Join Aloha Scuba Divers in uniting with the thousands of volunteer divers and non-divers worldwide in cleaning up the beach and ocean of debris! Free Air! 1/2 off Gear Rental! Food and Drinks provided! TONS OF GREAT PRIZES! Bring your family and friends, divers and non-divers, every person makes a difference!
13 Dreaming dolphins declare War to garbage! We will hunt on fishing nets!We'll grant freedom for fish!!!Join us! Together we will help water to become pure. And water will tell to us "Thanks, people!".MORE
Pond in territory of the Landscape Wildlife preserve "Troparyovsky"Moscow
55° 38' 45.6" N, 37° 27' 6.84" E
2 июля 2011 года ГПБУ «Управление особо охраняемыми природными территориями по ЗАО» при участии Управления физической культуры и спорта по ЗАО проводят экологическую акцию «За чистоту водоёмов» на территории Ландшафтного Заказника «Тропарёвский». Группа "13 мечтающих дельфинов" совместно с активистами дайвинг центра «DREAM DIVE» будет проводить подводную очистку пруда.
It's our regular one-day dive trip combined with Coral Watch and underwater cleanup activities.
We will be specifically conducting observation on the development of crown of thornes around the Karang Lebar area of Pulau Semak Daun. If the presence of COTs increased significantly, we will remove them to avoid further expansion and threat of coral bleaching.
As usual, we will collect underwater debris in every dive. Let's make our underwater planet cleaner and join the Aware Scavenger Hunt game :)
Come and visit the PADI Booth at the Malaysia International Dive Expo. Project AWARE will be on hand to answer your questions, give you advice and support on your ocean protection projects and hand out shark tattoos, petitions, Dive Against Debris tools and much more.
17 September 2011 Saturday is “International Cleanup Day”
For the seventh time, Shenzhen Blue Ocean Conservation Association~ a NGO ~ a volunteer group have taken the task of cleaning up debris along 10 Km coastline stretch along the Dapeng Peninsula assisted by more than 2000 volunteers,including school children,college students,divers,officials,etc. from 7.00 am to 18.00 pm.
Do you hate underwater trash as much as we do? Plastic bottles strewn across the ocean floor, nets choking coral reefs, discarded fishing line entangling marine creatures... Together, we’re fighting back against marine debris – the ocean’s silent killer. And when we fight for the ocean, we like to fight on scuba. Join us in the battle and dive in this September for Debris Month of Action.
What is Debris Month of Action? It’s you, your best dive buddies, your favorite dive spot and a mesh bag, helping to clean the ocean and telling the world what you’ve found.