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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AdrenaLTika

For us in AdrenaLTika the oceans’ future is very important. We want to limit plastic, yet we are forced in medicine to use disposable items daily. All the more we say 100% NO PLASTIC in our office. No more plastic cups, bags, straws, teaspoons. Baby steps change the world.

Email: biuro@adrenaltika.pl
Website: www.adrenaltika.pl

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Sea Dreams Scuba

We pledge to move towards being a more sustainable operation, and to educate our local dive community on environmental issues and solutions. We also pledge to take more action in our local community by participating in and conducting clean ups!

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

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Dive Butler International - Finolhu

As part of Mission 2020, Dive Butler Finolhu is committed to protecting our oceans. We plan to host monthly Dive Against Debris events in conjunction with beach clean-ups around the local island of Hithaadhoo. We hope this will instill a culture of sustainability for generations to come.

Email: marinebiologist@finolhu.mv
Website: finolhu.divebutlerinternational.com

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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

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Scuba Junkie Komodo

We pledge to continue our work to remove single use plastic at our resort and reinforce our training of staff to reduce single use plastic in their own lives. We will continue to train members of the local community to be ocean ambassadors, dive guides, captains, and resort crew!

Email: scubajunkiekomodo@gmail.com

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Manta Rhei Dive Center

Manta Rhei is committed to helping to lead the way of creating awareness for the future of healthier oceans. Through education and participation in the local community and eco-friendly business practices we pledge to reduce the use of single-use plastics, use sustainable products and reduce our carbon footprint.

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

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JC Scuba Ltd

Our pledge to continue to reuse all packaging. No plastic cups or carrier bags in store. As advocates of the ocean, we encourage our divers to be conscious of the dive environment in and out of the water and all divers joining our dive trips to take their own water bottles.

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

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Aquatic Adventures, Inc.

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.

Email: staff@diveaai.com
Website: diveaai.com

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Diving4all GmbH

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.

Email: info@diving4all.ch
Website: www.diving4all.ch

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Seahorse Divers

We take the pledge and choose to reduce, reuse and recycle disposable plastic whenever and wherever possible We refuse disposable plastic when possible. We use exclusively on-line training materials. We clear waste from dive-sites when visiting. We educate our students to be environmental friendly and show respect for nature.

Email: contact@seahorsedivers.nl
Website: www.seahorsedivers.nl

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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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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

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Wreck and Reef Scuba Adventures

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.

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

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Expat Divers in Korea

Expat Divers in Korea is a dive club of foreigners diving mostly in the East Sea. We are dedicated to protecting the waters of South Korea. As stewards of the ocean we plan monthly beach cleanup events with divers, snorkelers, and a beach crew. Come join us!

Email: timattis@gmail.com
Website: www.expatdiversinkorea.com

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Ocean Spirit Scuba Diving

Mauritius has excellent clean drinkable tap water yet many people are drinking bottled water. Plastic bottles are our biggest polluter.  The Tap Water Revolution installs drinking fountains in Mauritius. With our publicity machine we hope help them install drinking fountains in all the major shopping centres as our 2020 project.

Email: info@oceanspirit.com
Website: www.osdiving.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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Xwander

At Xwander, we pledge to be carbon neutral by World Oceans Day 2020, through the evaluation, reduction and compensation of our carbon footprint. We have replaced single-use plastics on excursions and we educate our customers about plastic pollution and sustainability. We also aim to organise frequent beach and ocean clean-ups.

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

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Weezle Diving Services

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.

Email: sales@weezle.co.uk
Website: www.weezle.co.uk

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Tobago dive experience

eradicate lionfish from Trinidad & Tobago

Email: tri1007@hotmail.com

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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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DIVER Magazine (UK)

Having been involved with many significant marine conservation initiatives over the past 50 years, including co-founding The Marine Conservation Society, DIVER Magazine (UK) is delighted to support Mission 2020 by committing to eliminate all plastic-based wrapping from postal and newsstand copies of the magazine by World Oceans Day 2020.

Email: nigel@divermag.co.uk
Website: www.divernet.com

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Purple Turtle Diving

Reduce single use plastics and encourage the use of eLearning. We will continue to remove plastics from the ocean including, but not limited to, Ghost Fishing gear by supporting Ghost Fishing UK in both training and volunteering.

Email: toni@purpleturtlediving.com
Website: www.purpleturtlediving.com

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Eaglehawk Dive Centre

As a PADI Greenstar Dive Centre we already minimise energy use, and recycle, re-use, and reduce all waste. We have eliminated single-use plastic drink bottles from our boat We will continue to remove rubbish from our dive sites, and continue to educate our customers and the community about ocean sustainability.

Email: info@eaglehawkdive.com.au
Website: www.eaglehawkdive.com.au

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Underwater Connection

Underwater Connection is committed to ending single use plastic by educating divers about the negative impact plastics are having on our oceans and how we can eliminate them from our day to day life. Share it with all your classes and customers. You’d be surprised how many join the cause

Email: underwaterconnection@yahoo.com
Website: www.underwaterconnection.com