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Project AWARE Jun 15
Mind-blowing branded plastic bag discovery in Sunshine Coast waters 😱
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Oceanographic 11h
A huge congratulations to everyone that took part in the record breaking Save Deerfield Beach underwater cleanup! More than 9,000 pieces of debris recorded on by 633 divers. Organised by Dixie Divers, supported by &
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Project AWARE Jun 16
This Father’s Day pic makes our ❤️ melt! Thanks to all Fathers out there sharing the love for a clean ocean and taking action through for the next generation!
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Alan Toner Dec 8
Congratulations to these students who are now as certified divers!
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Rulo Films Jun 11
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Blue Corner Dive Jan 8
This is how it’s done 😎 Show our superheroes some love!
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Four Seasons Resorts Maldives Jun 8
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Eco Koh Tao Apr 22
Do you see how turtles can confuse plastic bags for Jellyfish? •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Thankfully this dive instructor removed the bag from the ocean. ⠀⠀
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quentin allouard Jun 6
On saturday June the 8th, join us at Diveshack for a and a coastal cleanup. Let's celebrate and give back to our Oceans.
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Imane Courti Jan 30
During house , we found an octopus in a bottle, we didn't know if we should stress him to go out and remove the plastic or just leave him as it's his "home"? As a diver, What would you do?
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quentin allouard May 10
Proudly signed up with and downloaded my toolkit and mobile app. Hope my first DiveAgainstDebris survey in will be a success.
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Year 2 TSP Mar 14
To celebrate we completed an investigation using recycled bottles. We watched a video about how plastic bottles harm the environment and looked at maps with . We used our thinking hats to discuss the journey of plastic bottles.🐠🌍💚
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Davy Jones Locker May 19
Massive ECO day at DJL! Thanks to Coral Gardening who are teaching us about coral monitoring. Also, we are Diving Against Debris at Hin Wong bay. This Specialty is free for all Divemaster & Instructor candidates.
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Andrew Welham-Jones Apr 21
Some people’s children will walk along the river bank. A diver’s daughter will wade in to river to get and remove the plastic.
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Rifqi Adzani Dec 15
—likes the idea of the explicit message shown, . Our trash in the ocean has been remarkably awful! We ought to take action and be part of the solutions.
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Beach Guardian Jun 5
Today is Wherever you are in the world, there is always something that you can do to help protect our environment Emily is currently in find out what she has been doing on next week's Tune In Tuesday video!
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Blue Corner Dive Jan 2
Do you ever wonder what we find on our Dives Against Debris ? This kind of stuff. And yes, It’s mostly plastic. What do you do to reduce your plastic consumption?
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Hayley Davis Dec 30
In the water the worries, anxiety and stress just go. I have never felt so free before the underwater world is a magical place that doesn’t get appreciated enough.
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All For Blue Jan 31
Joint forces! Save My Fins & All For Blue by Katerina Topouzoglou during our mission in Cuba (Jardines De La Reina) about ocean conservation and shark aware seminars. Pic by: Alex Suh ...
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Dive Curacao Jun 15
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