marine debris

Datum: 
Sep. 21/13
Location: 
SIMPLY DIVING
Carlota Alessandri 25
Torremolinos 29620
Spain
36° 7' 16.2336" N, 5° 21' 8.9748" W

It's time once again for Simply Diving's annual Project AWARE Dive for Debris and Clean Up operation!

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Apr. 24/13

Niemand weiss es genau, jedoch beziffern Wissenschaftler die Menge an Müll, der jedes Jahr in unsere Meere gelangt, auf über sechs Millionen Tonnen.

Einer der Gründe, warum Project AWARE Daten über die Müllmengen sammelt, die Taucher aus dem Wasser holen, ist, dadurch ein klares Bild über die Verschmutzung zu erhalten, die unsere Meere bedroht. Denn mit diesen Daten können in der Zukunft effektivere Entscheidungen im Bereich des Abfallmanagements getroffen werden.

Datum: 
Jan. 21/13
Location: 
CREATE Centre Bristol
Smeaton Road Spike Island
Bristol BS1 6XN
United Kingdom
51° 26' 49.8264" N, 2° 37' 20.9712" W

Making the links between consumer waste, plastic production, and the chemical pollution from persistent plastic pollutants, the 'Making Waves' exhibition focuses on the scale, speed and dangers of marine debris from a conceptual base, via photography, spoken word, sculpture, installation, and film. The exhibition, open to the general public throughout, aims to raise awareness, challenge perceptions and stimulate new thinking about how each of us can take responsibility for ensuring the safety of human health and the en MORE

Datum: 
Sep. 22/12
Location: 
Armada Drive above The Flower Fields® in Carlsbad, California
Armada Drive above the Flower Fields
Carlsbad, CA 92011
United States
34° 0' 58.4712" N, 117° 25' 18.75" W

 

  • Where: Armada Drive (above the Flower Fields/past Karl Strauss in Carlsbad, CA)
  • When: 10am-8pm (Saturday, 9/22) and 10am-5pm (Sunday, 9/23)
  • What: Come visit New Ocean Blue’s booth at Carlsbad’s street fair Art Splash where you will be able to learn about the dangers of plastic pollution and create shark puppets out of used plastic bags! This is a family event, so bring the whole bunch!

  • http://newoceanblue.org/events/

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Datum: 
Sep. 08/12
Location: 
La Jolla Library
7555 Draper Ave
San Diego, CA 92037
United States
34° 18' 25.7184" N, 117° 4' 13.1268" W

 

Trash to Art at the La Jolla Library

  • Where: La Jolla Library, 7555 Draper Ave, San Diego, CA 92037
  • When: 9:30am-2:00pm 
  • What: Join us in turning trash into art! New Ocean Blue wants kids of all ages to help decorate a canvas (donated by the Wyland Foundation) with trash collected at San Diego beaches.
  • http://newoceanblue.org/events/

 

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Datum: 
Sep. 06/12
Location: 
Blue Corner Dive Nusa Lembongan, BA
Indonesia

 

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Datum: 
Sep. 14/12
Location: 
Langkawi Coral
Pulau Payar Marine Park
Malaysia
6° 3' 54.8964" N, 100° 2' 36.4452" E

This September is Debris Month of Action: a whole month dedicated to fighting the ocean's silent killer, marine debris. With your help we are sending a loud and clear message: "Stop the Ocean’s Silent Killer"

Join us in the battle against marine debris. Your local actions contribute to a clean, healthy future for the ocean.
 

Contact us: sales@langkawicoral.com

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Datum: 
Sep. 01/12
Location: 
New Heaven Dive School
48 moo 2 Chalok Ban Kao
Koh Tao 84360
Thailand
10° 3' 58.392" N, 99° 49' 37.5564" E

For this year’s Project AWARE Debris Month of Action we pledge to bring back some marine rubbish everyday from our dives for the whole 31 days of September. Be it a big clean-up such as those with the Save Koh Tao Group, or just a few items found while teaching a course.

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Datum: 
Mai. 20/12
Location: 
Narcosis Dive Charters
200 E. 13th Street
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
United States
26° 46' 45.588" N, 80° 2' 44.52" W

Join us for a SouthFlorida HammerHeads Club Dive on May 20, 2012

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Datum: 
Mai. 01/12
Location: 
Mossel Bay Yacht & Boat Club
Quay 4 Port of Mossel Bay
Mossel Bay 6500
South Africa
34° 10' 44.5728" S, 22° 8' 30.12" E

 

Local PADI dive centre Adventure’s Edge in conjunction with Oceans Research and Reef Divers will Dive against Debris on Tuesday, 01 May 2012 at Santos Reef, and will also be doing a shore based cleanup for the non divers, as part of Adventure’s Edge, Oceans Research and Reef Divers commitment to protecting the ocean. Our trained divers not only remove underwater debris such as plastic bags, bottles, fishing line, and tyres , but also identify and document everything they see underwater in a larger effort to prevent marine debris.

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