You don't have to be a conservationist to help save the Coral Triangle
Every-day decisions such as which food to buy, how to manage your waste, where to go for a holiday and how you travel can help you become an agent of change.
Check out the options below to get started.
what you eatIndulge in seafood that isn't on the brink of extinction, or that isn't caught using unsustainable practices. Check out the following seafood guides and do your bit to keep oceans and reefs healthy:
» Hong Kong Seafood Guide
» Indonesia Seafood Guide
» Malaysia Seafood Guide
» Singapore Seafood Guide
Also check out these restaurants in Singapore and Hong Kong which have said no to serving shark fin soup.
Donate a minimal amount when you book online with Cebu Pacific Air to support WWF' community-based climate adaptation project in Sablayan, Philippines.
where (and how) you travel
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Join a 5-day expedition with WWF-Philippines to visit some of the Philippine's prized World Heritage Sites, from Tubbataha Reef to the Puerto Princessa Underground River.
» Find out more [PDF]
what you do with your garbageIts not just seaweed and fish that are decorating the Coral Triangle's beaches and reefs. Increasingly, it's also plastic bags, torn sandals and other visible signs of human presence. The easiest thing you can do to protect reefs and wildlife from entanglement with garbage is to reduce your waste, and dispose of it responsibly. Turtles would thank you.
Find out about the harm garbage does
how you spend your free timeJoin our conservation team as a volunteer and make a worthwhile contribution to saving the Coral Triangle. Share some of your time with WWF in the Philippines and in Malaysia.
how you do businessBy becoming a WWF partner you can benefit from technical know-how that will enable you to improve the sustainability of your business.
Live in Indonesia?
Join the WWF Marine Buddies community and get involved in a range of marine conservation activities.
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