Welcome to:

Divein Marine Conservation

Our underwater world is under tremendous pressure – too much garbage and litter, especially plastic is being thrown in, and too many fish are being fished out. Only 0,1 percent of the seas are covered by coral reefs, yet these fragile reefs are home to an astounding 25% of all marine species.

Divein Marine Conservation in a non-profit organization fighting for our oceans through campaigns and information. 

Follow our work for more information

Project Aware

We're doing all we can to improve the state of our oceans and promoting the fight against Ocean Pollution. Check out this article at Project Aware.

Mission Blue

We're also a proud partner of Mission Blue, and help the fight for our ocean and the creation of Hope Spots all over the world. Check out Mission Blue.


And we do out best to get the information of the ocean too as many divers and ocean lovers as possible. Check out this Ocean Article on the PADI Blog

Huffington Post

We're working with many media partners on promoting the knowledge of our oceans. Check out this guide at Huffington Post.

"In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught." (Baba Dioum, 1968.)

Why we do what we do

I've one of those people who loves the ocean and I can't see a pond of water without getting an urge to jump in and explore more.

I've spent most of my life diving and been fortunate enough to dive in many reefs all over the world. Every time I go back to a place I've been diving before, the state of the reef or area is a bit worse. The reef is damaged, there's more pollution, more plastic or some new building project is harming the ocean life.

"I believe that through information, education, and knowledge,
we can work towards a better ocean. Help us in this fight."

Torben Lonne

Torben Lonne

Charimand of the board

Torben is a passionate diver and a marine conservationist.

See some our campaigns to promote Ocean Awareness

How ocean pollution affects humans [Infographic]

Pollution has put our oceans at the brink of disaster Every year more than 8 million tonens of plastic is dumped into the ocean, but how does that affect humans and what can we do to stop this behavior? >> Grab this infographic for free Grab this graphic...

10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean

How to protect the ocean, even when you’re not diving Scuba divers, by and large, love the ocean. And as a natural consequence of that, they’re interested in protecting it for ocean conservation. And there are a number of things you can do while diving to that end,...

The Coral Reef: A Diver’s Delight

Divers get to experience beauty unlike anything we will ever see on land. Coral reefs only add to the incredible natural beauty that exists beneath the water, and they are often the most sought out diving spots. With so many coral reefs the world over, it’s often...

50 fascinating facts about the ocean

Our oceans are filled with wonders that you can't really imagine! The Earth’s oceans are a world of mystery, magic and beauty. It’s this apart from anything else that lures divers into their depths. There is a seemingly endless array of fascinating facts about our...

Oceans Awareness: The Triple-Threat To The Oceans

The three biggest threats to our oceans Let's take a look at our beloved oceans. What it is that threatens our oceans, and what we can do about it. Plastic Debris Garbage and debris in general, but plastic in particular, poses a threat to our oceans, and in particular...

A Scuba Diver’s Impact On A Coral Reef

Coral reef diving is an all-time favorite to most scuba divers. But like it or not, scuba divers are causing substantial damage to the world’s coral reefs. Scientific evidence shows that divers are directly and/or indirectly responsible for damaging the reef life with...

Shark Finning: What is it?

Why would anyone ever kill a shark for its fins? And cut it off and let it drop to the bottom for a slow and painful death! There are many different type of animals that are hunted from beneath the ocean’s surface. From the larger fish to clams and oysters, many of us...

The Bad Diver and Aquatic Awareness

How many divers touch the Reef, the Corals or even the Fish when diving? Is it normal practice for divers, now a days, to touch and feel anything on their dive? Christina Christensen is a good friend of mine who is a recently qualified Open Water Scuba Instructor....

Make a positive difference for the environment

Part II on how to be a more environmentally safe diver focuses on making a distinct, positive difference to the marine environment. In the first article in this series, we looked at ways of minimizing the negative impact that a diver can have on his or her local...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This