Green Fins IYOR 2018: Redefine the Dive

Have you been following the Green Fins International Year of the Reef 2018 campaign? It’s got one main objective: making sustainable diving the social norm.

Have you been following the Green Fins International Year of the Reef 2018 campaign? Divided into four parts, the campaign aims to cultivate positive behavior change within the diving community. It has one main objective: making sustainable diving the social norm.

The first part of the campaign is Redefine the Dive. This action point identifies all the threats diving can create and provides tips and tricks guides can use to “redefine” how their guests dive. Dive-tourists will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect from their dive shops and dive guides.

An average of 70 percent of divers contact the reef while diving. But why this is considered a threat, and why is direct diver damage so relevant to marine conservation? What can you do?

Find all of the answers in the exclusive release of the Green Fins IYOR 2018 #RedefineTheDive infographic:

Follow this link to share the infographic with your fellow divers!

Follow the different Green Fins social media platforms to get involved and make a change. Because if you don’t — who will?

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For more information on the International Year of the Reef 2018 follow this link: www.iyor2018.org

Want to be part of the movement? Find all the campaign content here.

By guest author The Reef-World Foundation