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 ›
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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 ›
Our eco partner, the Project AWARE Foundation, has named the 12 finalists for the Ocean Action Project. The 12 finalists represent some truly amazing ocean action projects from all over the world. Importantly, we want to help these ocean heroes with their projects. But you hold the power to put their project in motion. Does their […]Read more ›
PADI Diving Society and Sport Diver magazine are celebrating 15 years of PADI Diving Society with the April Question of the Month below! April - Question of the Month: What are your plans for Earth Day (22 April)? Share your answer and you’ll be entered to win a free PADI Tote Bag with […]Read more ›
Many of the world’s shark species are disappearing — and fast. In one recent meeting with Project AWARE, a European Union government official said, “Unfortunately, sharks have an image problem. That means they have few sympathizers outside the conservation community.” And largely, we agree. But divers are unique. We’re shark […]Read more ›