – a powerful constituency when it comes to ocean protection.

Our focus areas – sharks and marine debris – are high on the global policy agenda this month and Project AWARE aims to advocate for the ocean where and when the important decisions are made.

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Apr. 22/14

Cars, a makeshift toilet, a full set of golf clubs, a set of false teeth and a pogo stick. These are just some of the unusual items found by volunteer scuba divers who are helping Project AWARE offer a new, underwater view of the problem of trash – much of it plastic – in the ocean.

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