Our conservation efforts around the world are supported by a dedicated, brilliant team.
Mesoamerican Region Program Staff
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Here at CORAL, summer travel is in full swing. During recent weeks, our staff from around the world have amplified CORAL’s mission to save coral reefs by taking part in various conservation events. We believe it’s vital to collaborate with organizations and leaders in science and conservation to enhance our work, share knowledge, and ultimately… Continue Reading →
It’s time to give a warm welcome to CORAL’s new Executive Director: Heather Starck. In addition to more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit conservation management, Starck brings both a background in marine biology and an incredible enthusiasm for CORAL’s mission to save the world’s coral reefs. Prior to CORAL, Starck served as the… Continue Reading →
There’s no question about it—the ocean inspires us. It inspires us to protect its unique and diverse underwater creatures. It inspires us to support the millions of people that rely on the ocean’s food, medicines, and economic opportunities. And it inspires us to continue believing in the strength and reliance of the ocean’s coral reef… Continue Reading →
Today’s decision by the Supreme Court on West Virginia v. EPA is a threat to coral reefs and the people who depend on them. Read our full statement from Dr. Helen Fox, Conservation Science Director of the Coral Reef Alliance, on the Supreme Court’s ruling.
CORAL’s Regional Program Director for Mesoamerica, Tanya Amaya, was selected to be one of the 13 ambassadors to serve in a new and selective global ambassador program led by our partner, Panorama. The initiative provides CORAL with an opportunity to share, promote, and help implement replicable solutions for coral reef conservation on a larger scale. … Continue Reading →
From Oakland to Maui to Cozumel to Roatan, CORAL is truly spread throughout the world with staff that are working together to save coral reefs. We started a transition to a fully remote workplace in 2020, and since then CORAL has been able to utilize a wider pool of talented staff members and provide a… Continue Reading →
Coral Restoration Likely Won’t Be Enough to Save Coral Reefs. That’s Why We Focus on Reducing Marine Threats
Why don’t we focus on coral restoration? It’s a question we, at CORAL, have been asked time and time again. We address overfishing, minimize water pollution, support local communities, monitor coral bleaching, and lead cutting-edge research on coral adaptation to climate change…but we don’t generally work on coral restoration projects. Our decision comes down to… Continue Reading →
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 →