The Green Fins initiative aims to protect and conserve coral reefs through environmentally friendly guidelines that promote a sustainable diving and snorkelling industry. Read more
100% of your donation goes to the Green Fins initiative. By donating, you’re helping to ensure the future sustainability of coral reefs, marine life and local communities. Read more
As a dive professional leading and guiding scuba divers, you have the ability to positively influence diver behaviour and help protect coral and other marine life on every dive. If you can manage your divers and prevent them causing damage, then you are helping protect coral reefs one dive at a time. Take the Green Fins Dive Guide e-Course now! Read more
Protecting reefs through environmentally friendly diving and snorkelling practices
Dive and snorkel centres operating in active Green Fins locations can become members by signing the membership form and pledging to follow the 15 environmental practices of the Green Fins Code of Conduct. Active Green Fins members are then trained, assessed and certified annually by qualified Green Fins Assessors.
The Top 10 Green Fins dive operators have the lowest environmental impact of all Green Fins members around the world!
As a dive professional leading and guiding scuba divers, you have the ability to positively influence diver behaviour and help protect coral and other marine life on every dive. If you can manage your divers and prevent them causing damage, then you are helping protect coral reefs one dive at a time. Take the Green Fins Dive Guide e-Course now!
Reef-World has mutually beneficial partnerships with businesses across the industry to drive sustainable value chains through uptake of the Green Fins Code of Conduct and messaging. As a result, tangible outcomes can be seen for the ocean, communities and the economy.
Thank you for your determination to help save coral reefs! 100% of the funds raised will be used for implementation and development of the Green Fins initiative. Your support will result in a measurable reduction in the impact of diving and snorkelling activities to coral reefs, making them more resilient to survive when faced with greater threats such as those associated with climate change.
An overview of Malapascua's sixth consecutive year of Green Fins assessments in May 2019. Read more
Antigua and Barbuda has become the first English speaking country in the western hemisphere to implement the Green Fins initiative. The country is the 10th government worldwide to officially adopt Green Fins and the second in the Caribbean. Read more
The concept of sustainability was discussed in detail by members and partners of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) when they met for the Annual Summit (PAS 2019) hosted by the Department of Tourism Philippines in Cebu City (9-12 May 2019). Read more