Sep. 25/11
Lago di Scanno
Viale del Lago 202 c/o Bar del Lago
Scanno, AQ 67038
41° 55' 6.3444" N, 13° 52' 17.8428" E

Project Aware International Beach Cleanup

Sep. 17/11
Ponte JK
Praça da Ponte JK
Brasilia, DF 70000-000
15° 49' 11.8596" S, 47° 49' 59.1564" W

Limpeza do Lago Paranoá pelos mergulhadores de Brasília e da escola de mergulho Scuba Du, Participe!  Limpeza de costa pelas escolas e por entusiastas , inscreva-se neste evento!


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Sep. 02/11
Dive Bequia
Port Elizabeth
Bequia VC0400
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
13° 0' 10.026" N, 61° 14' 21.7716" W

Welcome to Dive Bequia's first 'Dive Against Debris' 2011 event.


During all our dives on 2nd September, both staff and customers are encouraged to bring up as much debris up from our colourful and healthy reefs and report this data online.


Here at Brisbane Dive Academy we run regular cleanup activities and join in during Cleanup Australia Day and International Cleanup Day.

Downunder in Oz we love to hold barbeques so whenever our divers have done a good cleanup dive we spark the BBQ ready for action. We charge our divers a gold coin donation and over the past year have raised over $600 for Project AWARE.

“We charge AU$60 to dive on the cleanup day and AU$30 is donated to Project AWARE for every person who attended. It’s as easy as that!” says Mick Wheatley.

Juin. 10/11
Shelley Beach Manly , NSW 2086
38° 19' 27.912" S, 144° 55' 53.9076" E

PADI Asia Pacific and Project AWARE Staff are teaming up for our first ever Dive Against Debris at the popular Shelley Beach, Manly, Australia.

We'll be diving, removing and recording data on the rubbish we find plus we'll have some games, food and fun. All PADI and AWARE staff, friends and family are invited to join in the activities!


 Downbelow at Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Kota Kinabalu has been on the net removal warpath against nets which have infiltrated the park yet again. Stuck on the coral reefs at a depth that required strategic thinking as the net removal team meticulously planned the assault.

Entangled on the reef in 20 metres of water, the team had to also contend with a bit of current, which meant higher air consumption and limited bottom time and had to make two dives in order to remove the net. Well done to everyone involved in this great effort!


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.