The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
WWF has invited many diving instructors, instructor trainers and course directors to join Marine Conservation X Dive-training workshops, discussing how to incorporate conservation elements into regular training courses. We have collectively developed a Code of Conduct for instructors and divers and a new underwater hand signal to remind diver to mind their fins, aiming to raise awareness of divers and minimize the impact of diving activities on ocean environment.
WWF has designed a set of 4-page diving instructor scuba diving cue card for easier daily training. If you are a diving instructor and would like to receive one, please contact us at Oceans@wwf.org.hk.
To encourage the diving community to promote our Code of Conduct, WWF has also initiated a #MindYourFins social media campaign and launched #MindYourFins diving mask straps. We welcome all the divers to join our campaign, stay tuned to our social media update for more information!
|1. Buckle Up
|2. Control Your Buoyancy
|3. Mind Your Fins!
|4. No Touching
|5. Don’t Take Them Away
|6. Be a Responsible Underwater Photographer
|7. Leave No Trace
|8. Don’t Pollute the Ocean