The skin care company Stream2Sea is now a new corporate partner with NAUI’s Green Diver Initiative.

The new partnership will directly support the GDI’s new Dive4Change Grant Program,” which is scheduled to launch in the next few months. The grant will support global projects that help divers protect and save the world’s oceans, lakes and streams.

As part of this new arrangement, customers can now go to a special page on the Stream2Sea website (http://stream2sea.com/NAUI) and use the code “NAUI” to order Stream2Sea products, with 20 percent of every purchase going directly to support the NAUI Green Diver Initiative’s Dive4Change Grant Program fund. Additionally, customers will receive 10 percent off their original Stream2Sea product purchases.

Sam Richardson, manager of the NAUI Green Diver Initiative, said:

“We are excited to have the support of Stream2Sea as a new corporate partner. Our mission is to empower divers and individuals to take action to preserve and conserve our ocean planet. A product like Stream2Sea that helps protect our global community of Green Divers who, in turn, help protect our oceans and water ways, is a perfect fit.”

Stream2Sea Makes Products that Are Great for the Water, Great for the Diver
Stream2Sea Makes Products that Are Great for the Water, Great for the Diver

Stream2Sea CEO Autumn Blum launched the company after watching snorkelers create an oil slick on top of a pristine coral reef while wearing sunscreens that contained a combination of two or more active chemical ingredients. Touting a new line of eco-friendly, biodegradable body care and sunscreen products, Stream2Sea is tested safe for divers and beachgoers to wear, and at the same time is also nontoxic to marine ecosystems. As a cosmetic chemist and NAUI Green Diver, Blum knew more could be done:

“I formulated Stream2Sea specifically to address the safety of humans as well as the safety of our sensitive aquatic environment.”

To learn more about the GDI Dive4Change Grant Program, go to nauigreendiver.org.

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John Liang
John Liang is the News Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first got the diving bug while in High School in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Red Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and other places including a pool in Las Vegas helping to break the world record for the largest underwater press conference.

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  1. Thanks for helping to share our message, John! I was certified as a NAUI diver back in 1989 and am excited to be able to give back to their environmental initiatives!

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