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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
I will carry a goodie bag for the purpose of collecting trash with me anytime I go to any water for the purpose of diving no matter if I'm teaching or just for pleasure, plastic bags are the worst items that has ever been marketed in all countries.
When you train a diver to dive safely, they tend to care about the ocean, about its conservation and ecology, and about its preservation. The more people that we can bring in as certified divers and teach them these things, the better off that stewardship will be for the oceans.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Become 100% Project AWARE, with a Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ethos in all areas of our operations. We will eliminate consumer single use plastics and favour suppliers with a Green Mission to remove plastic from their manufacturing and supply chain and particularly those who manufacture using Bluesign® standards
Train two hundred volunteers in scientific diving, to help document and augment efficiency of more than a two dozen marine protected areas in the Philippines.
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.
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.
We pledge to continue our bi-annual Dives Against Debris. Every dive will be an "unofficial" Dive Against Debris. We will recycle all plastics and packaging used in the dive centre. We will use digital products wherever possible. We will consume less plastic packaging.
At Blue Safari, we pledge to remove all single-use plastic by 2020. We are committed to public outreach and will organise weekly beach cleans and ghost net/ FAD removal for guests and staff. We will power Alphonse Island largely with renewable energy and promote coral safe sunscreen.
At AB-Dive Bonaire we run our business for 100% powered by the sun! Since 2018 we banned all single use plastics from our business and we pledge to reduce plastic waste even more by 2020. AB-Dive is powered by the sun, twice the fun!
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.
No more single use packaging. Our housings are made primarily from aluminium, the parts currently made from plastic will be replaced by 3D printed parts by 2020. The 3D printing material is made from formic acid, which is entirely biologically degradable.
We pledge to continue to only use recycled paper products for stationary and in-store promotions. Dolphin Scuba proactively encourages our customers to reduce their plastic use by offering re-useable, ocean-friendly alternatives.
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
At Dive Rarotonga Ltd we pledge to reduce single use plastic, ban plastic straws at work and our personal lives and use things for continuous and multiple use We also pledge to increase environmental awareness in our customers and suggest alternatives to what is already in use.
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.
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.
OZTek Advanced Diving Conference & Exhibition, an Australian bi-annual event, is committed to spreading awareness of ocean sustainable practices and reducing single use plastic waste. We will continue to encourage our suppliers and exhibitors to do the same, and actively work towards making OZTek a plastic-free event.
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.
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.