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Andre Miller: An Ambassador for Conservation

Andre Miller: An Ambassador for Conservation

5 May, 2016 at 10:39 am Comments are Disabled

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, […]

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10 Easy Ways to Protect the Ocean 365 Days a Year

10 Easy Ways to Protect the Ocean 365 Days a Year

29 April, 2016 at 6:10 am Comments are Disabled

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 […]

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PADI Pros “Adopt A Dive Site” with Project AWARE

PADI Pros “Adopt A Dive Site” with Project AWARE

28 April, 2016 at 8:07 am Comments are Disabled

Scuba divers are some of the world’s most passionate ocean advocates. With our unique underwater access and dive skills, we’re a powerful movement – one that seeks out action and mobilizes for change. To further mobilize the citizen scientists they’ve cultivated and empowered through Dive Against Debris™, Project AWARE® launched the Adopt […]

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Passions of Paradise EcoGuides share reef knowledge

Passions of Paradise EcoGuides share reef knowledge

26 April, 2016 at 12:25 am Comments are Disabled

Passions of Paradise has expanded its citizen science program in anticipation of a surge in interest following the David Attenborough series on the Great Barrier Reef. Passions of Paradise Chief Executive Officer Scotty Garden said the company had boosted the number of crew accredited with Ecotourism Australia to five as […]

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Rescuing Baby Sayle

Rescuing Baby Sayle

22 April, 2016 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Words and photos by Dr. Caine Delacy. Caine is a marine biologist and photographer dedicated to documenting the underwater world and learning more about the ocean, particularly the health of coral reefs around the world. He currently serves as the Director of Science and Research at the Ocean First Education. […]

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How To Clean Up The Ocean Starting Today

How To Clean Up The Ocean Starting Today

21 April, 2016 at 8:53 am Comments are Disabled

There’s a reason divers show up in droves for organized dive-site clean-ups. Not only do we get the feel-good high of helping, but we also allow sites to return to their natural state — beautiful and thriving. Group clean-ups are easy to find during April, aka Earth Month, but even […]

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