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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Easydivers Portugal Logo

Easydivers Portugal

Our philosophy is to provide high-quality diving services, complying with all ISO standards, safety and comfort requirement We provide special attention to the preservation of the environment and underwater heritage. Our goal is to be an environmentally friendly company. This year we were the recipients of the Green Star Award.

Email: info@easydivers.pt
Website: http:www.easydivers.pt

Diamond Diving Logo

Diamond Diving

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.

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

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

Girls that Scuba Logo

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

BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club) Logo

BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club)

We’ll eliminate single-use plastic from SCUBA magazine and the national & regional training events by end 2018, and from BSAC branded products by World Oceans Day 2020. We’ll continue to promote BSAC’s ‘marine clean’ ethos of making underwater litterpicks, beach cleans and five-a-day litter picking ‘business as usual’ for divers.

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

Shearwater Logo

Shearwater

Shearwater pledges to reduce or eliminate our use of shock absorbing plastic packing materials. We will continue our social media efforts aimed at creating awareness about plastic pollution. We are committed to do at least one company-wide beach cleanup per year.

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

Scuba Travel Scandinavia Logo

Scuba Travel Scandinavia

We pledge to steer travellers and divers towards businesses committed to sustainable practices. Since 2017, our office has been carbon neutral and our staff pledge to avoid using single-use-plastic From 2019 all of our guests flights will also be climate-compensated, funded by Scuba Travel Scandinavia.

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

Stellar Divers Logo

Stellar Divers

Together we are stronger! So for our small part we have gone 100% Project AWARE. Our 2 main aims for this year are: To be 50% digital products on all PADI Courses we offer & to ensure the team do NOT use single use plastics on any dive operation.

Email: simon@stellardivers.co.uk
Website: www.stellardivers.co.uk

Beyond Diving Logo

Beyond Diving

We pledge to significantly reduce our use of single use plastic, and we will continue to train our divers in an environmentally sound manner and continue to clean up our reefs of trash and fishing lines during every dive we conduct.

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

Wreck and Reef Scuba Adventures Logo

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

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

Deptherapy & Deptherapy Education Logo

Deptherapy & Deptherapy Education

Deptherapy & Deptherapy Education is committed to: "PROTECTING OUR OCEANS" our strap line is: "These are our oceans, and as surely as we fought for our country, we must now,as that same band of brothers fight to save our Oceans." Ben Lee, bilateral amputee, Deptherapy Trustee formerly Royal Engineers.

Email: ops@deptherapy.co.uk
Website: www.deptherapy.co.uk

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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

DeeperBlue.com Logo

DeeperBlue.com

As a digital-only business, we already have a reduced plastic footprint. We pledge to be completely plastic free in all our marketing and promotional material by Worlds Ocean Day 2020. In addition, we will continue our mission to educate the world's divers about plastic reduction.

Email: hello@deeperblue.com
Website: www.deeperblue.com

The Dive Shack Logo

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

D°LUXE Dive Gear Logo

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

Blue Safari Diving Logo

Blue Safari Diving

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.

Email: diving@alphonse-island.com
Website: www.bluesafari.com

Xwander Logo

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

Ocean Extreme Dive and Travel Logo

Ocean Extreme Dive and Travel

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.

Email: pmccalpin@gmail.com
Website: www.oceanextreme.com

Motor City Scuba Logo

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

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

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

Diver City SCUBA Inc. Logo

Diver City SCUBA Inc.

We will focus on training divers to a higher level of skill and environmental awareness by providing; opportunities to be involved in beach and dive-site cleanups locally and globally, and access to more sustainable products to our customers through our increased support of companies whose mission aligns with our own.

Email: jacqui@divercityscuba.ca
Website: www.divercityscuba.ca

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

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

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

Damon Bates Photography Logo

Damon Bates Photography

1. Remove any and all visible plastic from every dive site I dive. 2. eliminate my use of single use plastics at straws 3. implore all my students and dive buddies do the same

Email: damonbates1@gmail.com
Website: www.damonbatesphotography.com

Tovatec Logo

Tovatec

At Tovatec we pledge have our lights packaged in re-usable soft case packaging by the end of 2019. We are committed to the protection and reduction of our carbon footprint. We further commit to the continuation of our donation efforts in helping to protect our Oceans and its inhabitants.

Email: missie@innovative.com
Website: tovatec.com

Rainforest Scuba Logo

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