The Official
Website of the
International
Sailing Federation

isaf.com

Environmental Initiatives

There are many exciting and well established environmental initiatives which can be accessed via the links option below:

Intenational Organizations

ISAF Statement on Bio-fouling

IOC Guide on Sport, Environment and Sustainable Development
This Guide offers methodological and practical tools to the sport community, based on the major principles of sustainable development.

Fouling-Atlas
The central aim of the Fouling-Atlas project is the presentation of actual information about the topics fouling and anti-fouling to deliver the sound basis for a choice of an antifouling system with maximum efficacy and minimum environmental hazard.

Global Forum for Sports and the Environment
Database on environmental action in sports, G-ForSE is a platform for sports federations, sporting goods manufacturers, event producers and sports enthusiasts to determine their roles in increasing environmental action and awareness in sports

International Maritime Organisation
A specialized agency of the United Nations with 168 Member States and three Associate Members, IMO is based in the United Kingdom with around 300 international staff. IMO's specialized commitees and sub-committees are the focus for the technical work to update existing legislation or develop and adopt new regulations, with meetings attended by maritime experts from Member Governments, together with those from interested intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations.

The International Regulation Commission represents the interest of ISAF, its member National Authorities and all users with IMO. For more information click here

World Ocean Network
International association comprising museums, aquaria, science centres, educational charities, institutions and non-governmental organizations with an aim to make public aware of the importance of ocean to humanity and the impact of human daily actions on marine environment.

Greenpeace
Independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour and to protect and conserve the environment

BYM Environment News
Climate change, weather phenomena, nature and other environmental issues

World Ocean Observatory
Information exchange about the ocean, defined as an integrated, global, social system.

BOAT Digest.
A project about the recyclying of boats

Australia

Ian Kiernan Clean up the World
Aims to inspire and work with communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment.

Germany

Rubish Duck
Sculpture made of more than 2,000 plastic bottles, all collected from the Thames and Regent's Canal.

Viva Con Agua
Campaign for clean drinking water Worldwide.

Italy

Decalogo Ecovelista (In English)

New Zealand

Sir Peter Blake Trust
Aims to help New Zealanders make a positive difference for the planet through activities that encourage environmental awareness and action, and leadership development.

United Kingdom

The Green Blue programme
Aims to promote the sustainable use of coastal and inland waters by boating and watersports participants, and the sustainable operation and development of the recreational boating industry

Friends of the Earth
Organization with an aim to fight to protect the rights of all people to live in a safe and healthy environment.

Save the Albatross Campaign
Organization with the aim to prevent unnecessary deat of albatrosses

Marine Conservation Society
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to caring for our seas, shores and wildlife. MCS campaigns for clean seas and beaches, sustainable fisheries, and protection for all marine life.

British Marine Federation's Environmental Code of Practice.
Free toolkit produced by the BMF for anyone involved in the marine indsutry.

Pangea Exploration
Operates the expedition sailing vessel Sea Dragon on a long-term project of marine conservation, exploration and education.

USA

http://www.5gyres.org/
An organization dedicated to investigate and understand plastic pollution through exploration, education and action.

Virginia Clean Marina Programme
The Virginia Clean Marina Program promotes the voluntary adoption of measures that prevent or reduce pollution from traditional and non-traditional marinas, boatyards and recreational boats.

Sailors For The Sea
Non profit organization that educates and empowers the boating community to protect and restore our oceans and coastal waters.

Related Articles

European report on the state of recreational boating pollution
Report on nautical activities and their impact on the environment.

Environment Initiative from the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association
Initiative to eliminate single-use plastic botles from all Inter-Collegiate Sailing Associations (ICSA)

© 2015 Copyright ISAF/ISAF UK Ltd. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Cookies delivered by Sotic powered by OpenText WSM