For the Media
Welcome to the media area, where you will find news and information about CORAL. If you are a member of the media and would like to receive regular communications regarding our work or would like to speak to our communications manager, please contact Lisa Owens Viani by email or phone at 415-834-0900 (ext. 307).
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Led by a passionate team and guided by a committed board, CORAL partners with local communities to save our planet's coral reefs. Following our well-respected and successful Coral Reef Sustainable Destination (CRSD) approach to conservation, we engage on the local level to make international impacts.
Coral reefs are located in more than 100 countries around the world and countless communities rely on them for income, food, and coastal protection. This makes the protection of coral reefs an important matter for policy makers and governments, especially ministries of tourism, environment, and fisheries. Our Issue Briefs provide an overview of each ecological and economic impact, as well as policy options for global, national, and local action to help protect this important resource.
Find an Expert
CORAL staff have extensive knowledge about coral reefs, the factors threatening their health, and all phases of CORAL's work in communities around the world. To talk to one of our experts, please contact Lisa Owens Viani, Communications Manager, by email or phone at 415-834-0900 (ext. 307).
CORAL builds grassroots partnerships with local communities, government leaders, marine recreation providers, and organizations to protect coral reefs from climate change and other human-induced stresses. We welcome all inquiries from the media about our conservation programs.
Our About Coral Reefs section includes basic Information about coral reefs: what they are, how they grow, the myriad benefits they provide to our planet, and current threats to their health.
The CORAL photobank contains thousands of beautiful photographs featuring coral reefs and the wonderful creatures that depend on them. Many of our images can be downloaded and used for free. Please note the copyright information and usage rights associated with each image and credit the photographer as appropriate.
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