Training the NEXT generation of marine conservationists
Coral reefs are among the planet’s oldest, most productive, and most diverse ecosystems. But, they are also one of the most threatened. Reefs around the globe are declining at an alarming rate, and although the problems have been well documented for over 50 years, not enough has been done to protect and conserve our planet’s oceans.
Our aim is to not rely solely on governments to solve these problems, but to increase the capacity and skillsets of local managers and divers around the globe to empower a new generation of action oriented conservationists. Through training courses we are giving people from many different backgrounds the knowledge to initiate action, and through our networks helping those who want to make a difference join up and realize their goals.
What we do
A network of conservation centers offers assistance in finding internships, jobs, and other educational opportunities.
Read about our activities
Saving Thailand’s Gentle Giants: How Divers Protect Whale Sharks
Swimming with the ocean’s largest fish is an experience that changes the lives of any diver lucky enough to have… Read More
An Update on an Itinerant Family of Corals: Dendrophylliidae
A recent publication has shed new light on one of the more diverse and exciting families of corals, Dendrophylliidae. A… Read More
Sea Slug Diversity in Koh Tao, Thailand
An extensive 14-year study using benthic surveys and photographic records has revealed a stunning richness of sea slug diversity around… Read More
Meet some of our trainers
George is a Conservation Diver instructor and board member, he is also the owner of Azul Conservation in Nicaragua
Leon Haines is a Conservation Diver Instructor and the director of Conservation Diver Indonesia at Blue Marlin Gili Air