Video for visitors to the Cozumel Marine Protected Area
Cozumel, an island off Mexico’s east coast in the Caribbean Ocean, is a popular spot for tourists. But not all visitors know how to protect the marine environment when they dive or snorkel. To help educate them, Seacology is making a small grant to help promote and distribute a short animated video, which will be shown to visitors to the Cozumel Marine Protected Area. The video is designed to teach tourists about environmentally friendly practices.
Seacology will fund an English-language voiceover for the video, an event to launch it, and some promotional items. The grant will also provide local dive guides with “tank-bangers,” which are simple underwater signaling devices. The guides will use them to warn divers or snorkelers who are touching coral, getting too close to marine animals, or violating other regulations.
Our project partner is the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP), which manages the MPA.
- January 2018
- The video, produced by the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas, is being shown to visitors to the MPA. It has also been posted on social media and the park website. Dive operators send...