Hawaii Marine Conservation
Just some of the wonderful companies protecting our environment
Hawaii Eco Divers is committed to protecting the environment and honoring our mother Ocean. We make a point to participate in Hawaii marine conservation efforts whenever possible in order to keep the islands beautiful and flourishing. Above all, we practice respect to our friends under the sea and do our best to leave the ocean as pure as we found it. Below are some of our partner companies and favorite organizations that defend our aina every day.
“At Ocean Scuba Dive, our goal is to share the greatest, weirdest, coolest and latest stuff about the ocean. Created with the idea of growing a community for like-minded ocean enthusiasts through its Discover, Dive and Defend
Started by PADI in the 1980’s, Project AWARE is a multi-faceted marine conservation initiative around the world. The organization identifies as a “global movement for ocean protection powered by a community of adventurers.”
You can find Project AWARE initiatives everywhere around the world! Join the movement wherever you are. It’s as easy as picking up litter on a dive and reporting it online. We do our part with Hawaii marine conservation in exactly this way. Every bit helps!
One Ocean Conservation, a child company of One Ocean Diving, is a marine conservation group located in Hawaii. Through hosting pelagic shark dives, conducting global research, producing media and documentaries, and educating children, this company helps #savethesharks and #savetheocean every day!
In Oahu and around the world, One Ocean hosts beach clean-ups and educational campaigns to promote sustainability and marine conservation.
“Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii is a grassroots, local nonprofit organization run by a small team of dedicated staff and supported by passionate volunteers, just like you. We inspire local communities to care for their coastlines through fun, hands-on beach cleanups. We also coordinate educational programs, team building corporate cleanups, waste diversion services, public awareness campaigns and help others run their own beach cleanups.”
What else we do for Hawaii Marine Conservation
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