The new Wastewater Pollution Toolkit demystifies the complex issue of ocean sewage and wastewater pollution providing the latest science and strategies to help marine managers address sewage threats and protect marine systems and human health
In March 2021, the Reef Resilience Network hosted a four-week mentored online course on Remote Sensing and Mapping for Coral Reef Conservation.
Join Katie Velasco from Rare’s Center for Behavior & the Environment as she explains why we need behaviorally-informed solutions to address the problem of ocean sewage pollution.
The course is designed to help marine managers, conservation practitioners, scientists, decision makers, and GIS professionals
Aquaculture experts will discuss the development of sustainable finfish aquaculture in coral reef areas.
New coral reef restoration case studies from around the world on new designs, large-scale efforts, climate adaptation, and working with communities.
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!
A two-month mentored online course for 14 managers, practitioners, scientists, and community leaders from Kenya resulted in the first cohort of regional restoration practitioners trained in restoration planning and best practices.
The Manager’s Guide to Coral Reef Restoration Planning and Design leads reef managers through a six-step, iterative process resulting in the development of a Restoration Action Plan to enhance reef resilience and recovery
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.