Green Fins


什麼是 Green Fins?

Green Fins 是 Reef-World Foundation 的一項舉措,通過促進可持續潛水和浮潛行業的環境準則來保護和維護珊瑚礁。

通過與聯合國環境規劃署合作,Reef-World 通過提供低成本和實用的解決方案來應對與海洋旅遊相關的本地和全行業面臨的環境挑戰,從而推動環境保護的可持續行為。它提供教育和能力培養方面的援助,以使環境保護者有能力實施行之有效的沿海資源管理方法。

自2018年以來,PADI® 與珊瑚礁世界基金會(Reef World Foundation)合作,實現我們社區的潛力,以此作為全球行業如何成功支持人,地球和行業利潤的典範。



16 Years of Protection

600+ Dive Centers

20% Average Sustainability Improvement

With PADI's support, Reef-World recently conducted a survey about sustainability in a recovering travel world.

Over 2,400 responses were received from divers, freedivers and snorkelers in over 115 countries. Survey participants offered a broad range of perspectives spanning freedivers and one-time DSD divers through to dive professionals and business owners with over 10 years experience in our industry. Here's what we learnt: 





關鍵行動(1)鼓勵 PADI 潛店遵循 Green Fins 行為準則(2)提升整個行業的行為規範,使環境標準與安全標準同等重要並受到尊重

Local Action
Green Fins Standards

PADI’s dive centers, resorts and professionals adopting and educating divers on Green Fins standards. Recreational divers seeking out Green Fins Members to dive with, supporting sustainable change our ocean needs. 

Global Impact
Sustainable Marine Tourism

A global dive industry that takes environmental standards as seriously as safety standards. A global dive community that is engaged with sustainability and knows exactly how to protect marine life when diving.





Are you a PADI Dive Center, Resort or Liveaboard? Become a Green Fins Member today.

What does it mean for a dive operator to be Green Fins certified?

Green Fins members are dive or snorkel operators who agree to follow the Green Fins Code of Conduct, are based in an active Green Fins location and have signed the membership form. Members receive annual assessments, training and feedback to help them improve their environmental sustainability.

Which countries offer Certified Green Fins membership and how do I become a member?

An active Green Fins country is a destination whose Government has adopted the programme, and has trained Green Fins assessors who are qualified to recruit, train and conduct assessments of dive and snorkel operators in that country. These are:

Dive and snorkel centers operating in active Certified Green Fins locations can become members by signing (and sending in) the membership form and pledging to follow the Green Fins Code of Conduct. One of the Green Fins team will then be in touch to organize your first assessment.

Where can I download free Green Fins posters and materials?

Visit the Downloads section of the Green Fins website where all materials are completely free to download and use. Just print them out and start promoting them to dive managers, guides and customers.

Are Green Fins posters and materials available in multiple languages?

Yes! Green Fins materials are available in a variety of languages, and we are working together to continually increase the languages and materials available. If you can't find a material you would like in your languages, please get in touch on [email protected] and we will do our best to help you. 

What is the Green Fins Dive Guide E-Course?

The Green Fins Dive Guide e-Course is the only course which teaches dive professionals how to prevent diving-related damage to coral reefs by following the highest environmental standards, as set out by the Green Fins initiative. Learn more here:


Can I still donate to PADI AWARE if I am not a PADI Dive Center, Resort or Professional?

Yes! Thank you. Please donate to make a single or monthly recurring donation here. We appreciate your support! 

How is funding allocated?

For transparency about how contributions are spent, review our Conservation Strategy which contains our Annual Impact Reports


Frequently Asked Questions

To learn more, please visit PADI Eco Center | PADI