As the climate crisis, overfishing and pollution are making reef degradation a regular event, scientists have made it clear that without human intervention, the world’s coral reef system will be lost. In collaboration with CarbonEthics and Livingseas Asia, we rehabilitated the corals of Padangbai with local youth people in Bali. Are you ready to join the reef rehabilitation experience?
Indonesian Coral Reef Rehabilitation – Padang Bai, Bali
Coral Reef Restoration Project in a Thousand Island
Coral reef rehabilitation in Thousand Island aims to restore coral reef cover that has been damaged as a result of human activities. Seeing that the Thousand Islands are coral islands, coral reefs are greatly significant in the coastal protection of the local community. Besides its ecological benefit, this project also provides income through restoration projects and tourism activities and helps boost up the potential of marine tourism in the Thousand Islands which was previously damaged by over 60%.
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