Mission 2020 is now closed and fourth element would like to thank everyone who took part and made a pledge for the better. View all the pledges below.
By World Oceans Day 2020 we will eliminate single use plastic packaging from our products. We will continue to develop new products and redevelop existing ones using recycled material. We will become truly OceanPositive.
As PADI drives toward a fully-integrated digital learning system, we lessen our dependency on packaging, thereby minimizing the plastic footprint of hundreds of thousands of divers every year. We will further reduce plastic waste across our supply chain and rally our 6,600 dive centers and resorts to reduce single-use plastics.
At Halcyon Dive Systems, we pledge to reduce our plastic and carbon footprint by 2020. We are committed to: Eliminate single-use plastic packaging of all our products; Significantly increase the use of recycled goods; Sponsor Ghost Fishing cleanups around the world and power the Halcyon manufacturing facility with solar energy.
At Aqua Lung, we are continuing our commitment to eliminate single-use plastic packaging on all of our products worldwide, whenever & wherever possible, finding sustainable alternatives everywhere we can. We will continue to further our use and implementation of renewable energy sources at our facilities across the globe.
We pledge that by World Ocean’s Day 2020 we will continue to improve in all areas of our current “Ocean Friendly” policy to: Recycle, Re-use and Reduce wherever possible; only ever use biodegradable, compostable and/or recyclable packaging materials and reduce our ecological footprint wherever possible.
Our fleet vessels will be completely single-use plastic free by the end of 2019. Single-use plastic water bottles have already been removed from our Red Sea fleet. We pledge to minimise pollution on our boats and in our worldwide offices, achieving this whilst educating yet also respecting local communities.
We will minimize single-use plastics in packaging and select durable materials to ensure a long lifetime for products and capability for maintenance. We will optimize deliveries and offset carbon emissions from all deliveries. Through our certified, audited environmental-management-system we are, and continue to be, committed to save our common playground.
At GUE, we pledge to launch an annual GUE Cleanup Event. We feel we can have the greatest impact by utilizing our network of divers in a worldwide cleanup of our waters. We hope to power our office with solar, will continue to recycle, and eliminate any single use plastic.
• Establishment of a recycling system for paper, cups, plastic bottles and cans inside Beuchat • We plan to stop using non-reusable plastic packaging within 3 years • Struggle against ecosystem impoverishment by supporting an initiative that helps to preserve marine ecosystems against overfishing and coastal habitat losses
The sea has always been at the heart of Mares. By World Oceans Day 2020 we pledge to reduce our environmentally unfriendly packaging including single-use plastic by 70%, adopting sustainable alternatives and minimising waste. We will also innovate techniques in product development to reduce our environmental impact in the future.
SANTI Diving is constantly working on improvement in the field of environment protection and implementation of the new actions aiming at the oceans and planets preservation. By 2020 we plan to replace the plastic bags by biodegradable ones, increase the effort to find the suppliers delivering the the recyclable elements.
SubGravity is committed to avoid single use plastic where there is an alternative, sustainable option available. We will work towards a 75% or more reduction in single use plastic by the year 2020. Additionally SubGravity is committed to continue recycling by shipping orders in previously used packaging whenever possible.
ExRDS pledges to go completely digital with our training by 2020, and each course taught will illuminate the dangers of single use plastics. Our excursions will have a conservation focused citizen science activity and the 3D printed diver accessories we sell will continue to be made from a biodegradable material.
KUBI Dry Glove Systems & Expedition Products has committed itself to the removal of plastic packaging from it’s products. From the 1st July 2018, all KUBI products will be supplied in recyclable paper packaging, as part of a fundamental rethink on how to deliver products in the most environmentally-friendly way.
Living in a big city, we drink the water coming from the great lakes that will then flow to the oceans We pledge to continue to clean the river, Reduce, Reuse and advocate for a closer to mother earth way of living From the source to the Oceans.
AquaSamoa pledge to continue to adopt sustainable alternatives and minimise waste We have eleminated the use of plastic drinking bottles by replacing with a water cooler with reusable cups on board our boats We encourage the use of PADI E-Learning courses, sell Marine Friendly Sunscreen and bamboo straws.
Our dive center mission to stop all single use plastic at our dive center. We are taking care of cleaning the dive spots and beaches we dive around the island. Finally we are recycling, taking care about plastic use and promote an eco mind to our staff and customers.
Diving4all GmbH is committed to 150 dives until World Oceans Day 2020 in which we collect waste from the rivers in our region. Furthermore, we discuss the problematic in our diving courses from beginners to diving instructors and include this topic in theory and practice lessons.
T101® Dive Training Center is dedicated to excellence in diving training. We are committed in protecting our Seas and support Project AWARE and other eco-green organisations. We lead by example, educating people to recycle & re-use plastic, respectfully explore wrecks and do regular clean-up dives (plastics & ghost fishing nets).
Weezle Diving Services Ltd has, as of February 2019, achieved the aim of rising from being 90%, to 100% single use plastic free & it is important to us to maintain this. As a small company we have always aimed to leave a small footprint while making a big impact.
We will ensure that in the course of our business and personal lives, we will fully support the drive to avoid single-use plastics. We will continue to remain a 100% AWARE member, in so doing, contributing financially to the conservation of the Aquatic environment.
At Goby Divers we pledge to avoid plastic wherever possible and every month we will hold a reef clean-up event in which we involve local kids to make them aware and to remove waste from the ocean.
Deptherapy & Deptherapy Education is committed to: "PROTECTING OUR OCEANS" our strap line is: "These are our oceans, and as surely as we fought for our country, we must now,as that same band of brothers fight to save our Oceans." Ben Lee, bilateral amputee, Deptherapy Trustee formerly Royal Engineers.
Duck Diver Marketing pledges to reduce its use of single-use plastics in both our business and personal lives. While we are a small firm, we proudly work with a wide range of dive companies, and we will encourage our business partners, and the dive community, to do the same.
At South Seas Beach Resort & Dive Center, we pledge to reduce single use plastics, promote e-learning for diving courses, pro-active in clean-up drives in our reefs and community mostly be ambassadors of ocean love by disseminating information campaigns such as Mission 2020.
At divecomputer.eu, part of Tecdiving group, we pledge to keep the plastic packing and packaging reduced to minimum and re-use and/or recycle it whenever possible. Being part of Tecdiving group, we aim to minimise our environmental footprint in the production process and gradually move towards renewable energy sources.
We at Liquid Sports are trying to reduce, reuse and recycle. The devil lies in the detail, starting with daily routines. We are constantly trying to keep the waste of packaging as low as possible e.g. reusing cartons. With XCEL we will use a biodegradable packaging from 2020 on.
We will focus on training divers to a higher level of skill and environmental awareness by providing; opportunities to be involved in beach and dive-site cleanups locally and globally, and access to more sustainable products to our customers through our increased support of companies whose mission aligns with our own.
ARC Marine, the UK company behind eco-friendly Reef Cubes, pledges to work tirelessly to provide non-toxic plastic free products that all marine projects globally can use to deliver sustainable marine habitat to accelerate reef creation. Everyone we employ is a certified diver and all commit to eliminate single use plastic.
We are committed to eliminating all single-use plastics in our dive operation. We are eliminating these on our boats, and continue to work with retailers to eliminate the single-use plastic packaging they send. We will lead Dive Against Debris surveys to remove marine debris. We are committed to ocean conservation.
We pledge to continue to contribute to our local environment and educating new ocean advocates. We reuse all packaging, reuse shoppingbags in the store and give full focus to our co2 footprint. We will continue our work and push forward to help the ocean that connects us all.
Shearwater pledges to reduce or eliminate our use of shock absorbing plastic packing materials. We will continue our social media efforts aimed at creating awareness about plastic pollution. We are committed to do at least one company-wide beach cleanup per year.
The Paralenz pledge to the ocean, is to keep all Paralenz packaging as produced today with cardboard and sealed with paper tape only. Aside from this, we pledge to continue our affiliation program to encourage collaboration between dive centers and NGOs as well as channeling funds towards ocean conservation.
We pledge to steer travellers and divers towards businesses committed to sustainable practices. Since 2017, our office has been carbon neutral and our staff pledge to avoid using single-use-plastic From 2019 all of our guests flights will also be climate-compensated, funded by Scuba Travel Scandinavia.
We, SCUBA CULTURE pledge to maintain our focus on remaining industry leaders with green initiatives such as our investment in renewable energy to power our dive shop, a focus on recycling packaging and on selecting suppliers who have strong green ethics and focus themselves on reducing the use of plastics.
Joining Mission 2020, DiveStock commits to carry out an environmentally more conscious workflow. We will continue to carry out yearly beach cleanups and we will start off reducing single-use plastic both from our packaging and office daily usage. We believe in collective power and consistency.
We pledge to reduce our use of single-use plastics. By 2020 we'll have eliminated plastic bags from our store and stopped using plastic utensils at our events. We love our lakes and pledge to do more to keep them clean. Aquatic Adventures, Inc. supports Mission 2020.
CCRExplorers.com, an on-line resource and forum for the closed circuit rebreather community, commits to use its influence and reach to positively influence the wider diving community about sustainable lifestyle habits which affect the world's oceans in a positive manner.
No plastic uses. A Project to clean the ocean. We adopt a dive site. We introduce new product sustainables. Carry a bag with us during the dives to collect waste from the ocean. We try to transmit our philosophy to our costumers.
Tektite was founded on "green/sustainable" principles, before they became trendy We are concerned about the environment and we are committed to improving the Earth's environmental condition Outdoor sports are an environmentally oriented activity The beauty of the ocean and great outdoors requires our attention and care.
Transformation Scuba pledges to make ocean conservation the highest priority by transforming divers into caring stewards of the aquatic realm. As a 100% AWARE partner we will lower our carbon footprint, reduce waste, remove marine debris on every dive, use reef friendly sunscreens, and live by the motto #TransformYourOcean !