Collaborating for Change

Reef-World is proud to partner with a range of organisations who support our work protecting global coral reefs through Green Fins and who share our vision to make sustainable marine tourism the social norm.

Become a Partner

Join the movement to protect coral reefs for future generations by supporting the delivery of Green Fins’ impactful conservation projects. By partnering with The Reef-World Foundation you are able to:
Directly contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 14 and 12 and Aichi Biodiversity Targets 10 & 20.
Build global demand for green tourism and engage people all over the world with environmental messaging.
Access expert guidance from leading sustainable tourism experts to develop and implement roadmaps to green your supply chain
Drive behaviours that protect reefs worldwide with tangible results and impact tracing data.
Connect with other innovative organisations leading the way in coral reef protection and sustainable tourism.

Contact the Partnerships Team

If your organisation is committed to protecting our oceans and driving a sustainable tourism industry, please email The Reef-World Foundation on [email protected] to discuss how to support the mission to save our reefs.

There are so many PADI operators that have already adopted the Green Fins program and are serving as role models in their communities on how to operate a more sustainable business. We are confident that our partnership with Green Fins will continue to enable us to advance the PADI vision to achieve balance between humanity and ocean so that we can continue to explore and enjoy the underwater world we love.
Katie Thompson
Global Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, PADI Worldwide
Building a symbiotic partnership with The Reef-World Foundation has allowed us to combine our expertise with Green Fins practices to elevate our business and set an example for other dive industry operators
Clay McCardell
President, Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Diving

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