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Welcome to the Green Diver Initiative!

Formed by the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI Worldwide), in association with the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF), the Green Diver Initiative (GDI) is an online community dedicated to the principles espoused in the Green Diver P.A.C.T.

As the official diver training organization of Walt Disney World® Resort, we also present the following programs in conjunction with DWCF in Florida, USA: Disney's Dolphins in Depth, Epcot® Seas Aqua Tour, Epcot® DiveQuest (The Seas with Nemo & Friends at Epcot®) and the Adopt-a-Nest program (Disney's Vero Beach Resort and Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park). Before, during and after these experiences, guests learn about how the DWCF is making a difference and are eligible to join the GDI.

The NAUI Green Diver Initiative is intended to empower individuals who, through their initiative, discover how they can make a difference – no matter how seemingly insignificant. When shared with the community, the seemingly insignificant can add up to phenomenal impacts. Individual GDI members may be environmental activists or just beach walkers, but they share a common concern for the vitality of the aquatic world.

Accept the challenge and join the Green Diver Initiative now. Find out how others are making a difference and share your own discoveries – whether or not you are a certified diver. It is easy and FREE to join! Make the Green Diver P.A.C.T., create a personal profile, set up a personal Green Diver web page and start sharing your efforts today!
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Did You Know?


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Recycling steel and tin cans saves 74 percent of the energy necessary to produce them.



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