Post Tagged with: "conservation"

5 Environmentally-Unfriendly Gifts You Should Never Give

5 Environmentally-Unfriendly Gifts You Should Never Give

22 December, 2016 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

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 […]

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Northern Tales: PART 1 – The Spiny Dogfish

Northern Tales: PART 1 – The Spiny Dogfish

5 December, 2016 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Birgitta Mueck, one of our PADI AmbassaDivers, shows us the thrills of dive exploration with this exclusive 3-part account of her latest cold water adventures. Sailing through the northern fjords of Sweden and Norway, Birgitta has searched for deep, rare species and pods of feeding orcas. Read on for her […]

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My Zero-Impact Week

My Zero-Impact Week

15 November, 2016 at 8:30 am Comments are Disabled

We all keep hearing about what our part looks like to help offset global warming. But taking a big leap for the rest of your life is daunting. So instead, I chose to tackle two changes that I thought I could manage for seven days to reduce my impact on […]

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Humanities Plastic Addition: Saving Our Ocean

Humanities Plastic Addition: Saving Our Ocean

14 November, 2016 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Guest Blogger: Joe Thomas Plastic is having a devastating effect on our oceans, our wildlife and ultimately on us as a human species. The introduction of plastic in the 20th century has led us to become increasingly reliant on its use and now a large percentage of almost everything we […]

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Sixth Sense: Underwater Exploration

Sixth Sense: Underwater Exploration

10 November, 2016 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

Proving the word “impossible” has no place in her vocabulary, it didn’t take long before Cristina Zenato, the woman credited with finding the connection between Mermaid Pond and Chimney Cave, located on Grand Bahama, to set her sights on the Zodiac system, another system of underwater caves, waterways and tunnels […]

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The Power of Scuba Divers to Heal the Planet

The Power of Scuba Divers to Heal the Planet

13 October, 2016 at 10:19 pm Comments are Disabled

Scuba divers love the ocean and of course we want to protect it, but at this point, we need to do more than protect it – we need to help it heal. Here are some great ideas about activities and projects that you can get involved in to start making […]

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