10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Water on this Planet

Make Responsible Seafood Choices

Take Action

Scuba-Diving-Raleigh-Durham-4-eyed-butterflyOver-fishing leads to species declines while harmful fishing practices damage and pollute underwater ecosystems. You play a critical role as a consumer. If seafood is part of your meal selection, ensure you’re choosing sustainable sourced species and encourage others, including restaurants and shop owners, to do the same.

Scuba divers are some of the strongest ocean advocates on the planet. Now, more than ever, divers like you are taking a stand. Speak out for conservation, share your underwater images, report environmental damage to authorities and campaign for change.

Be an Eco-tourist

By-The-Shore-by-Kevin-AlexanderChoose facilities dedicated to responsible social and environmental business practices that include water conservation, energy reduction, proper waste disposal, use of mooring buoys and respect for local cul-tures, laws and regulations.Make informed decisions when choosing and visiting a destination.

Shrink Your Carbon Footprint

Global warming and ocean acidification are putting your favorite animals and the whole ocean planet at risk. Do your part by understanding and reducing your carbon footprint and look for ways to offset what you can’t reduce.

Give Back

Ocean protection depends on all of our actions, large and small. Investing in the ocean protects our planet and lets the dive adventure live on. Donate or fundraise for ocean protection to fuel the grassroots action and policy change necessary to ensure a clean, healthy ocean planet.

Thank you for giving the ocean planet the protections it deserves!

Protecting Our Ocean Planet – One Dive at a Time

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