Post Tagged with: "DiveAgainstDebris"

Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

22 February, 2017 at 5:20 pm Comments are Disabled

For the month of February, the waters’ of Adelaide have a resident janitor. Dedicated to cleaning the ocean floors around Adelaide’s many jetties and dive sites on a daily basis. Kate Wilkins has decided to take matters into her own hands and tackle the big issue of rubbish in our […]

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UK Marine Conservation – How To Make A Difference

UK Marine Conservation – How To Make A Difference

30 September, 2016 at 5:06 am Comments are Disabled

The ocean is in trouble – from coral bleaching to creature entanglements – and for most people, the damage lies hidden beneath the surface.  Fortunately as divers, we have the ability to make a difference by taking part in conservation activities and spreading the word to non-divers. While marine conservation […]

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Better Places For Plastic Than The Ocean

Better Places For Plastic Than The Ocean

28 April, 2016 at 3:11 am Comments are Disabled

It’s no secret that plastic is a big problem for the ocean. From microbeads and plastic bags, to empty bottles and unwanted furniture, plastic is killing marine life and devastating coral reefs. Many divers across the world are united in their efforts to eliminate the marine debris issue. Some are […]

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Dive with a purpose – Dive Against Debris™ with Project AWARE

Dive with a purpose – Dive Against Debris™ with Project AWARE

15 April, 2016 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

The ocean covers around two thirds of our planet and encompasses a diverse range of habitats, from tropical coral reefs to giant forests made of kelp. Scuba divers travel hundreds of miles across the world to appreciate this vast underwater world and the incredible creatures that call it home. But […]

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Beneath the Waves with Project AWARE

Beneath the Waves with Project AWARE

8 September, 2015 at 12:46 am Comments are Disabled

Share your underwater marine debris photos on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #BeneathTheWaves. Project AWARE will add them to their global “Beneath the Waves” photo collage to show decision-makers your underwater perspective and urge for long-term, global solutions to the marine debris issue.

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Project AWARE Explains the Ugly Journey of our Trash

Project AWARE Explains the Ugly Journey of our Trash

8 June, 2015 at 2:13 am Comments are Disabled

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 […]

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