We've taken the facts and the stats so you can follow the journey of rubbish from inland right out to our ocean. Check out The Ugly Journey of Our Trash and discover how our rubbish threatens marine life.
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Conservation opportunities for ICCAT 2015: Sharks are among the most vulnerable animals taken in high seas fisheries for tuna and swordfish. ICCAT has led regional fisheries bodies in adoption of shark measures, but has yet to align its finning ban with best practice or agree basic, science-based limits for key shark species.
Thank you for rising to the challenge and fundraising for ocean protection through Project AWARE's My Ocean Challenge. Fundraisers; get creative with your challenge, create a profile at MyOceanChallenge.org and make use of these tools to support your fundraising journey.
Our last Mevagissey Dive Against Debris was a huge success, so we’re back to show our commitment to protecting this brilliant dive site. Over the past year, we have removed 5,282 pieces of marine debris and ghost gear from our shores. As a thank you for our members’ commitment, we are offering the PADI/Project Aware Dive Against Debris Speciality course at a special offer cost price of £30. Included in this are the training, all the materials necessary, a speciality PADI card and a dive at a cracking dive site.