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Green Fins
The official voice of Green Fins, a initiative to protect coral reefs. Managed by the International Coordinators.
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How are you Shellebrating today?
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Scubaverse May 23
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Green Fins May 22
Replying to @bubblesdc
Congrats Derick!
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Reef-World May 22
Two minutes on oceans: marine litter 🚯 via
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Green Fins May 22
Great to hear England will ban , cotton buds and stirrers from 2020. Has your shop already banned single-use plastics? What other efforts are you making to reduce your single-use plastic use?
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Green Fins May 21
Find out how 's Green Fins Guide e-Course can help you protect via
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Green Fins May 21
🐢 Skip a straw, save a sea turtle! 🐢 Love this handy poster by
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Green Fins May 20
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United Nations May 19
Thank you, Sir David Attenborough, for advocating for and encouraging everyone to .
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SeaSmart May 18
Calling all dive professionals! in partnership with have announced the launch of the Dive Guide e-Course. The free online course is designed to help dive professionals reduce the…
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Scuba Diver May 16
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Reef-World May 16
Being trained as a assessor trainer "taught us how to share the knowledge we’ve gained over the years with the new & upcoming assessors. I think it is an important part of building the Green Fins network in the country" said assessor trainer Alvin from
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Reef-World May 17
Rosie from - recent winners of the 2019 award - told us she sees progress as a series of small events - from removing dead coral fragments in the shop to providing an briefing for customers.
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Green Fins May 15
shops: it's cheap and easy to make your own reusable tank caps - here's how
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Green Fins May 15
New study warns single-use plastics are a serious hazard via
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Guardian Environment May 13
'Lunch on the go' habit generates 11bn items of packaging waste a year
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António Guterres May 15
Our precious oceans are being used as a trash heap and are drowning in plastic pollution. It’s time to break the habit of single-use plastics.
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DeeperBlue.com May 13
From Seabed to Swimwear. Fourth element’s OceanPositive swimwear contains ECONYL® recycled nylon, helping to reduce the amount of ghost fishing net left in our seas >
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Green Fins May 15
Top tips for good garbage management on boats
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Six Senses Laamu May 12
We are extremely grateful and proud that we have won this year’s Blue Green 360 Plastic Pollution Innovator Award at the ADEX - Asia Dive Expo for our efforts to be plastic-free by 2022! Find out more about the awards:
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