Adaptation Design Tool Online Course Announcement

Adaptation Design Tool Online Course Announcement

This mentored course has already taken place, but you still find the Adaptation Design Tool self-paced course here. Ready to get practical with adapting your management activities in light of climate change, but wondering how to organize what can be a complicated...
Manager Success Stories

Manager Success Stories

While there are many stories to tell, here is what support from the Network looks like and how it translates into real action for improved coral health. Meet the managers: Read more manager spotlight stories to learn about other projects.
Restoration Workshop Live Stream

Restoration Workshop Live Stream

This live stream of the Coral Reef Ecosystem Restoration Workshop at the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force meeting was broadcast as part of the of Coral Restoration Consortium webinar series and features two panels highlighting research and restoration of sponge and coral...
New Techniques for Coral Restoration Seminar

New Techniques for Coral Restoration Seminar

SECORE International hosted a workshop at the Carmabi Marine Research Station Curaçao from May 18th – 27th. The opening day of the workshop started with a seminar to provide a global picture of coral restoration, discussing current obstacles and potential...
New Resource on Community-Based Climate Adaptation

New Resource on Community-Based Climate Adaptation

We recently launched our new Community-Based Climate Adaptation module which complies the latest scientific guidance and tools to help managers assess social and ecological vulnerability to climate change and other stressors. We interviewed Lizzie McLeod, our...
How Scientists Can Inform Marine Resource Management

How Scientists Can Inform Marine Resource Management

How will improving understanding of marine ecosystems lead to better management and conservation?  One of our lead scientists, Dr. Elizabeth McLeod,  provides helpful tips for marine scientists on how to make their research more useful for managers. Read the article....
Year in Review

Year in Review

In 2016, The Reef Resilience Network convened hundreds of marine resource managers, scientists, and decision-makers to inspire greater collaboration, share cutting-edge resilience science, and improve management decisions. The International Coral Reef Symposium and...
How do I join the Network Forum?

How do I join the Network Forum?

Follow these easy steps to join the Reef Resilience Network Forum, an interactive online community of coral reef managers and practitioners from around the world. Fill out and submit the registration form here. We will review your registration and contact you if we...
New Network Resources: Spotlight on the Western Indian Ocean

New Network Resources: Spotlight on the Western Indian Ocean

This month we’re highlighting recently developed case studies and webinars about coral reef and fisheries research and management strategies from the Western Indian Ocean (WIO). In showcasing management actions undertaken in the region, we hope to prompt ideas and inspire WIO managers and practitioners, as well as managers around the world. Happy reading and watching!

WE ARE 10!!!

WE ARE 10!!!

Can you believe it? A decade ago, TNC – with the support of partners AROUND THE WORLD– launched the Reef Resilience Network, creating what would grow to become a global network of resource managers sharing ideas, experiences, and expertise to effectively manage our coral reefs and reef fisheries.

It’s not loo late for coral reefs

It’s not loo late for coral reefs

In a new article published today in the world’s leading academic journal, Science, Mark Spalding, Senior Marine Scientist for The Nature Conservancy looks at the broad issues surrounding the current situation of coral reefs and highlights points of hope. “There is growing concern around coral reefs,” said Spalding.

Behind-the-scenes on Project REGENERATE

Behind-the-scenes on Project REGENERATE

Project REGENERATE, a collaborative conservation science and management project to enhance the resilience of social-ecological coral reef systems in the Maldives, supports the sustainable management of coastal resources, particularly coral reefs, in order to build economic, social, and environmental resilience to the adverse effects of climate change.

New and improved Network Forum

Check out our interactive online community to connect and share with other coral reef managers and practitioners from around the world about marine management.

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