Ready to add your own creative spin to a CORAL t-shirt? CORAL is looking for participants, of all ages and abilities, to submit up to three original designs that are inspired by the beautiful ocean. We’ve teamed up with some of our favorite celebrity judges who will decide on the top t-shirt. The winning design will… Continue Reading →
Dear CORAL Friends, When I first started working at CORAL over 10 years ago, I knew immediately that it was an organization full of passion, dedication, and commitment. Throughout my time here, that initial impression has held steady: our staff works tirelessly every single day to support the local communities that depend on coral reefs,… Continue Reading →
Thank you for protecting coral reefs in 2021, and playing a pivotal role in improving ocean conditions and giving these vital ecosystems a fighting chance against climate change. We have really appreciated your generous donations, which have kept coral reefs thriving and allowed us to respond to situations that threaten their health. In the past… Continue Reading →
This month, our team welcomes Heidi Myers as the new Director of Finance and Operations for CORAL. Along with a love for the ocean, Myers brings more than 25 years of financial and operational experience in multiple sectors. She has dedicated recent years to NGO projects in both Haiti and Uganda, and is now excited… Continue Reading →
This December, Jenny Myton stepped into a new role as Conservation Program Director, now supervising all of our programs worldwide. Her vision, extensive knowledge, and long-term experience working in coral reef conservation, make her the perfect candidate for this position. Myton has been in the CORAL family since 2008 and has been an essential part… Continue Reading →
By Madhavi Colton, Ph.D.; Helen Fox, Ph.D.; Lisa McManus, Ph.D.; and Malin Pinsky, Ph.D. The trends are clear: around the world, coral reefs are dying. Just a few weeks ago we learned that we lost 14% of the world’s coral reefs in just 10 years, and that the primary driver of this decline is climate… Continue Reading →
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