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Did you know that scientists predict that all coral reefs will be threatened by 2050? But there is still reason for hope. Scientific research shows that coral reefs can adapt to the effects of climate change if given the right conditions such as clean water, health fisheries, and intact ecosystems.
By saving coral reefs from the effects of climate change, you help more than a million marine species and support countless communities that depend on coral reefs for food, income, and coastal protection.
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Think back to 2020—hospital visits rose as COVID cases climbed, borders closed, businesses and schools shut down, and people panicked. The world we once knew spun upside down in a matter of days. And like so many, ocean conservation organizations, many that highly depend on tourism revenue, suddenly faced unprecedented challenges as they worked to… Continue Reading →
With an almost 500% increase in fish biomass, a successful “closed fishing season” in Tela Bay, Honduras is offering relief to both community fishers and nearby coral reefs. Recently, the proper funding and on-the-ground support has allowed the Tela community to effectively carry-out a two-month closed fishing season in coastal lagoons and enforce sustainable fishing… Continue Reading →
Research shows protecting “hot reefs” is key to saving coral reefs OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – July 29, 2022 – Coral reefs can adapt to climate change if given the chance to evolve, according to a study led by Coral Reef Alliance, Rutgers University, the University of Washington and other institutions. The recent study, published in the… Continue Reading →