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Our Blue World - June 2008
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Dear Project AWARE Supporter,

Welcome to the June edition of Our Blue World – the latest in conservation news, action alerts and environmental activities for Project AWARE Patron and AWARE divers.

Your Support On Screen During Summer
Olympics and Year of the Reef
Project AWARE teamed up with world renowned artist Wyland and Olympic Gold Medalist, Heather Pease Olson to shoot a new high-impact public service announcement on coral protection.
View the new PSA
shown during the green Summer
Olympics, International Year of the Reef events and beyond.

Your Photos Could Win Grand Prize
Calling all photographers! Project AWARE and the Marine Photo Bank challenge you to turn your lens in a different direction this World Ocean Day. Enter your best eco photos and compete for top prizes in two contest categories before 30 September 2008.

Scubacat Diving
Scuba Cat Cleans Up

Record Numbers Act on Dive for Earth Day
Project AWARE saw over 300 Dive for Earth Day Activities take place in April 2008 to help to protect our ocean planet. Volunteers chose from a range of conservation activities that don't cost the earth like coral reef monitoring, underwater cleanups, fish surveys, AWARE Kids and more.

Sign up for Project AWARE’s International Year of the Reef Pledge
Take action for International Year of the Reef by signing your commitment to coral conservation.   Be an AWARE Diver, refuse to purchase coral products, reduce your carbon footprint, tell people about coral reefs and take part in a coral conservation activity.  Make your pledge today.

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Coral Watch Operators

CoralWatch Operators Report Back
There are now 712 global CoralWatch Operators! Results from a recent survey show CoralWatch is meeting the demand for a practical coral reef monitoring program to address coral bleaching. It’s easy to understand, easy to use and easy to report so email your contact details for your free Project AWARE CoralWatch Health Chart.

AWARE Diver Tip of the Month - Share Your Images
Use images for conservation by reporting environmental disturbances or destruction using your photographs as evidence. Assist scientific research and improve resource management by contributing your photos to the Whale Shark Project and other monitoring programs. Your images have the power to change perspectives and influence conservation.


Divers Conserving Underwater Environments

Project AWARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving underwater environments through education, advocacy and action. Project AWARE offices located in the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Japan combine efforts to protect aquatic resources worldwide.


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