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The Philippines

Launched: 2004
Industry: Diving + Snorkelling

Top 5 Members

1Alegria Dive Resort


Moalboal, Visayas Region (Region VII)

2Bohol Divers Club


Panglao Island, Visayas Region (Region VII)

3Sea Explorers Alona Beach


Panglao Island, Visayas Region (Region VII)

4Saltitude Dive & Beach Resort


Mabini, Luzon Region (Region IV-A)

The Green Fins Philippines Team 🇵🇭

The Green Fins Philippines Team

Green Fins awareness raising activities started in the Philippines in 2004 and the initiative was then officially launched in 2010. Green Fins Philippines is implemented by the Coastal and Marine Division under the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Biodiversity Management Bureau (DENR-BMB) with support from NGOs including Batangas Community Divers, The El Nido Foundation and Marine Conservation Philippines.

Voices from the network

Green Fins is the ONLY environmental assessment in the Philippines with actual on-site human assessors, scoring and metrics tabulated over consecutive years, and we’re very proud that this year we’ve continued to improve and reduce our impact on the environment.
Matt Reed
Evolution Diving

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