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: 846
 
Targeted Signatures: 10000

People Signed the Petition:

#348- 07:02, Mar 03, Nico Howorka, Germany
#347- 06:59, Mar 03, Johann Eckhart, Austria
#346- 06:58, Mar 03, Adel Abd El Aziz, Egypt
#345- 06:58, Mar 03, Carmen Galle, Austria
#344- 06:56, Mar 03, bettina heszler, Austria
#343- 06:56, Mar 03, Katharina Kallenbach, Germany
#342- 06:54, Mar 03, Maximilian Adolf, Germany
#341- 06:51, Mar 03, Christian Hochmuth, Austria
#340- 06:50, Mar 03, Björn Volz, Germany
#339- 06:49, Mar 03, Klaus-Dieter Schlüter, Germany
#338- 06:48, Mar 03, Frauke Chusangroj-Yade, Germany
Even big diving centers operated by Europeans dont care
#337- 06:45, Mar 03, Mandy Kaufmann, Egypt
#336- 06:42, Mar 03, Nadja Dick, Germany
#335- 06:41, Mar 03, Marianne Buechner, Egypt
#334- 06:38, Mar 03, Ulla Modoni , Germany
#333- 06:37, Mar 03, martin sachs , Germany
#332- 06:36, Mar 03, Ingeborg Dura, Germany
#331- 06:36, Mar 03, Manuel Stüber, Germany
... what else ...
#330- 06:35, Mar 03, Kira Grimm, Germany
Yessss!!!
#329- 06:34, Mar 03, Monica Change, Egypt
#328- 06:33, Mar 03, Andrea Stueber, Germany
we have to do something...
#327- 06:32, Mar 03, Ilonka Vér, Germany
#326- 06:32, Mar 03, Alex Grimm, Germany
signed
#325- 06:31, Mar 03, Arite Hoffmann, Germany
#324- 06:31, Mar 03, Thomas becker, Germany
#323- 06:30, Mar 03, Gabi Lappe, Germany
#322- 06:25, Mar 03, tom steindorf, Germany
good job,thanx
#321- 06:13, Mar 03, Klaus Thiet, Germany
rettet u. erhaltet die Riffe, denn die sind wichtig für das Öko- System.
#320- 06:13, Mar 03, Gerlinger Rudolf, Germany
#319- 06:12, Mar 03, Carmen Müller, Egypt
#318- 06:11, Mar 03, Helmut Klomsdorf, Egypt
#317- 06:11, Mar 03, jayne radcliffe, United Kingdom
#316- 06:08, Mar 03, Ingo Döring, Germany
#315- 06:07, Mar 03, Verena Freimann, Germany
Safe the nature !
#314- 06:03, Mar 03, Daniela Bertz , Germany
#313- 05:57, Mar 03, Susann Schönwald, Germany
#312- 05:52, Mar 03, Volker Posselt, Germany
#311- 05:51, Mar 03, Monika Posselt, Germany
#310- 05:49, Mar 03, Helen Zettelmaier, Switzerland
#309- 05:46, Mar 03, Harald Kopf, Germany
#308- 05:45, Mar 03, Gerda lubbers, Netherlands
keep up the good work
#307- 05:39, Mar 03, Michael Strassburg, Germany
#306- 05:38, Mar 03, Eva Kamaruddin, Malaysia
#305- 05:36, Mar 03, Monika Landau, Germany
#304- 05:34, Mar 03, Joachim Haupt, Germany
Help to preserve this unique place on earth.
#303- 05:33, Mar 03, roswitha vootz, Germany
#302- 05:31, Mar 03, Sylvia Sylvia, Germany
#301- 05:30, Mar 03, Waltraud v. Haza-Radlitz, Germany
#300- 05:29, Mar 03, Sven Prasse, Germany
Stop this mess now! I want my child to see this beautiful underwater world, when she will be old enough
#299- 05:28, Mar 03, jasmine decarli, Switzerland
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