Whaleshark sighting in Ao Nang
Krabi Provincial Administrative underwater Cleanup Days at Koh Hong. in 2 days with 40 divers we removed 670 kg of rubbish and abandoned Fishing nets of the area around Koh Hong. Thank you to all involved.
If all those people who went for the #climatestrike and #fridaysforfuture went out and planted a tree
If all those people who went for the #climatestrike and #fridaysforfuture went out and planted a tree or picked up plastic/rubbish we would be much further today. But instead everyone follows Gretel…
We not only rescue Marine Life we also take care of our Land animals. This time it was a big Monitor Lizard which was entangled in a rope possibly has been attached by humans either to keep it as a Pet or to eat it…. Nevertheless i was able to take the rope off and […]
Time lapse of a Sunset at Ao Nang Beach
National Geographic published our Project Removing abandoned Ghost and Fishing Nets. Abandoned Fishing nets are a killer for our reefs. Due to it entangles into corals they’ll choke get broken off by surge of waves. reef resident fish are getting entangled and die. Read more on
Today is Earth overshoot day. July 29 marks Earth Overshoot Day (EOD), and for the rest of 2019 all the energy humanity uses is unsustainable in the long term. It is the earliest that EOD has ever fallen, and means humans are using nature 1.75 times faster than Earth’s ecosystems can regenerate. It means that […]
Ao Nang Beach 17th July 2019 at 6am
The more we value things the less we value Nature!