Marine Conservation Organizations
Is your Dive Travel Business Part of the Solution?
More and more, dive travel operators are putting money where their business interests are: The protection of the Marine Environment. This is an enlightened green business practice that reaps dividends for your business and the oceans.
Make Protection Part of the Package.
The ocean is part of the packages you sell. Why not make it standard business practice to donate a percentage of each dive or snorkel package you sell to a Marine Conservation Organization? On behalf of all concerned ocean lovers, these groups are helping all of us to do our part to conserve and protect our natural marine heritage for future generations.
Marine Conservation Listing:
A broader listing of Marine Conservation Organizations can be found here. If your marine conservation organization would like to be considered for this listing, please contact us.
Save Dolphins Japan
The Manta Network
Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF)
EcoOcean Whale Shark Photo ID Library
World Ocean Council
DAN (Diver’s Alert Network)
EOL (Encyclopedia of Life)
GBIF (Global Biodiversity Information Facility)
IOBIS (Ocean Biographic Information System)
Worms (World Register of Marine Species)
WATER TEMPERATURE DATA
Do Your Homework.
Do your own research to ensure you are donating to the organization that best fits your donation criteria. GuideStar provides data to help you analyze the use of funds for many U.S. non-profit organizations. Charity Village is Canada's main non-profit site.