We focus on two primary strategies for achieving our goals: restoring existing coral reefs and building new artificial reefs. Restoring existing coral reefs is a critical component of our work. The world's coral reefs are under intense pressure from a range of human-induced stressors, such as overfishing, pollution, climate change, and physical damage.
Our team works to restore damaged or degraded reefs through the deployment of a range of restoration techniques. We employ methods such as coral gardening, which involves propagating coral colonies in nurseries and then replanting them onto damaged reefs. We also use advanced techniques, such as assisted evolution, to select and breed corals with traits that make them better able to withstand climate change and other pressures.
Building new artificial reefs is a key strategy for our team. These reefs can provide additional habitat for coral and other marine life, as well as protect vulnerable shorelines from coastal erosion and storm surges. We work with a variety of materials and technologies to build these reefs, including concrete structures, steel frames, and recycled materials. We also incorporate eco-friendly design principles, such as ensuring the placement of the reefs does not disrupt natural currents or sediment flow.
Our team is made up of scientists, conservationists, and other professionals with a passion for coral reef restoration. Through our work, we strive to promote sustainable development and protect biodiversity. We collaborate with a range of partners, including local communities, government agencies, and NGOs, to achieve our goals.
We believe that by working together, we can achieve a healthy and thriving future for our planet's coral reefs. Thank you for visiting our website and learning more about our work.