The Code Red Commitment

 

We call on you to encourage all tour operators and service providers to abide by the proper use of the Red Sea mooring system and not to use anchors and wires to prevent any damage to the fragile coral reefs. The Red Sea mooring system minimizes the negative impact of the increasing number of recreational boats on the fragile ecosystem of the Red Sea.

 


  • We call on you to encourage all tour operators and service providers to abide by the proper use of the Red Sea mooring system and not to use anchors and wires to prevent any damage to the fragile coral reefs. The Red Sea mooring system minimizes the negative impact of the increasing number of recreational boats on the fragile ecosystem of the Red Sea.
  • We call on you to encourage all tour operators and service providers to abide by the local regulation regarding litter and waste disposal. We shall help the Red Sea by not disposing our waste in it and help save the marine life from the devastating effect of plastics and all non biodegradable matter on it.
  • We call on you to prohibit all tour operators and service providers from engaging in harassment of the marine life in the wild. We shall respect international and local regulations regarding wild life encounters. Chasing, touching, feeding, and harassing wild life, e.g. dolphins, dugongs, turtles, sharks, and birdlife in its natural habitat disturbs its natural cycle of life and may cause its death.
  • We call on you to urge all tour operators and service providers not to involve in selling, supporting or propagating any activity or excursion that involves animal captivity or cruelty. Although all captive animals in the Red Sea are usually brought and smuggled from different parts of the world we shall not forget our responsibility towards the ocean and planet Earth at large. Disturbing the ecosystem in any environment eventually affects the whole world.
  • We call on you to urge all tour operators and service providers to be informed about oil pollution and toxic substances and to comply with local and international regulations, such as fuel, TBT anti-fouling paints, and cleaning agents. Poor maintenance, refueling and washing vessels near coral reefs cause substantial damage to the marine environment. We shall encourage the use of biodegradable cleaning agents and non-TBT anti-fouling paints to maintain a clean and visibly clear sea. 
  • We call on you to encourage all tour operators and service providers to support and extend help whenever possible to scientific research and monitoring programs. Programs of such nature support to provide conservation agencies with data needed for better management and more sustainable use of our natural resources.

 

The Code Red Commitment

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People Signed: 908
 
Targeted Signatures: 10000

People Signed the Petition:

#910- 12:04, Oct 11, tom yates, United Kingdom
#909- 15:42, Oct 08, Rainer v.Kutzschenbach, Germany
Thanks to the HEPCA people. I am seeking a clean environment with sustainable facilities. First getting in control of deliberate plastic waste and marine damages. Ideas for a better life.
#908- 22:17, Oct 03, Bassam Imam, Canada
#907- 12:50, Sep 29, Mattie Legros, Denmark
Sign the petition for our beloved red sea In Hurghada and to make sure that all the tour boats respect and abide by the local regulation. This way we are sure to have our diving area kept in its beauty and aww. <3
#906- 15:39, Sep 27, Abra Abul A'zm, Egypt
a Marine Biologist duty..
#905- 13:44, Aug 31, Mariaam Elsadek, Egypt
#904- 08:47, Aug 10, valentina maffi, Italy
#903- 12:55, Aug 09, Julia Petro, Egypt
#902- 09:48, Jul 12, Sandra Caramelle, Germany
#901- 10:50, Jun 28, Samer Kamel, Egypt
Protect our Seas, Sustain our Enviroment
#900- 13:12, Apr 24, Kareem Haddad, Egypt
#899- 06:46, Mar 02, Laurence Camilleri, Australia
#898- 13:12, Feb 06, Andrew Conley, United States
#897- 13:11, Feb 01, Samia Mousa, Egypt
#896- 13:10, Feb 01, Yosif Ali, Egypt
#895- 22:02, Jan 30, Dominik Rabus, Germany
#894- 13:29, Jan 30, Michael Mather, Austria
The reefs take centuries to develop but can be destroyed in a second ...
#893- 08:58, Nov 26, Lorella nimis, Egypt
#892- 20:25, Nov 25, Nathalie Perman, Sweden
#891- 17:55, Nov 11, Yosif Ali, Egypt
Wild animals meant to live in freedom
#890- 17:52, Nov 11, Diana Hamid, Egypt
#889- 12:51, Oct 28, Mariam Semeda , Egypt
Without red sea and it's precious resources, tourism will cease to exist...let's all work together to protect the red sea and ensure its sustainability
#888- 11:49, Oct 23, Sandra Wagner, Germany
#887- 20:49, Oct 18, Kerstin Ehlert, Germany
#886- 21:32, Oct 14, Martin Richter, Germany
#885- 06:47, Oct 13, Oceans7 Watersports, Egypt
Everyone should worry about the Red Sea. It is where we live, and like everyone surely protects their homes, we should also protect our environment ! Help HEPCA help the environment !
#884- 09:03, Oct 12, Athanasios Lasos, Germany
#883- 09:48, Oct 11, Ahmed Gad, Egypt
#882- 11:57, Oct 10, Somaya Magdy, Egypt
#881- 03:01, Oct 09, Lynne Clark, United States
#880- 09:34, Oct 06, Gem slo, United Kingdom
#879- 00:23, Oct 05, Karim Golz, Germany
#878- 22:35, Jul 31, Claudia Dabelstein, Germany
#877- 12:25, Jul 05, Andrea Obrajero, Mexico
#876- 11:18, Jul 03, Sarah Russwurm, Egypt
#875- 17:50, Jun 23, Yvonne Vetter, Germany
#874- 18:07, Jun 19, Wolfgang Kraus, Germany
#873- 19:37, Jun 04, Monique Michaelis, Germany
#872- 09:30, May 20, Helene Beck, Denmark
#871- 22:21, May 17, Robert Murray, United Kingdom
Use only reputable dive operators who encourage responsible diving
#870- 21:50, Apr 25, Justin Becker, Germany
#869- 12:40, Apr 17, Stefan Hopf, Germany
Respect and live up to the points raised here to make sure a lot of generations can enjoy the wonderful world of the Red Sea!
#868- 09:10, Apr 17, Ramzy Abu Halimah, Egypt
These animals are an attraction to many tourists in egypt. They are beatifull creatures that really suffer when they are in captivity.
#867- 14:12, Apr 10, Karol Buda, United Kingdom
#866- 13:05, Mar 09, Ahmed Koraiem, Egypt
#865- 12:43, Mar 04, Viliam Krajcik, Slovakia
#864- 20:20, Feb 23, Rik Grover, United Kingdom
PADI Master Instructor 608738 Owner of Sabre Scuba Dive School in the UK.
#863- 10:23, Feb 05, abdallh el sharabasy, Egypt
#862- 05:31, Jan 31, Mohamed Adel, Egypt
#861- 11:40, Jan 28, Philippe Barbier, Switzerland
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