Paros Island, Greece – more than 600kgs (1.300lbs) of trash removed

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Paros Island, Greece – more than 600kgs (1.300lbs) of trash removed

Paros island, Greece – more than 600kgs (1.300lbs) of trash removed all for blue Paros.

300 high school students and more than 20 divers from Parikia and Naoussa, attended the Ocean Conservation & Shark Awareness seminar and participated in the beach & underwater cleanup in Paros.

Keep the Aegean blue.

The whole action took place for the campaign of Keep Aegean Blue, the largest mission for cleanups and educational seminars ever done in Greece, a collaboration of the Region of South Aegean with All For Blue organization.

The participation and enthusiasm of students and volunteers in the underwater and beach cleanup in Paros (Livadia beach) was impressive since in less than 90 ‘we managed to remove from the beach and from the ocean more than 600 kg (1.300lbs) of trash! dive against debris.

This year, in order to avoid plastic bags in our cleanup actions, we have only reusable sacks and the students were enthused with the whole process. All for blue sacks Keep Aegean Blue mission continues with the same passion.

We all together can make the difference and protect the marine ecosystem, our next official actions with #KeepAegeanBlue

By |2019-03-16T15:06:12+00:00March 16th, 2019|Categories: Beach Clean, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

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Jeff was born in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset and during a holiday to Turkey in 2001 he opted to try diving, he became hooked and enrolled into his PADI open water diver course. He soon completed other dive courses, The PADI Advanced Open Water diver course and then PADI Rescue Diver course. In 2005 he became a PADI Divemaster, diving both in the UK and abroad. Working in such countries as Oman & U.A.E Jeff became a PADI Instructor in 2007 teaching in Thailand & Gran Canaria. Jeff is now teaching diving in the UK and wants to teach you “the way the world learns to dive”.