Over-fishing is driving sharks to the brink of extinction. In fact, many populations have seen a decline of up to 80%. Healthy oceans depend on healthy shark populations because they keep the marine food change in balance. Sharks grow slowly and produce few young – meaning they are incredibly vulnerable. The […]Read more ›
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Photo Boris Unger We caught up with PADI AmbassaDiver, Birgitta Mueck, to talk about her passion for wildlife conservation and her work with Crystal Water Film Production… What inspired you to take up underwater photography & videography? It all started with my early passion for the ocean and its many charming […]Read more ›
Scuba Junkie Komodo are dedicated to marine conservation and protecting the environment. So when they saw the opportunity to take their efforts further, they decided it had to be done. We asked the team a few questions about Marine Week, their week-long initiative to bring marine conservation to the forefront […]Read more ›
Photo by Simon Dowling Over a decade ago, the team at Crystal Dive noticed a need to ramp up conservation efforts on Koh Tao – so they started and funded a separately branded conservation department, Eco Koh Tao. The aim was to include other dive centres and dive professionals in […]Read more ›
For anyone that’s had the privilege to meet PADI AmbassaDiver Gerardo Del Villar, it may come as a surprise that his first dream was to become a professional snowboarder and represent his country, Mexico, in the Olympics. It wasn’t until he was two years into his training that he decided […]Read more ›
What do diet books, cologne and coral jewelry have in common? They’re all terrible gift ideas for the environment. Read on to learn about environmentally-unfriendly gifts to avoid, and discover better, eco-friendly gift options. Coral jewelry or other products made from ocean creatures According to NOAA, demand for coral jewelry […]Read more ›