Over twenty participants from Belize received online training to develop theoretical skills needed to become first responders to coral reefs after hurricanes cause reef damage.
Join us to learn more about the Global Fund for Coral Reefs (GFCR, or the Fund). This exciting blended finance vehicle will seek to invest US $500 million in coral reef conservation over the next 10 years!
New webinar series featuring “building blocks” of resilience-based management from around the globe, brought to you by the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s Resilient Reefs Initiative in cooperation with the Reef Resilience Network.
An outbreak of an epizootic coral disease, known as Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD), is severely impacting coral reef ecosystems in the Atlantic-Caribbean region.
The Coral Restoration Consortium’s Genetics Working Group presents a webinar on their recently-published paper Considerations for maximizing the adaptive potential of restored coral populations in the western Atlantic.
Many thanks to our members and contributors for all you do to improve one another’s ability to manage and restore the world’s coral reefs!
Seventy managers, scientists, and policy makers participated in a Resilience-Based Management (RBM) workshop in Townsville, Australia in conjunction with the 2019 International Coral Reef Initiative general meeting.
Two new two case studies on emergency and rapid response efforts after major storms that occurred in 2017
Take a 10-minute survey to identify the data you need to make decisions about managing reefs. Your input will be used to improve information platforms.
Eight conservation staff from the Fundación Antonio Núñez Jiménez de la Naturaleza y el Hombre participated in a three-day workshop in Havana, Cuba.
Thirty-one Marine Protected Area (MPA) professionals from Seychelles, Kenya, and Tanzania participated in a week-long training in August at the Seychelles Maritime Academy to develop skills in areas critical to MPA management
The Reef Resilience Network and The Nature Conservancy Latin American, Mexico, & North Central America Program sponsored manager Adrian Andrés Morales of the Centro Regional de Investigación Acuícola y Pesquera
With the support of the NOAA Coral Conservation Program, 15 coral reef managers from American Samoa, Florida, Guam, and CNMI received individual communication planning support tailored to their needs.
Thirty-five natural resource professionals representing 10 countries and 30 agencies in the Caribbean participated in a three-day workshop held in St. Lucia
Reef restoration mentored online course, 2019.