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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Divewise Malta Logo

Divewise Malta

Our dive centre is committed to raising awareness about ocean conservation and pledge to do our utmost with regards to reducing single use plastic, protecting our local waters by adopting a dive site, organising Dive Against Debris clean-ups and selling plastic free merchandise We are slowly integrating Padi E-Learning also.

Email: divewise.marketing@gmail.com
Website: www.divewise.com.mt

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

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

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

Dive o'clock Logo

Dive o'clock

We pledge to reduce our carbon footprint as much as possible and encourage others to do the same. From eliminating single-use plastic and offering alternatives to reducing flights and product shipping. By promoting and working together with partners that focus on marine conservation we join hands for our oceans.

Email: marlies@diveoclock.com
Website: www.diveoclock.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

Sydney Dive Safari Logo

Sydney Dive Safari

Sydney Dive Safari pledge to source all our products from suppliers with an environmentally conscious intention by 2020. We are committed to work with brands that are adopting sustainable alternatives to preserve and protect our ocean environment.

Email: info@sydneydivesafari.com.au
Website: www.sydneydivesafari.com.au

MORE AQUA SHOW ( MAS ) Logo

MORE AQUA SHOW ( MAS )

The MORE AQUA SHOW underwater activities fair (March 2019 SPAIN) will disseminate the pollution problems of the oceans and what the plastic implies in the marine environment through conferences to raise awareness of the importance of oceans on our planet and the importance of the human being on its conservation.

Email: gestion@feriamas.com

Oasis Explorers Logo

Oasis Explorers

Oasis Explorers doesn't offer single-use plastic bottles or straws to our guests. We pledge to export and recycle our used batteries, and choose suppliers that reduce their single-use plastic packaging. We will also hold a Mission 2020 event to clean up our dive sites and raise awareness for the cause.

Email: tech@oasisexplorers.com
Website: www.oasisexplorers.com

Dive Division Logo

Dive Division

Dive Division has a truly sustainable mindset and pledges to advocate environmental safe practices. All dive shops involved adopted a dive site and do a monthly Dive Against Debris cleanup. Also, we only sell and promote reef-friendly sunscreen and avoid single-use plastic. We pledge to continue with these good habits.

Email: info@divedivision.com
Website: divedivision.com

Extended Range Diving Services Logo

Extended Range Diving Services

ExRDS pledges to go completely digital with our training by 2020, and each course taught will illuminate the dangers of single use plastics. Our excursions will have a conservation focused citizen science activity and the 3D printed diver accessories we sell will continue to be made from a biodegradable material.

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

ARIMAIR plongée Logo

ARIMAIR plongée

At Arimair Diving, we commit ourselves to: - install ecological anchorages - cleaning the seabed from rubbish during our dives, as well as the embarking places such as beaches and ports - rinsed the dive material in a collective bin - avoid much as possible the waste like plastic

Email: plongee@arimair.fr
Website: www.arimair.frcontact.php

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

The Dirty Dozen Logo

The Dirty Dozen

By the end of 2019, The Dirty Dozen will be completely free of single-use plastic in all its operations. As part of our ever-expanding environmental policy we're working in a global alliance with Siren Fleet, blue o two, and Master Liveaboards. We're on-board in the fight against plastic pollution.

Email: arngrimssonaron@gmail.com
Website: www.thedirtydozen.org

Buddy Dive Bonaire Logo

Buddy Dive Bonaire

At Buddy Dive we pledge to reduce our plastic & carbon footprint. We're committed to decrease the amount of single-use-plastic items (straws, cups, to-go-boxes) and if used, use biodegradable materials. We promote the usage of & sell mineral based sunscreen. We will also continue our support to the Reef Renewal Foundation.

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

Hugyfot Logo

Hugyfot

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.

Email: jutha@hugyfot.com
Website: www.hugyfot.com

Scuba Junkie Komodo Logo

Scuba Junkie Komodo

We pledge to continue our work to remove single use plastic at our resort and reinforce our training of staff to reduce single use plastic in their own lives. We will continue to train members of the local community to be ocean ambassadors, dive guides, captains, and resort crew!

Email: scubajunkiekomodo@gmail.com

Scuba West Logo

Scuba West

We love to recycle. So, we are increasing our efforts to recycle plastic, aluminum, paper, batteries, and neoprene. We offer our recycling program to our local divers to get them involved with helping the environment.

Email: jefftobey@scubawest.net
Website: www.scubawest.net

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

Southseas Beach Resort and Dive Center Logo

Southseas Beach Resort and Dive Center

At South Seas Beach Resort & Dive Center, we pledge to reduce single use plastics, promote e-learning for diving courses, pro-active in clean-up drives in our reefs and community mostly be ambassadors of ocean love by disseminating information campaigns such as Mission 2020.

Email: southseasbrdc@gmail.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

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 Marine Dive Trawangan Logo

Blue Marine Dive Trawangan

We are committed to training environmentally-considerate divers and encouraging responsible diving practices through conservation-based educational events. We pledge to protect our local artificial reef structures and reduce marine pollution in our adopted dive site. We will strive to reduce and responsibly manage our waste, focusing on reducing single-use plastics.

Email: trawangan@bluemarinedive.com

Divebase Logo

Divebase

As a digital company, we pledge to reduce our carbon footprint by 2020. All our servers will be powered by renewable energy and our office will eliminate single-use plastic. Furthermore, we will spread the word and educate as much as possible.

Email: support@diveba.se
Website: www.diveba.se

T101 - Technical & Diving Ops® Logo

T101 - Technical & Diving Ops®

T101® Dive Training Center is dedicated to excellence in diving training. We are committed in protecting our Seas and support Project AWARE and other eco-green organisations. We lead by example, educating people to recycle & re-use plastic, respectfully explore wrecks and do regular clean-up dives (plastics & ghost fishing nets).

Email: info@t101.ro
Website: www.t101.ro

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

Dive & Travel Logo

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

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

Technical Diving Malta Ltd Logo

Technical Diving Malta Ltd

We pledge to re-use or recycle packaging, replace single-use plastic cups, offer customers alternatives to single-use plastic bottles and find an alternative to plastic tape on stage cylinders. We conduct frequent clean-up dives with our customers and water used for equipment rinsing purposes will be reused for cleaning the dive-center.

Email: audrey@gozotechnicaldiving.com
Website: www.gozodiving.com