Support Project AWARE this August with Dollars for Dives For every dive logged on ScubaEarth during the month of August 2013, PADI will donate one dollar per dive to support the conservation efforts of our favorite non-profit organization Project AWARE – up to $100,000US. If you haven’t visited scubaearth.com recently, […]Read more ›
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What’s the Best Sunscreen for Scuba Diving? View the updated post… Growing up in the Pacific Northwest United States, sunscreen was something I bought once every five years. This a terrible idea, if course, because sunscreens expire in 1-3 years. I wised up after becoming an active diver and have spent […]Read more ›
An amazing video from PADI Instructor Joanna Hurford who lives on Gili Trawangan, Indonesia. The video shows the dedication of everyone involved in making a real difference. Over the space of around 10 beach clean ups, this rubbish was collected on Gili Trawangan which is a small island off north […]Read more ›
Support from PADI Divers helped sharks and rays get the international protection they need and deserve. PADI Divers rallied the global dive community behind five species of sharks, two species of manta rays and one species of sawfish. Because of all your hard work and commitment to ocean conservation, all […]Read more ›
Scuba divers have a unique perspective on life under the waves. While many people think of sharks as ferocious predators that might attack at any time, divers have a different point of view. We find these ancient, diverse and beautiful creatures fascinating, and it seems like there’s always something new […]Read more ›
Sunday saw the world’s largest Dive Against Debris underwater cleanup take place in Phuket, Thailand, in support of Project AWARE’s Dive Against Debris month of action. Go Eco Phuket saw over 500 divers and 200 volunteers unite to help make a positive difference to the underwater environment. Supported by the Thai Government, PADI Dive Shops, PADI Professionals, […]Read more ›