While holidaying in Nicaragua, PADI Rescue Diver and former paramedic Chris Skone-Roberts gave his scuba diving certification level a new meaning. Rather than having to come to the aid of a fellow scuba diver, Chris came to the aid of underwater companions of a different kind – two giant green sea turtles, […]Read more ›
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Dive Against Debris is a year-round underwater survey for scuba divers. Surveys can take place anytime, anywhere. Our trash does not belong underwater however more than six million tons of it enters the ocean each year entangling and injuring marine life and damaging critical habitats. Together, we’re working toward solutions. […]Read more ›
ScubaEarth? Scuba a better Earth Learn more about how you can connect with Project AWARE on ScubaEarth so you can start protecting our Ocean Planet – One Dive at a Time. Project AWARE divers unite across the globe in more 180 countries and territories, to protect our ocean planet. As […]Read more ›
Think of scuba diving in Australia and what’s one of the first things that come to mind? The Great Barrier Reef. As one of the natural wonders of the world, this beautiful part of Australia is one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions offering divers and snorkelers the chance to have […]Read more ›
It was a good day for conservation on the 25th April 2014 when PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Centre, Downbelow Marine and Wildlife Adventures joined forces with Hyatt Regency Kota Kinabalu for a day of awareness and fund raising, including a cleanup and mangrove planting project at Gaya Island, Borneo. […]Read more ›
“An underwater adventure on a global journey to explore our critical connection with the ocean.” Stefan Andrews presents his year as the 2013 Australasian OWUSS Rolex Scholar. The Our World-Underwater Scholarship Society (OWUSS) each year awards three Rolex Scholarships to young people who are considering a career in an underwater-related […]Read more ›