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Author: Shaye Wan

Marine pollution amidst COVID-19

According to Oceans Asia, we produce more than 300 million tons of plastic every year, and over 8 million tons of plastic waste enter the ocean. This is threatening our marine ecosystem as an estimate of 100,000 marine mammals are killed by plastic pollution annually. We know that plastic is terrible for our environment but do you know how it disrupts marine life?...

Green Fins Global Hub: Taking Conservation to the Digital World

Scientists are developing digital solutions to solve many of the world’s pressing issues and marine conservationists are no exception. We are delighted to introduce a new project launched by The Reef-World Foundation: Green Fins Global Hub. It is a digital global solution to help dive professionals protect fragile coral reefs. In partnership with the UN Environment Programme...

Go Scuba Diving (at home)

With coronavirus restrictions still in place and new outbreaks emerging in the world, it may seem like visiting our favourite dive site and going for a holiday will not be on our agenda for some time. But with technological advancements in virtual reality, you can still go on an adventure and explore the underwater world with your phone or computer by giving virtual reality diving a go....

Be Part Of The Green Fins Initiative Today!

Millions of people venture to the underwater world every year to carry out activities such as diving and snorkelling. This inevitably puts a strain on coral reefs and marine animals. To ensure that future generations can enjoy the biodiversity of the ocean just like we do now, we have to dive in a way that keeps the negative environmental impact to a minimum. With this in mind, we would like to introduce you to the conservation actions carried out by The Reef-World Foundation and Green Fins....

Level Up Your Passion: Becoming A Sustainable Diver

Diving is a great way for us to connect with nature but with so many divers exploring the underwater world everyday, tourism is a threat to coral reef and marine life. This doesn’t mean we should avoid diving all together because we can commit to sustainable diving practices and continue to support the diving industry which sustains the livelihood of millions of people worldwide. So, what can we do as divers to protect the environment?...