Who’s In

The organisations in our dive community supporting this project with their Mission 2020 pledge are putting the future of the oceans ahead of simply making a profit – they are making significant changes to their business and their impacts on the environment. Read some of their pledges below and submit your own here.

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Rich Coast Diving Logo

Rich Coast Diving

We have our 2 hour power cleanups where we organize a major beach cleanup with the local community. We also sell caps made out of recycled plastic, ocean safe sunscreen, shampoo bars, metal drinking flasks & straws. We serve drinks in recycled cups on our boats since 2006.

Email: dive@richcoastdiving.com
Website: www.richcoastdiving.com

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ProDiveUK

We train the future generation of PADI Instructors to care about our planet and educate their students on how we can all make positive change for good by promoting the work of ProjectAWARE and organisations who are committed to making a real difference.

Email: info@prodiveuk.com
Website: www.prodiveuk.com

Aruba Watersports Center Logo

Aruba Watersports Center

We think green

Email: awckantoor@gmail.com
Website: www.arubawatersportscenter.com

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Dive Rite

We pledge to reduce our single use plastic packaging by 50% by World Oceans Day 2020. We will transition our packaging towards multiuse sustainable options as well as utilize recycled packaging. We are excited about making changes that will have a positive impact on the future of our oceans.

Email: info@diverite.com
Website: www.diverite.com

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Extended Range Diving Services

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.

Email: info@extendedrangedivingservices.com
Website: www.extendedrangedivingservices.com

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The Dive Shack

We choose to have a positive impact on the Ocean through inspiring our customers to care about our oceans. We pledge to choose ethical, environmentally responsible suppliers and to lobby them and others until they reduce plastic waste to zero. We aim to spread environmental awareness to 500 new divers by 2020.

Email: rosie@thediveshack.com.au
Website: www.thediveshack.com.au

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Northdiving Lanzarote

We are committed to demonstrating with the example that everybody can reduce the number of plastics and wastes by promoting the ecotourism and the consumption of local products. We understand that by this way we protect that which matters most: the natural, historical and cultural heritage of the island.

Email: info@northdivinglanzarote.com
Website: www.northdivinglanzarote.com

Global Dive Logo

Global Dive

Continue to reuse, reduce and recycle, encourage all our customers to do the same and promote positive examples of this on our social media. Encourage all divers to have their own drinking bottle as part of their standard dive kit. By 2020 training manuals will be online versions where available.

Email: info@globaldive.net
Website: www.globaldive.net

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Divemed

We pledge alliance to the sea, and all creatures within. We're ambassadors of the sea, committed to its protection. We instill love and respect to the EARTH in the hearts of those who come our way. We pledge to be responsible for every piece of plastic that crosses our path

Email: mikela@divemed.com
Website: divemed.com

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COJO Diving

By 2020 we pledge to have minimized single-use plastic usage at our facility and at dive events. We will offer preference to suppliers who offer alternatives to single-use packaging materials, seek community partners to promote conservation and ocean debris awareness, and offer customers more opportunities to participate in cleanup events.

Email: cojodiving@gmail.com
Website: www.cojodiving.com

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Tobago dive experience

eradicate lionfish from Trinidad & Tobago

Email: tri1007@hotmail.com

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Dive Friends Bonaire

Dive Friends Bonaire encourages local residents and visitors to our Caribbean island to take action, volunteering a small amount of their time to collect plastic and marine debris from Bonaire's Marine Park and coastlines We organise collective clean up events, facilitate individual clean up initiatives, and create awareness about marine

Email: info@divefriendsbonaire.com
Website: www.divefriendsbonaire.com

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Rainforest Scuba

Rainforest Scuba pledge not to use plastic bags for any sales in our business. We encourage the use of refillable bottles and are happy to refill these for you. We do not encourage plastic packaging and will endeavour to avoid them at all cost. We are part of Tetracycle recycling.

Email: luanaroyle@y7mail.com
Website: rainforestscuba.com

Just One Ocean Logo

Just One Ocean

We have been involved in the fight against plastic pollution for more than ten years. At that time very few people were listening; now everyone is listening... We pledge to work with every organisation in the diving industry that wants our help in this mission.

Email: david@justoneocean.org
Website: justoneocean.org

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Motor City Scuba

We pledge to continue to reuse packaging & packing materials. We have eliminated plastic shopping bags, and recycle as many items as possible instead of throwing them away We will continue our local cleanup dives of the Great Lakes and the rivers that connect them to the ocean.

Email: dive@motorcityscuba.com
Website: www.motorcityscuba.com

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ST DIVING EUROPE

At ST Diving, we pledge to encourage all our students and divers to use single use plastic free packaging when transporting equipment to expeditions and actively participate in removing garbage from our oceans and shore lines on every dive they partake in and to promote Ocean Conservation.

Email: training@stdiving.com
Website: www.stdiving.com

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CCRExplorers.com

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.

Email: info@ccrexplorers.com
Website: www.ccrexplorers.com

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Plongée TEC Suisse

We pledge to remove any polluting and useless material during our training courses to encourage the use of digital offline materials. We will continue to teach our students good diving practices for the respect of the environment whether underwater and out of the water by cleaning dive sites.

Email: nico@plongeetecsuisse.ch
Website: plongeetecsuisse.ch

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Innovative Scuba

At Innovative Scuba, we pledge to continue to offer many of our items in bulk-without packaging, In addition, we are working on a more sustainable re-usable/biodegradable packaging for future use! We commit to continue our donation efforts around the world to those helping to protect our Oceans and its inhabitants

Email: sales@innovativescuba.com
Website: innovativescuba.com

Goby Divers and Watersports Logo

Goby Divers and Watersports

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.

Email: bernardo@goby-divers.com
Website: www.goby-divers.com

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Girls that Scuba

We only started selling products in 2018 so we were able to pledge from the get-go not to use ANY plastic in our packaging Our mission 2020 pledge will be to continue our commitment to plastic-free packaging as well as created products that will help others live a plastic-free lifestyle.

Email: sarah@girlsthatscuba.com
Website: www.girlsthatscuba.com

Sunken Treasure Scuba Center Logo

Sunken Treasure Scuba Center

Thirty five years and hundreds of miles from the ocean Sunken Treasure Scuba Center will continue cleanup efforts in local streams before debris can get to the ocean. This year Adopting a Local Site and we'll provide the vigilance to keep debris from making it to the ocean.

Email: stsc@divestsc.com
Website: divestsc.com

Cabo Trek Logo

Cabo Trek

We work to further the understanding and appreciation of the world by re-establishing our connection with mother nature We promote responsible wildlife tours in Los Cabos, research and environmental education programs We stopped to use plastic bags and until 2020 our proposal is stopped with the plastic bottles on tours.

Email: info@cabotrekc.om
Website: cabotrek.com

Utila Dive Centre Logo

Utila Dive Centre

Utila Dive Center pledges to advocate environmental best practices through our professional training and dedicated conservation programs including using Reef Safe Products through our partnership with Stream2Sea, Solar Powered Facilities, 100% Project Aware partners, No Plastic and the development of our own Coral Nursery.

Email: manny@utiladivecenter.com
Website: www.utiladivecenter.comen

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Duck Diver Marketing

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.

Email: megan@duckdiverllc.com
Website: www.duckdiverllc.com

T101 - Technical & Diving Ops® Logo

T101 - Technical & Diving Ops®

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).

Email: info@t101.ro
Website: www.t101.ro

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Scuba Evolution

We take the pledge and choose to "reduce, reuse and recycle" and refuse disposable plastic whenever and wherever possible. Thus ensuring that the Earth’s oceans and natural resources are not irreparably harmed.

Email: scuba@scubaevolution.co.za
Website: www.scubaevolution.co.za

Coral Bay Divers Logo

Coral Bay Divers

Coral Bay Divers is not using any plastic water bottles or cups for any of its customers, during any diving operation Using no single use plastics, and only environmental sustainable detergents for diving equipment care Coral Bay Divers is recycling any other materials. We actively protect the underwater environment!

Email: info@coralbaydivers.com
Website: www.coralbaydivers.com

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Aquarius dive center Tenerife

Aquarius dive center aims to significantly reduce the consumption of single use plastic products. With organised beach clearances and cleanup dives on our house reef, we will remove plastic and other waste that has no place in our beautiful ocean. Whilst diving we always enforce environmental awareness and conservation practices.

Email: aquarius.diving@gmail.com
Website: www.aquarius-divingtenerife.com