Solutions for our biggest challenges

Learn about current best practices for restoring coral reefs Volunteer divers working in the Coral Restoration Foundation Tavernier Nursery off of Key Largo, Florida. Photo © Coral Restoration Foundation

Connect with other managers & experts

Join our global online community of coral reef managers and practitionersMarine managers from the Western Indian Ocean on coral reef resilience field trip Zanzibar Tanzania Photo @ TNC

Build new skills

Explore online courses in restoration, strategic communication, climate-smart design, and resilience-based managementCollecting coral gametes from Acropora corals. Photo © Barry Brown/SECORE International

Meet the managers

See how managers around the world are protecting our reefsWestern Indian Ocean manager training in the Seychelles. Photo © TNC

Through a growing network of managers and experts, the Reef Resilience Network connects individuals at the front lines of coral reef conservation with peers, content experts, tools, and operational knowledge to address threats and mobilize action for improved coral reef health. We invite you to explore the management strategies featured below and connect with the Network through our online discussion forum.

“The Reef Resilience Network is the goto website for academics, managers and practitioners seriously interested in any aspect of conservation or restoration of coral reefs.”

Dr. Anastazia Banaszak

Integrative Reef Conservation Research Lab, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Our Impact

4,120

Managers and practitioners who have received training online and/or in-person

50

Managers’ projects launched with funding support ref

180,000+

People access our online toolkit annually ref