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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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

Seahorse Divers Logo

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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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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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

Ocean Turtle Diving Logo

Ocean Turtle Diving

We pledge to - ban all single use plastic from the dive centre (cups, drinks bottles, packaging, bags and bin bags). - recycle every item of plastic, paper, cardboard, glass and metal possible in dedicated recycling containers. - instill these values in every student we teach from DSD to instructor.

Email: enquiries@oceanturtlediving.com
Website: www.oceanturtlediving.com

SCUBA CULTURE Logo

SCUBA CULTURE

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.

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

Divemed Logo

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

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

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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

Deep Blue Divers at Six Senses Laamu Logo

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

LIGHT FOR ME Logo

LIGHT FOR ME

Light For Me, part of Tecdiving group, pledges to continue our policy of recycling and re-using plastic and cardboard packaging when shipping out orders whenever possible. We have already started implementing changes in Tecdiving manufacturing facility to reduce our environmental footprint both in production processes and in everyday activities.

Email: info@tecdiving.pl
Website: light-for-me.com

Transformation Scuba Logo

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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Dive & Travel

At Dive and Travel we will continue to eliminate single-use-plastic wherever possible within our day-today operations while simultaneously encouraging our partners to do the same. We will also ensure our clients are made aware of those vessels, resorts, and dive centers who are committed to being OceanPositive.

Email: mail@diveand.travel
Website: diveand.travel

CCRExplorers.com Logo

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

Nautilus Diving Center Logo

Nautilus Diving Center

We pledge to reduce the single use plastic packaging and reduce plastic waste on board and in our diving facilities, already one, a personalize water bottle is to be handed to guests for use during diving tour so do not need to bring a plastic water bottle.

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

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Aquatic Adventures

Aquatic Adventures pledges to increase our environmental projects. Conservation is a cornerstone of our training & we carry out monthly clean up dives with the help of our club members. By 2020 we commit to strengthen this focus with more conservation projects & by supporting vendors who maintain sustainable practices.

Email: rowville@aquaticadventures.com.au
Website: www.aquaticadventures.com.au

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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

Dive Otago Ltd Logo

Dive Otago Ltd

We pledge to REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE in all aspects of our operation. We are REDUCING waste, actively encouraging students, staff and our community alike to do the same. We will continue to REUSE packaging, RECYCLE un-reusable waste, and REDUCE debris in our environment with coordinated clean-up initiatives.

Email: amelia@diveotago.co.nz
Website: diveotago.co.nz

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Äventyrsgruvan Tuna Hästberg

At Adventure Mine of Tuna Hästberg, we pledge to reduce our usage of plastics and reduce our carbon footprint by 2020 We are actively working towards: reducing of usage of singel-use plastics and exchanging those by reusable • investing in charging station for electric cars by our facilities.

Email: marcin@aventyrgsruvan.se
Website: aventyrsgruvan.seendiving-in-the-mine

DIVER Magazine (UK) Logo

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

Muggi Limited Logo

Muggi Limited

Muggi - Mission Statement 2020 Designed and manufactured in the UK to withstand the harsh environment of the ocean - now manufactured from waste plastic from the ocean. The recycled PP we use comes from the ocean and post-consumer waste, which is regenerated into new material.

Email: david@muggi.co.uk
Website: www.muggi.co.uk

Aquarius dive center Tenerife Logo

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

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

Dive Right in Scuba Logo

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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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

Purple Turtle Diving Logo

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

Aqua Team - Kythnos Island Logo

Aqua Team - Kythnos Island

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.

Email: dive@aquateam.gr
Website: aquakythnos.com

BEST SPOT AZORES DIVE CENTER Logo

BEST SPOT AZORES DIVE CENTER

Our dive center and staff will commit ourselves and to help our divers to reduce to zero the single use plastic, continue our everyday efforts to clean dive spots, reduce and use more fuel efficient engines and to educate and involve our clients and local community.

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

Awei Pila Dive Resort Logo

Awei Pila Dive Resort

We are located in one of the last untouched destinations in Asia and it is our responsibility to keep it that way, we aim to eliminate single-use plastic in our operation by providing refillable bottles to our guests as well bathroom amenities made in wood

Email: marinebiologist@aweipila.com
Website: memoriesgroup.comhotel-myanmarawei-pila-resort-mergui-archipelago