This month I went to London to give a talk about responsible diving and the dive hub to a group of alumni and current students from the ICRT (International Centre for Responsible Tourism). I talked about how applying responsible tourism principles to scuba diving is a brilliant opportunity to do more to conserve the ocean . . . → Read More: Responsible Tourism Evening With…. The Dive Hub!
Tomorrow, Saturday 26th March at 8.30pm GMT is WWF Earth Hour. This is a campaign where WWF asks everyone to switch off their lights for an hour. It’s about raising awareness of climate change and last year saw hundreds of millions of people across many countries turning their lights off.
You might have . . . → Read More: An Hour for the Earth – don’t forget to switch off!
By Sam Tyers
The protection of the exquisite manta ray is a very hot topic in the diving world with more and more being killed every year for Chinese Medicine. In an effort to try and help the conservation of these magnificent creatures Andrea Marshall and her team at ‘The Foundation for the Protection of . . . → Read More: Manta research and an unexpected encounter
Today the 8th March is International Women’s Day, it was launched in 1911, and now it’s an annual celebration dedicated to inspiring women worldwide and celebrating our achievements. A while back I wrote a guest post for the wise living blog which brought together great stories from women all over the world to promote a fantastic campaign . . . → Read More: International Women’s Day: Diving & The Girl Effect