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Hi divers out there,

It is so easy to help the protection of our blue planet. Collect every time you make a dive the debris you see under water. Take it with you and dispose it to the next trash box. If everybody will do so we go a huge step forward.

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On September 24, 2011, with beautiful Pacific Northwest skies, thirty-eight people performed an underwater cleanup at the Leschi Sailboat Moorage (South Side) on Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington under the auspices of the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department and organized by the Northwest Diving Institute. The cleanup effort comprised seven dive teams and one shore team encompassing an underwater area of approximately 100,000 ft2.

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Gaya Island, Kota Kinabalu: Last Sunday Downbelow hosted a successful Project AWARE event with a big number of participants and an even bigger number of trash removed.

A whopping 53 participants participated in this month's event and together saved the marine environment from 689kg of debris.

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PADI Project Aware Eco Heroes Do it again.

Dive Against Debris & International Beach Clean Up  Day 18th of September 2011.

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The low season is a great time for getting all the dive school staff out for a clean-up. On September 24th we joined with other dive schools through the Save Koh Tao Marine Branch for a big clean-up in Sairee Beach.

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This Saturday everyone at BICD took time out of their busy diving schedules to go... diving. But this time we all went armed with net sacks and cleaned up rubbish.

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After three months of trying to get to Sairee to conduct a clean up of one of Koh Tao’s busiest beaches we finally made it there thanks to a lull in the weather. With the wind blowing from the west these last few months and Sairee being exposed and shallow we were constantly pushed to the east side of the island.

 

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 一年一度的中秋假期,帶福新樂園邀請所有的潛水員

進行海洋清潔日活動,

也謝謝大家的熱情參與

希望因為大家的大家的努 力,讓台灣的海域越來越美麗^___^

 

 

 

 

 

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We had a very successful Dive Against Debris here in Malapascua today.  Plenty of volunteers turned out to help us clear up one of our favourite dive sites, East Garden.

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So, although this is not my first Project AWARE dive that I have coordinated, here is my first blog: We had 100 local Tampa Florida volunteers and scuba divers participate in a combined event last Saturday, 17 September 2011, at the Jules Verne Park at Ballast Point Pier.

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