Interested in learning more about how to combat marine litter? A free online course developed by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), through the Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (GPA), has partnered with the Open University of the Netherlands, in a project “created in order to stimulate leadership and offer opportunities for actionable and change oriented learning related to marine litter.”
The Massive Open Online Course on Marine Litter (MOOC) aims to help students, through action learning, on ways to apply strategies in the real world. The course offers a series of lectures, case studies and videos.
The course will begin on October 26, 2015. To enroll, visit https://www.marinelittermooc.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We are excited to announce that NAUI Green Diver Initiative is a proud sponsor of the first annual Florida Native Plant Society’s “Florida Native Plant Month” awareness campaign.
So, what do plants have to do with diving? Native plants are necessary for a healthy, sustainable environment that supports people and wildlife. Native plants and their roots help filter out toxins from entering our waterways. The clear waters NAUI divers enjoy rely on a well balanced and healthy ecosystem, including native plants.
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