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Will The Sport Of Scuba Diving End By 2050?

Source: by Lauren Mowwery

Yesterday, Donald Trump withdrew from the Paris climate agreement. Donald Trump — not all Americans. In fact, the majority of the U.S. wanted to remain in the accord. Politics aside, while nobody yet knows the true impact of this potentially fateful decision, scientists have already modeled a variety of detrimental repercussions from preventing a global temperature increase of 2 degrees. In some areas of the world, the effects of climate change are real and evident. Consider our ocean reef systems. Read more

July 31, 2017 |

U.S. Postal Service to Issue Sharks Forever Stamps


WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service will celebrate the wonder of sharks by issuing the Sharks Forever stamps featuring five species that inhabit American waters — the mako, thresher, great white, hammerhead and whale sharks. Please share the news on social media using the hashtag #SharksStamps. Read more

July 17, 2017 |

‘Green’ wetsuits: surf brands looking to renewable materials over neoprene


‘Natural’ rubber, limestone and corn are some of the sources for more sustainable surfing wetsuits – but are brands missing a fundamental flaw?

For two decades, Byron Bay-based surfer Dave “Rasta” Rastovich has been living the dream. A little house near the beach, growing his own fruit and veg, and – of course – out riding the waves whenever the fancy takes him. Read more

June 28, 2017 |

Manta Sandy Ranger Station




Manta Sandy is a well-known cleaning station in the Dampier Strait region. Known for its regular sightings of mantas during the season, it has become a ‘must see’ dive site for all operators, and a location suitable for scientists and film-makers to observe these stunning creatures. Read more

June 5, 2017 |
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