Calling all Divers and Water Enthusiasts!! Celebrate Earth Day’s 40th Anniversary Join Project AWARE Foundation’s Dive for Earth Day. Human activity is costing the Earth. And despite the oceans’ vast expanse it is taking its toll on aquatic eco systems. You can choose to make a world of difference by joining DJL DIVING Dive for Earth Day event during the week of 22 April. “Underwater volunteers are on the front lines, taking action and collecting data for conservation. This year is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and we urge everyone to commit to improving the health of our ocean. Protecting the ocean preserves the planet – including us,” said Project AWARE Foundation Asia Pacific Director, Henrik Nimb. Underwater environments are under numerous threats including pollution, climate change, overfishing, and coral bleaching. Dive for Earth Day is an extraordinary opportunity to take action and help address the underwater issues that concern you most. DJL DIVING, in partnership with Project AWARE is organizing a Beach and Underwater Cleanup everyone can help make a difference for local dive sites by calling in at the shop and voluntering for a fun day of conservation, with a project aware pool party in the bar after to raise money for project aware, were u can wins prises and have a well earned drink, take a dip in the pool and enjoy our free bbq. Earth Day has raised environmental awareness on a global scale for 40 years. For ten years divers have put the ocean on the Earth Day Map. Globally the oceans cover 70 per cent of the planet’s surface and contain 90 per cent of the mass of life on Earth. Thousands of diver volunteers in more than 115 countries have helped protect underwater environments and educate local communities for Project AWARE’s Dive for Earth Day.