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Ken Nedimyer Receives Disney Conservation Hero Award

Kayla Ripple. Ken Nedimyer dives with Minnie and student volunteers with staghorn coral. Key Largo FL Coral Restoration Foundation  (CRF) is thrilled to announce that Ken Nedimyer, CRF’s Founder and President has been honored with a Disney Conservation Hero Award

By |November 6th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Ken Nedimyer Receives Disney Conservation Hero Award

[VIDEO] Releasing Rehabilitated Sea Turtles Back Into The Ocean

We love ocean conservation projects here at The Scuba News. We especially like projects that help preserve the amazing marine life that we love to see as divers, which is why we are proud to sponsor the Friends for Sharks

By |October 27th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] Releasing Rehabilitated Sea Turtles Back Into The Ocean

[VIDEO] What You Need To Know About The Friends for Sharks Campaign

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); As you probably know, The Scuba News and DiveMedia recently became an official sponsor of the Friends for Sharks Campaign which aims to raise funds and awareness for ocean conservation issues worldwide and the plight

By |September 20th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] What You Need To Know About The Friends for Sharks Campaign

Fantastic New Project For Shark Conservation

We are delighted to introduce you to the Friends for Sharks project and announce their website is now live. The Scuba News is a proud sponsor of this cause and we hope you will join us and Friends for Sharks

By |September 9th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Fantastic New Project For Shark Conservation

“Reefbud” Technology Downsized to Broaden Appeal

Left to right: Richard Ewen, president, Biri Initiative; Benjhie Tayag, Jr., Yes2Life Foundation; Simon Ward, communications director, Biri Initiative An innovative technology for coral reef regeneration, the Reefbud, has already been embraced by tourist resorts in the Philippines, the land

By |August 6th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on “Reefbud” Technology Downsized to Broaden Appeal

Great News from Leonardo DiCaprio

I have to be honest, I was never really a fan of Leonardo DiCaprio. I didn’t get swepped up in the whole Titanic crazyness. That all changed however with movies like “Body of Lies”, “Blood Diamond”, “Shutter Island”, “The Departed”

By |June 19th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Great News from Leonardo DiCaprio

Scuba Advertising Gone Wrong!

I wrote an article earlier this week about how wrong I consider the practice of touching, holding or grabbing the marine wildlife.  I put this practice down to a small number of uneducated divers but this photo shows that even

By |June 15th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Scuba Advertising Gone Wrong!

[VIDEO] Divers Save 2 Rare Devil Rays Caught In Fishing Net

  Our Scuba Junkie team in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah rescued 2 very rare Devil Rays at Police Bay off Kota Kinabalu. The Devil Rays had been tangled up in a fishing net that had been discarded in the area. After

By |May 29th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] Divers Save 2 Rare Devil Rays Caught In Fishing Net

Petition To Help Protect Cabo Pulmo National Park

Photo by Dr. Octavio Aburto Cabo Pulmo National Park, one of the most recognized protected areas in the world, and a declared World Heritage by UNESCO along with its surrounding coastal boarders in Punta Arena are being threatened by a

By |May 28th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Petition To Help Protect Cabo Pulmo National Park

[VIDEO] Largest School of Rays Ever Caught On Film

This is quite an old video really but I recently stumbled across it on YouTube and had to share it. If, like me you have not seen this before, I will guarantee that it will leave you speachless.   Source:

By |May 26th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] Largest School of Rays Ever Caught On Film