COVID-19 UPDATE:

Some Green Fins members have not been able to go through their annual assessment process due to the pandemic. An inactive status does not mean they are not operational or that they are not following environmental standards. Please contact members directly to see if they are open for business. The Green Fins teams will be doing all they can to reassess members in their respective countries as soon as it is possible and safe to do so.

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Underwater cleanup

Plastic bottle washed up on the beach

New Green Fins Cleanup Guidelines Now Available

New guidelines for conducting environmentally friendly beach and underwater cleanups The Reef-World Foundation – the international coordinator of the UN Environment Programme’s Green Fins initiative – has launched new Green Fins cleanup guidelines to help dive and snorkel operators organise and host environmentally friendly coastal cleanups. “We’ve been so impressed to see so many Green … Read more

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.