Project Aware’s ‘Dive Against Debris’ Toolkits Expanded To 12 Languages

The Project Aware foundation has expanded its 'Dive Against Debris' toolkits to 12 languages.

Know any divers who avidly pick up marine trash from a favorite dive site and want to help them document what they find, but in a language other than English?

The folks at the Project Aware Foundation recently expanded the their “Dive Against Debris” resources to 12 languages.

Including English, Project Aware’s toolkits are now available in French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, German, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, as well as Simplified and Traditional Chinese.

The foundation says:

“Divers across the globe can now remove, record and report debris in the language of their choice. As a diver with a natural affinity for ocean protection, you have the skills and knowledge to make a difference. Now, we want to arm you with the tools and resources to put your next Dive Against Debris into action.”

For more info, check out the Project Aware website at http://ow.ly/YLNrz or their Facebook page.