“Do not leave shore without a copy of ‘A Green Guide to Boating,’ a wonderfully rich source of wit and wisdom about how to explore and enjoy the ocean with a light touch, and of inspired ways to safeguard ‘what’s under the boat’ – Earth’s living blue heart.”
Foreword By Sylvia A. Earle
Marine Biologist, Oceanographer, Explorer,
Author, Lecturer and National Geo Explorer in Residence
Owning a boat comes with its own set of responsibilities and as a yachter, you are in a unique position to be a leader in water protection. Click the buttons below to download a complimentary copy of ‘A Green Guide to Boating – Best Practices for Recreational Boating.
“People of the sea: boaters, divers, surfers, fishermen, and vacationers alike have always had an integral relationship with our ocean world. For too long we have taken advantage of our water planet by abusing her as an endless resource and a universal sewer. In order to do our part, we must not just take what she offers, we must nurture and protect her as well. ‘A Green Guide to Boating’ is an excellent common sense ‘relationship therapy’ book which can help us find a balanced relationship with our life support system, our ocean planet.”
Foreword by Fabien Cousteau Aquanaut
Ocean Conservationist and Documentary Filmmaker
Your carbon footprint is the direct or indirect impact of your activities, from the amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) produced through the burning of fossil fuels. As a measure and calculation, it can indicate how your behaviors are contributing to the overall effects of carbon pollution in the atmosphere.
Our position is to first take the lead and encourage personal action to reduce your individual carbon footprint before looking to source offsets for those emissions reductions.
We are glad you have arrived here to learn more and begin by understanding how each of us is a contributor to the problem.