Join Reef-World and a panel of industry experts at the virtual Scuba Digital show at 3pm BST Friday 23 October 2020 for a Q&A about the future of green tourism.

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Picture of a turtle on a beach.

Taking Conservation Action During the COVID-19 Crisis

The Reef-World Foundation – the international coordinator of the UN Environment Programme’s Green Fins initiative – is calling for the dive industry to keep sustainability high on its agenda during the COVID-19 crisis.

Picture of a person collecting rubbish on a beach.

My First Beach Cleanup: Furaha’s Story

It’s not just Green Fins members who can benefit from the initiative’s knowledge, tools and resources. The Green Fins materials are available (for free) for members and non-members alike to use to reduce their environmental impact. Wife and mother Furaha learned this first-hand when she contacted the team here at Reef-World (we coordinate Green Fins internationally) to ask for some help with her first ever beach cleanup event. Here is her story…

Picture of two people on a boat taking part in an underwater clean-up.

Top Tips for a Successful Underwater Cleanup

Inspired to run your own underwater clean-up event? Here are a few tips on how to make sure it’s a success and that you don’t cause any further damage to the reef while removing marine debris.