Action Zone

Be part of a global movement and dive into action to confront two key ocean issues – sharks in peril and marine debris.

Project AWARE Map

Aware Divers in Action (map)

Dive Into Action

Want to make your dives count for conservation? Search the Action Map for events near you or check out a full list of upcoming actions to dive into. Better yet, start an action in your community. 


Dive Against Debris (map)

Dive Against Debris Map

Together, we're battling back against ocean trash and showing the world what's found beneath the waves. Explore the map to find the types and amounts of debris items divers are reporting from more than 60 countries and help make change.



Action Highlights

Action Highlights

0n Saturday September 13th, 24 of my diving friends and myself completed another Dive Against Debris Lake clean up at our favorite beach dive site at Lake Pleasant in Arizona.  In a 2 hour period my team pulled out approx. 50 aluminum cans, 40 plastic bottles, plastic bags, pieces of plastic sheeting, shoes, gloves, fishing lures, fishing line, rope, a large piece of carpet, a couple metal poles, a 5 gallon plastic bucket and a lot of miscellaneous trash.  After we hauled our trash up the hill back to our cars we had a potluck BBQ with tons of great food and new friends.

On Saturday, September 6, 2014, 115 volunteers, including 70 Lock Haven University students, helped in the 2nd phase of the Bald Eagle Creek Clean-up. Thanks to all those who helped we collected 248 tires and 6 large bags of trash.

Who would believe Haad Yao, such a beautiful, clean looking beach could get so dirty.  We collected approximately 40 bags of rubbish and 20 bags of recycling from the beach and surrounding scrubland.

Around 50 people took part from different Dive centres including Haad Yao Divers, Core Sea, Reefers and businesses around the Island.

In the evening we celebrated our success with a few cold beers and a BBQ on the beach.  We even had a local live band singing and playing for free as we watched the stars come out sitting around a huge bonfire on the beach.