The environment in south west Thailand was the winner in late September when a very energetic group of around 200 scuba divers set out aboard 8 boats and effectively returned with more than 1000kg of trash from Phuket dive sites. Robert Scammell (PADI Instructor Examiner) and Andy Auer (PADI Regional […]Read more ›
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In the underwater world, you don’t have to be the largest creature to be the biggest threat. The stonefish, which reaches an average length of 30 to 40 centimetres and up to 2 kg / 5 lbs in weight, is the most venomous fish in the world having venomous sacs on […]Read more ›
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 ›
If you’re looking to get more out of your next dive and want to help protect the wonderful oceans you cherish at the same time, then consider adding the Project AWARE Dive Against Debris distinctive specialty course to your must-do list. Not only will you learn valuable information and gain great experience […]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 ›
Many species in our oceans are endangered or are facing extinction, but as an ambassador for the underwater world, you can use your love for diving, and passion for travel to promote their protection. By visiting countries with marine protected areas, you are voting with your “dollars” to show your […]Read more ›