Ten years ago, the Adventure Club in the beautiful Phi Phi Islands installed a floating coral nursery to cultivate coral fragments – a way of preserving the coral reefs surround the islands. The nursery is suspended above the substrate allowing the coral fragments to grow with reduced threats from corallivores […]Read more ›
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Image by Jennifer Idol – “Bacteria mattes create the colors of Grand Prismatic Spring.” Written by Jennifer Idol, PADI AmbassaDiverTM Each summer, I determine locations and stories for next year’s travel. This year is no different, but my destinations were met with surprise by more than a few people. Rather […]Read more ›
You know that rubbish has a huge impact on our ocean. You know that recycling is good for the environment. You even have a recycling bin at home. So how can you take it one step further and ensure your recycling has a real impact on the planet? Reduce (and […]Read more ›
Although he may be young, Kailash Cook means business when it comes to the health of our coral reefs. He is an inspiration to everyone concerned about the effects of climate change on coral reefs. Putting thoughts into action, Kailash takes it upon himself to help save our coral reefs and will […]Read more ›
Guest blog post by Jo Walters Andre Miller is a marine scientist, PADI Dive Center owner and Master Scuba Diver Trainer, and a passionate leader of the conservation movement in Barbados. Andre was recently named a PADI AmbassaDiver. “I grew up on a tiny island surrounded by a lot of water, […]Read more ›
As divers, we are ambassadors for the underwater environment with a shared responsibility to help protect the ocean and its inhabitants. Whether you’re a regular diver or someone who dives once or twice a year on holiday, there are easy ways that you can help protect the ocean 365 days […]Read more ›