The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulates), commonly referred to as the Napoleon wrasse, Maori wrasse, or Napoleon fish, can be found hanging around coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific Oceans “from the Red Sea and the coast of East Africa to the central Pacific, south from Japan to New Caledonia”. Most people […]Read more ›
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Do good, win big! Have you ever dreamed of taking a scuba dive vacation to an exotic destination? Now’s your chance… Project AWARE has partnered up with GVI and PADI to give one lucky grand prize winner a once in a lifetime opportunity. How to enter: Donate to Project AWARE for your chance to jet off to […]Read more ›
By Alexa Ward, Project AWARE Community Relations Specialist Are you looking for a dive center or instructor who takes ocean protection to heart? We all want to keep our undersea world clean and healthy – not just for ourselves, but for the dive community, now and for future generations to […]Read more ›
How does our trash make its way from land to sea? This infographic by Project AWARE explains the ugly journey, and shines light on the dangers our litter poses to marine ecosystems and wildlife along the way. While the marine debris issue may at first appear daunting, there is hope! With our […]Read more ›
On Saturday 25 April 2015 – in celebration of Earth Day – PADI 5 Star Dive Resort, AquaMarine Diving – Bali organized a Beach Clean-up at Batubelig Beach in south west Bali with the students from Kerobokan Sekolah Dasar (Elementary School). With an early start, 40 enthusiastic pupils boarded two […]Read more ›
Did becoming a scuba diver change the way you view the environment? It’s heartbreaking to hear the news about the effects of climate change, unsustainable fishing, and how pollution hurts our oceans. Well, there’s good news. You can pledge to be an eco-tourist and choose to stay at an eco dive […]Read more ›