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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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

Diveworld Logo

Diveworld

We pledge to remove the use of plastic carriers and packaging in our centre. Encouraging our divers to become more AWARE of plastic impact. Reusable water bottles are available in centre. Our long-standing support of Dive Against Debris will be ramped up with a Dive-Against-Debris dive included in trips.

Email: info@learn2dive.co.uk
Website: www.learn2dive.co.uk

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

Tauchsport Käser Logo

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

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

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

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

Plongée TEC Suisse Logo

Plongée TEC Suisse

We pledge to remove any polluting and useless material during our training courses to encourage the use of digital offline materials. We will continue to teach our students good diving practices for the respect of the environment whether underwater and out of the water by cleaning dive sites.

Email: nico@plongeetecsuisse.ch
Website: plongeetecsuisse.ch

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

Dive Friends Bonaire Logo

Dive Friends Bonaire

Dive Friends Bonaire encourages local residents and visitors to our Caribbean island to take action, volunteering a small amount of their time to collect plastic and marine debris from Bonaire's Marine Park and coastlines We organise collective clean up events, facilitate individual clean up initiatives, and create awareness about marine

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

ST DIVING EUROPE Logo

ST DIVING EUROPE

At ST Diving, we pledge to encourage all our students and divers to use single use plastic free packaging when transporting equipment to expeditions and actively participate in removing garbage from our oceans and shore lines on every dive they partake in and to promote Ocean Conservation.

Email: training@stdiving.com
Website: www.stdiving.com

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

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

Eaglehawk Dive Centre Logo

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

Ocean Adventures Dykkercenter & Butik Logo

Ocean Adventures Dykkercenter & Butik

We pledge to continue to contribute to our local environment and educating new ocean advocates. We reuse all packaging, reuse shoppingbags in the store and give full focus to our co2 footprint. We will continue our work and push forward to help the ocean that connects us all.

Email: martin@oceanadventures.dk
Website: www.oceanadventures.dk

Marine Conservation Philippines Logo

Marine Conservation Philippines

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.

Email: info@marineconservationphilippines.org
Website: www.marineconservationphilippines.org

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

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

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

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

Aqua Tci Logo

Aqua Tci

Aqua Tci will continue to encourage our divers to stand up and protect our most valuable resource - the world's oceans, through education and a sense of stewardship. We already have reusable cups, ice blocks and environmentally safe sunscreen on our boat and are aiming to be paper-free by 2020.

Email: aquatci@live.com
Website: www.aquatci.com

TEKDiveUSA Logo

TEKDiveUSA

TEKDiveUSA, a biennial technical diving educational event, is committed to spread awareness of ocean sustaining practices through it's seminars, social media and PR related events. In addition, TEKDiveUSA will promote the reduction of all waste associated with our conference, exhibit and associated events.

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

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

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

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

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