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You are dedicated to saving our oceans and your customers should know it! Demonstrate your commitment to ocean protection by displaying this Project AWARE sign in your shop window. Download and print this sign for display in your dive center window, boat or classroom.

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It’s easy to add the badge to your site, simply copy the code. Join thousands of AWARE leaders around the world who are showing their support.

The code below enables you to add the small, rectangular badge to your site.

You can also download a variety of other sizes by clicking on the icons at left.

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Take your passion for the cause to the next level by organizing a fundraising event that will support critical ocean conservation activities. Whether you organize a fundraiser with your dive center, as a local community event or in your workplace, there are lots of ways to raise funds for ocean protection and have a blast at the same time. This fundraising idea guide includes tips for organizing underwater treasure hunts, diving challenges, gold coin or 50/50 drives. There’s heaps of ideas to inspire you.

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Calling all event leaders! Are you organizing a Dive Against Debris activity with your divers? Before you take the plunge with dive volunteers, be sure they sign and complete a customized liability release form.

May. 31/11

Gain publicity for your dive center, your volunteers and your fight against marine debris. Customize the Dive Against Debris press release, garner local press and gain support in your community.

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Personalize the AWARE Dive Against Debris poster by adding your local event details. Display posters in your dive center or local community to recruit volunteers and show your support for a clean ocean.

Customizing the poster is easy, just follow these steps:

1.       Click to download the poster.

2.       Add your event details; Dive Center/Organizer Name Date; Location; Contact

3.       Print poster copies (up to 11” x 17” or A3 size paper)

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Utila Dive Centre prides itself as being ecologically aware. It's been the dive center's ethos to educate divers about the reef and the environment in every diver course they teach. By educating divers of all levels, they ensure that divers interact in a safe and positive way and spread the word as they continue traveling and diving the world.

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Downbelow Marine and Wildlife Adventures, Malaysia is at it again! This time removing two nets just 10 days apart. On 5th January the team successfully removed an 80 metre illegal fishing net. This net was one of the worst the team had ever encountered. Not only was it smothering delicate corals but large amounts were sitting up in midwater catching all kinds of marine life. The divers removed the net and also managed to save many creatures such as crabs and stonefish.
 

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Downbelow Marine and Wildlife Adventures, Malaysia held a cleanup in November 2010 month at Gaya Island with one very clear message “ Say No to Plastic Bags”. With help from the Asian Tourist International College the group of 30 volunteers collected 280 Kilograms of plastic, 10 kilograms of plastic bottles and 89 kilograms of tyres.

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Hi there everyone

We're so excited! Today we got wrapped up in bubble wrap and tissue paper and couriered over to our new parents, Jen and Jo at Project AWARE Foundation.

We're going to be Ambassadors for Sharks all across the globe. We can't wait to meet you all as we get posted to dive centres in Thailand, Mexico, Germany or South Africa. We hope that together we can raise awareness and spread the word about the plight of sharks

Look forward to meeting with you all soon.

Finn and Finley

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