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Dec. 13/11

Pledge your ongoing commitment to ocean protection and go 100% AWARE in 2012.

Project AWARE is launching a new partnership programme to help PADI Dive Centres integrate ocean protection priorities into their business and fund critical conservation initiatives at the same time.

Beginning January 2012, dive centres and resorts taking part in the programme will ensure all of their student divers receive the Project AWARE version of their PADI certification card.

100% AWARE donations will target protection for the world’s m MORE
Date: 
Nov. 23/11
Location: 
Bali Crystal Divers
Jl Tamblingan 168
Sanur 80228
Indonesia
8° 41' 52.0224" S, 115° 15' 54.4356" E

Bali Crystal Diver's a hosting a special Dinner for Divers event where we will be celebrating collecting over 1000 signatures for Project Aware's Give Sharks a Fighting Chance petition! We wil be offering a 50% discount on Dinner for all Divers who arrive with their Certification Card between 6pm and 8pm and will be raising funds for Project Aware Shark Conservation on the night!

Please come and join us; rsvp to info@crystal-divers.com or call us on 0361286737!

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Date: 
Mar. 01/12
Location: 
PLayas del Coco, Costa Rica
main street Rich Coast Diving
Playas del Coco 5019
Costa Rica
10° 36' 23.832" N, 85° 39' 37.44" W

SEE OUR SEA

4 days of Ocean information, in favor of the sharks and turtles, with help from all local organizations & the artist Carlos Hiller.  Together we will try to collect money for Mision Tiburon so they can tag all the Bull Sharks at the Bat islands.

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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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Date: 
Sep. 18/11
Location: 
Lac de la Ramée TOURNEFEUILLE/TOULOUSE F31000
France
43° 34' 0.8292" N, 1° 20' 40.6464" E

L’Argonaute vous invite pour une plongée sur la base de la Ramée

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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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Date: 
Sep. 17/11
Location: 
Newport Fingers, Newport, Oregon OR
United States
44° 36' 57.6972" N, 124° 3' 43.5672" W

Saturday, September 17th (10am meet time; 11am-2pm dive time) - Annual International Coastal Clean-up and BBQ at Newport, Oregon! (FREE)

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Date: 
Oct. 08/11
Location: 
AYANGUE
PLAYA DE AYANGUE
AYANGUE
Ecuador
2° 2' 5.2404" S, 80° 43' 19.3656" W
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Sep. 01/11

This month, we’re celebrating the Debris Month of Action and we’re kicking things off with a marine debris photo contest. We want to know what kind of debris you find when you dive. What better way to show us than with a photo!

Enter the Contest Now!

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Date: 
Sep. 04/11
Location: 
Swanage Pier
Meet at the entrance of the pier
Swanage BH19 2AW
United Kingdom
50° 36' 8.6976" N, 1° 56' 30.5988" W

Join us on our dive to clean up underwater at Swanage Pier.

PADI and Project AWARE staff from the Bristol office will be taking part in this Dive Against Debris clean up event! We will be diving, picking up rubbish and recording the data!

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