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Resource Zone

You’ll find materials, training and action kits designed to support marine debris, sharks in peril and other conservation activities.

Popular Resources

Feb. 03/14

How do you protect the ocean? It's time to Boost Your Eco with Project AWARE's 10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Ocean.

Grab your 10 Tips tools and start spreading the word today! Encourage your friends, family and divers to take the pledge.

Sep. 06/12

Thanks for choosing to Get Swimming to End Finning. Once you've set up your fundraising page at www.finathon.org you can download these FINtastic resources to help organize your Finathon® Challenge. Good Luck!

Sep. 14/11

We've taken the facts and the stats so you can follow the journey of rubbish from in land right out to our ocean. Follow The Ugly Journey of our Trash to learn how different kinds of debris threaten marine life.

Available in english and german.

Jul. 31/14

 

Use these banners on your website, email signature and facebook page to promote your Debris Month of Action activities.

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Nov. 15/13

Project AWARE’s 2012 Annual Report details the support of AWARE divers and leaders around the globe working to protect our ocean planet.

Sep. 26/13

Divers share a deep connection with the ocean. You can make a difference for ocean protection every time you dive, travel and more.

Download and share Project AWARE’s 10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Ocean Planet.

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May. 30/13
Sharks in Peril

Coastal species often called “dogfish” need sound conservation policies and strict finning bans, just like bigger sharks.



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Apr. 17/13

Fished at alarming rates, manta and devil rays line the streets of many fish markets around the world – sought primarily for their gill rakers – the feathery structures these filter feeders use to strain their food as they glide through the water. At a one-time payout of about $250 per kilogram versus approximately $1 million in tourism over a manta’s lifetime, is it really worth the destruction?

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