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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Dive Addicts

Dive Addicts, a retail dive shop, training and travel center, commits to giving business preference to vendors which put the needs of the world's oceans first by using sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, and we will continue to invest in renewable energy and improvements in our facility's energy efficiency.

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

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World Diving Lembongan

At World Diving Lembongan we pledge to continue our efforts to reduce single-use plastic in all of our operations. We use glassware, banana leaf food wraps, reusable drinks bottles and storage containers. We have banned plastic straws. We support cleanups through action and make monthly donations to local recycling operations.

Email: info@world-diving.com
Website: www.world-diving.com

Coral Isles Sunscreen Logo

Coral Isles Sunscreen

Coral Isles Sunscreen – Reef Friendly & Safe – pledges to continue to improve our sunscreen so that it strikes the best balance between preventing skin cancer, and preventing reef death. We will stay Oxybenzone/ Octinoxate free, and will try to encourage use of refillable bottles to decrease plastic usage.

Email: emily@rmsunscreen.com
Website: www.coralisles.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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atmosphere resorts & spa

At atmosphere resorts & spa we have already made great strides in limiting our environmental impact. By World Oceans Day 2020, we pledge to have eliminated front of house single-use plastics and will continue to expand our sustainability and awareness raising efforts with our guests, suppliers and local community.

Email: kirsty@atmosphereresorts.com
Website: atmosphereresorts.com

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Tauchsport Käser

We will organise and coordinate 500 individual clean-up dives on our local dive sites, removing plastic and other waste, by World Oceans Day 2020. Over 50 divers from the community have already made individual commitments - signing up to carry out 3 or more clean up dives in a season.

Email: info@tauchsport-kaeser.ch
Website: www.tauchsport-kaeser.ch

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Gulen Dive Resort

At Gulen Dive Resort we are taking a large responsibility concerning plastic pollution in our oceans Because of our knowledge to the ocean and the fjord system We will organise more than 60 Plastic cleanup days during 2019 and 2020 to make our oceans a better place to be.

Email: post@gulendiveresort.com
Website: www.gulendiveresort.com

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Superdive Foundation

We will continue running monthly shore and underwater cleanups – offering free dive gear rentals to anyone certified (open water and above) participating in our underwater cleanup. By World Oceans Day 2020 we will have a program in place to recycle the plastic debris we've collected.

Email: nick@superdive.org
Website: www.superdive.org

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Transformation Scuba

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 !

Email: transformationscuba@gmail.com
Website: transformationscuba.com

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Deep Blue Divers at Six Senses Laamu

Deep Blue Divers’ administrative ‘paperwork’ is now done electronically and we pledge to continue reducing paper and eliminating single-use plastics, also by supporting other eco-friendly businesses whenever possible. We will further promote education and awareness of ocean conservation and inspire divers and snorkelers to love and care for the ocean.

Email: mgr-diving@sixsenses.com
Website: www.sixsenses.comresortslaamudestination

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SI TECH AB

SI TECH have set a goal to take a greater responsibility for a more sustainable production and product. The goal is; to work to reduce single use plastics, recycle more fractions, look at more environmental solutions and materials in production and working for recycling of products.

Email: info@sitech.se
Website: www.sitech.se

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Tobago dive experience

eradicate lionfish from Trinidad & Tobago

Email: tri1007@hotmail.com

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Urban Water Odyssey

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.

Email: info@urbanwaterodysssey.com
Website: www.urbanwaterodyssey.com

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Technical Diving Malta Ltd

We pledge to re-use or recycle packaging, replace single-use plastic cups, offer customers alternatives to single-use plastic bottles and find an alternative to plastic tape on stage cylinders. We conduct frequent clean-up dives with our customers and water used for equipment rinsing purposes will be reused for cleaning the dive-center.

Email: audrey@gozotechnicaldiving.com
Website: www.gozodiving.com

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Dykmagasinet/Oceanic Tech – WeDive Karlstad AB

We at Dykmagasinet/Oceanic Tech – WeDive Karlstad AB pledge to keep using recycled shipping material and to make every dive a pick up trash dive. We will cut out single-use plastic to the best of our ability, reduce our carbon footprint and continue to spread awareness about ocean sustainability.

Email: info@dykmagasinet.se
Website: www.dykmagasinet.se

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Cortez Expeditions

Cortez Expeditions strives to ensure that our business practices and services are environmentally sustainable, to safeguard the ocean environment for generations to come.  Well before 2020, all our facilities and boats will be 100% free of disposable plastic bottles and single use plastic.

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

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Aqua Tci

Aqua Tci will continue to encourage our divers to stand up and protect our most valuable resource - the world's oceans, through education and a sense of stewardship. We already have reusable cups, ice blocks and environmentally safe sunscreen on our boat and are aiming to be paper-free by 2020.

Email: aquatci@live.com
Website: www.aquatci.com

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Jeffsdivingworld

I pledge to continue buying products that are plastic free & continuing to do my weekly beach cleans. Address to my students about this critical issue and help them do the same as me.

Email: jeff@jeffsdivingworld.co.uk
Website: http:www.jeffsdivingworld.co.uk

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Nova Southeastern University Academic Diving Program

The Nova Southeastern University Academic Diving Program pledges the following towards saving our oceans: Encourage all divers to have their own drinking bottle as part of their standard dive kit, to use coral safe sunscreens, and to leave all dive sites cleaner than they were when they arrived.

Email: tclark@nova.edu
Website: www.nova.edunsuaquaticsscuba-diving.html

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D°LUXE Dive Gear

We, D°LUXE Dive Gear, have changed our shipping packaging and are now shipping all our products to the customer without unnecessary single plastic packing. Our products are supplied CO2-neutral in recycled carton. Plastic tape is omitted. Whenever and wherever possible, we try to find sustainable alternatives.

Email: info@dluxedivegear.de
Website: dluxedivegear.de

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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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VIP Diving Bonaire

VIP Diving Bonaire will provide all our students and guided dive guests with a reusable water bottle free of charge, so that they will not have to buy disposable bottles during their stay. We will provide filling points for ice water at the dive shop and dive sites.

Email: bas@vipdiving.com
Website: vipdiving.com

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Dive Division

Dive Division has a truly sustainable mindset and pledges to advocate environmental safe practices. All dive shops involved adopted a dive site and do a monthly Dive Against Debris cleanup. Also, we only sell and promote reef-friendly sunscreen and avoid single-use plastic. We pledge to continue with these good habits.

Email: info@divedivision.com
Website: divedivision.com

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Dive Right in Scuba

Dive Right in Scuba makes the pledge to only use environmentally friendly packing materials with the aim of eliminating single use plastics from our shipping department completely. What’s more, DRIS will push to reuse packing materials such as boxes and packing media whenever possible.

Email: mike@diverightinscuba.com
Website: www.diverightinscuba.com

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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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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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Ratio Computers LLC

Here at Ratio Computers we have been and still are reducing the use of bubble wrap. Besides, the new computer boxes will no longer be painted and will be made of 100% recycled and recyclable cardboard. The health of our oceans is and will always be one of our priorities.

Email: export@ratio-computers.com
Website: www.ratio-computers.com

Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet Logo

Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet

At Explorer Ventures, we continue our commitment to (1) increasing our environmental projects worldwide, (2) working towards the elimination of single-use plastics, and (3) wherever possible finding sustainable alternatives for our supply needs. We pledge to continue our Dive Green environmental management and guest education efforts in our fleet worldwide.

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

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SCUBA CULTURE

We pledge to continue our dedicated focus on reducing the use of all plastics in favour for environmentally sound alternatives, we undertake to continue to reduce our impact on our planet and encourage others to do the same by installing such things as solar power systems.

Email: xavier@scubaculture.com.au
Website: www.scubaculture.com.au