Dorsal is a new clothing brand created specifically to help efforts being made to research and protect sharks around the world. Dorsal’s distinctive and unique designs not only look great, it gives you the opportunity to help sharks and raise awareness too. The dive hub got in touch with Chris Milnes, the founder & designer of Dorsal . . . → Read More: ‘Fintastic’ fashion! Guest interview with Chris Milnes, founder of Dorsal clothing
Alasdair Coyle-Gilchrist (Al) is a dive instructor who has managed the diving on volunteer conservation projects all over the world. He took the time to talk to the dive hub about his experiences, responsible diving and top tips for choosing volunteer projects.
Al (bottom right) with BV volunteers in Madagascar
How long you have . . . → Read More: The scuba instructor helping to save reefs all over the world
There’s a lot in the media at the moment about the problems besetting our oceans and seas. Here is a quick round up of what’s being going this week and how you can get involved:
Better known for their massive Oxford Street store than environmental campaigning – Selfridges have launched Project Ocean this week. . . . → Read More: Ocean Action!
Recent reports from the Red Sea are making me increasingly jealous; whale sharks spotted near Hurghada, Manta rays and silky sharks at Ras Mohammed, dolphins joining divers underwater. There are even tales of threshers and oceanic whitetips thrilling divers on nearly every trip to the Brothers in recent weeks. Apparently the big stuff has . . . → Read More: Red Sea Rumours?
Have you come across any dive organisations that are standing up and leading the way in making dive tourism more sustainable? Met any dive instructors, dive operators or teams who are really making a difference and impressed you? Then go to the responsible tourism awards website and nominate them for a responsible tourism award. . . . → Read More: Responsible Tourism Awards 2011 – Its time to nominate!