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Blog

October 2019

Survey Diving and TRF’s Artificial Reefs?

Data forms the base for research and is the foundation of conservation. Which means research, surveys and doing cool scientific stuff in labs are as crucial to the well-being of the environment as are capacity building, spreading awareness, outreach, active

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September 2019
Dive into Eco-Conscious Tourism

Dive into Eco-Conscious Tourism

Being a tourist is always fun! You get to experience the best of what a place has to offer and then there is the additional joy of picking up some cool souvenirs as well! And every experience is only more

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Your search for the best internship ends here!

Your search for the best internship ends here!

Do your summer internships mainly comprise of doing coffee runs, a hectic working schedule, an office space with no dogs and no time to nap? Does the ocean fascinate you but you never had the opportunity to learn enough about

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Unlearning to learn

Unlearning to learn

  When it comes to oceans and the marine environment, I think it is safe to say there is just not enough known about what really goes down there! There are a few misconceptions that need to be unlearnt and

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August 2019

Human as bycatch

The ocean is an advocate for tranquility; once you enter the water, you expect peace in the quiet. The only sound is that of your own air bubbles and it comforts you. However, nowadays the heavy thud thud thud of

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Feeling Trapped

Feeling Trapped

In our last blog post, “Making a Difference”, we talked about our role as responsible scuba divers and how we can make a difference for our oceans each day and with every dive.  Along with climate change, plastic pollution is

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June 2019
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Oceans are amongst the world’s most valuable ecosystems – they control the weather, clean the air we breathe, provide a living for millions of people and are home to more species than we can possibly discover in a lifetime. Most of

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