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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Worldwide Dive and Sail Logo

Worldwide Dive and Sail

Siren Fleet, Master Liveaboards, and The Junk pledge to be completely single-use plastic free by the end of 2019 We will be working with, and learning from; local organisations in destinations, suppliers, NGO's, government organisations, and many others in order to reach our goal across all our vessels and offices.

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

Shark Bay Films Logo

Shark Bay Films

All the obvious. Plus buying milk in glass refundable bottles saving 300+ plastic bottles a year. And negotiating for a long lease of 2 fields in sight of our studio to plant with trees to offset our flights carbon footprints, plus reinstating a natural wildlife corridor severed by agriculture.

Email: john@sharkbayfilms.com
Website: www.sharkbayfilms.co.uk

SI TECH AB Logo

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

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

AdrenaLTika Logo

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

Scubatista Divers Logo

Scubatista Divers

Scubatista Divers are 100% supporting Mission 2020. We are always encouraging our divers to protect oceans by reducing plastic use in daily life. Our little effort now will affect better future environment.

Email: drmuhamadarif@gmail.com

SCUBANANA Logo

SCUBANANA

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.

Email: info@buceoislascanarias.com
Website: www.scubanana.es

Simply Sidemount & Simply Tec Logo

Simply Sidemount & Simply Tec

Simply Sidemount of RAID UK & Malta, pledges to remove single-use-plastic from the work-place, use exclusively on-line training materials and to clear waste from dive-sites when visiting. We will continue enhanced in-water training for students to protect the environment, whilst actively promoting this environmental movement outside the classrom to others globally.

Email: garry@simplysidemount.com
Website: www.simplysidemount.com

Tri-City Scuba Centre Logo

Tri-City Scuba Centre

We are a PADI Green Star and 100% AWARE Dive Centre. We continue to find ways to reduce waste, recycle and educate our divers. We are expanding public education outreach and events to non-diving student and community groups We are even using recycled carpet in our coming renovations.

Email: info@scubacentre.ca
Website: www.scubacentre.ca

SunSet SCUBA Logo

SunSet SCUBA

Sunset SCUBA pledges to continue to use PADI eLearning®, reducing the carbon footprint from printed plastics. As well as stressing environmental awareness and conservation practices on every dive.

Email: sf146781@gmail.com

ARC Marine Limited Logo

ARC Marine Limited

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.

Email: hello@arcmarine.co.uk
Website: arcmarine.co.uk

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

Andark Logo

Andark

We pledge to use only paper carrier bags throughout our company by 2020.

Email: miriam@andark.co.uk
Website: www.andark.co.uk

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

AquaSamoa Watersports Logo

AquaSamoa Watersports

AquaSamoa pledge to continue to adopt sustainable alternatives and minimise waste We have eleminated the use of plastic drinking bottles by replacing with a water cooler with reusable cups on board our boats We encourage the use of PADI E-Learning courses, sell Marine Friendly Sunscreen and bamboo straws.

Email: dive@aquasamoa.com
Website: aquasamoa.com

Amy Slate's Amoray Dive Resort Logo

Amy Slate's Amoray Dive Resort

At Amoray, we pledge our commitment to the betterment of our oceans. We will exemplify this by reducing the use of single use plastics and marine pollutants used throughout the resort. We also vow to have monthly conservation oriented dive programs for our guest to participate in.

Email: amoraydive@amoray.com
Website: www.amoray.com

Just One Ocean Logo

Just One Ocean

We have been involved in the fight against plastic pollution for more than ten years. At that time very few people were listening; now everyone is listening... We pledge to work with every organisation in the diving industry that wants our help in this mission.

Email: david@justoneocean.org
Website: justoneocean.org

Northdiving Lanzarote Logo

Northdiving Lanzarote

We are committed to demonstrating with the example that everybody can reduce the number of plastics and wastes by promoting the ecotourism and the consumption of local products. We understand that by this way we protect that which matters most: the natural, historical and cultural heritage of the island.

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

Mundo Acuático Costa Rica Logo

Mundo Acuático Costa Rica

Clean a spot diving at Costa Rica

Email: luis@mundoacuatico.cr

Severntec Diving Logo

Severntec Diving

As an ocean lover and local, inland dive centre it is important to educate divers and non-divers alike, as to the impact of the use of single use plastics is having on our oceans. We pledge to clean beaches and eliminate our use of single-use plastics in our practice.

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

Kingfish Logo

Kingfish

As Scandinavia’s leading dive shop, we are committed to protect the ocean environment. By 2020 we will reduce single-use plastic in our packaging, expand our cooperation with WWF and Project AWARE, improve our waste management and promote environmentally friendly behaviour to our students, customers and throughout our supply chain.

Email: dyk@kingfish.dk
Website: www.kingfish.dk

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

World Diving Lembongan Logo

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

Aquarius Scuba Diving Centre, Inc. Logo

Aquarius Scuba Diving Centre, Inc.

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.

Email: diving@aquariusscuba.com
Website: www.aquariusscuba.com

Blue Ocean Network Logo

Blue Ocean Network

At Blue Ocean Network, our mission is the word about sustainable business practices to our community in articles, social media, seminars and events. We pledge to steer travelers and recreational divers towards businesses who are committing to sustainable practices. At BON, we have eliminated all single use plastic.

Email: laurie@blueocean.net
Website: www.blueocean.net

SCUBA CULTURE Logo

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

Superdive Foundation Logo

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

Duck Diver Marketing Logo

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

Paralenz Logo

Paralenz

The Paralenz pledge to the ocean, is to keep all Paralenz packaging as produced today with cardboard and sealed with paper tape only. Aside from this, we pledge to continue our affiliation program to encourage collaboration between dive centers and NGOs as well as channeling funds towards ocean conservation.

Email: jds@paralenz.com
Website: www.paralenz.com