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September 2010 News for AWARE Divers and Water Enthusiasts

 

Volunteer for Cleanup
The most passionate volunteer divers in 100 countries will remove underwater debris by the ton. 25 September is International Cleanup Day, the pinnacle cleanup event of the year. Have you found your spot on the ocean map to help collect data and remove debris? (More)

Gulf Oil Spill Volunteers
What can volunteer divers do to help in the Gulf? View our latest update and calls to action including organizing debris cleanups before oil arrives. (More)

Shark Support Builds
More than 1200 divers from Hong Kong and Malaysia expressed concern about dwindling shark populations at the recent Diving, Resort and Travel Show in Hong Kong and Malaysia International Dive Expo, Kuala Lumpur.  Make sure your voice is heard. Join nearly 40,000 divers worldwide and sign the petition. (More)

Divers Focus on Finning
The recent Give Sharks a Fighting Chance petition campaign continues as we prepare for upcoming European Shark Week 2010, 9 - 17 October. Europe's weak shark finning ban influences the rest of the world. So stay tuned for new calls to action for European Shark Week 2010. (More)

AWARE Kids Art Contest
Ocean Ambassadors around the world, ages 3 to 12, are displaying their art skills and care for our ocean planet in the contest themed "Threatened Underwater Animals: You Can Make a Difference".  (More)

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International Cleanup Day is 25 September. Find your spot on the ocean map and volunteer.

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Shark support builds worldwide as nearly 40,000 divers and advocates sign the petition.

http://projectaware.org/assets/493_winnerage9to12istharhudee.jpgAWARE Kids Art Contest Winner 2009.

 

Project AWARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving underwater environments through education, advocacy and action. Project AWARE Foundation offices in Australia, the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom and Switzerland help protect aquatic environments in 175 countries around the world.

 

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