Sewage Mitigation Projects from Around the World

A panel of experts shared innovative and community-related sewage mitigation solutions in Africa, Latin America, and the United States. The panelists provided brief presentations followed by a panel discussion and a Q&A session with the audience sharing lessons...

Understanding Sewage Impacts in Hawai’i

Reef managers and scientists in Hawai’i presented about ways to uncover and understand what is in our water. Dr. Dan Amato from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa presented about statewide efforts identifying and mapping impacts of sewage pollution to...

New Guide for Reef Managers Webinar

In this webinar, experts presented the six-step process of the Manager’s Guide to Coral Reef Restoration Planning and Design. The guide supports the needs of reef managers seeking to begin restoration or assess their current restoration program. Based on global...

Evaluating Success in Restoration

A team of experts from the Coral Restoration Consortium’s Monitoring Working Group shared an overview of their new publication ‘Coral Reef Restoration Monitoring Guide: Methods to evaluate restoration success from local to ecosystem scales’. They...

Long Island Sewage Story Part II

Stuart Lowrie and Christopher Clapp of The Nature Conservancy shared about a 10-year effort to tackle the daunting nitrogen pollution issue on Long Island and shift the paradigm in water management. In the webinar, Stuart and Chris highlighted the role of...

Long Island Sewage Story Part I

Stuart Lowrie and Christopher Clapp of The Nature Conservancy share about a 10-year effort to tackle the daunting nitrogen pollution issue on Long Island and shift the paradigm in water management. They describe their ongoing recipe for impactful and enduring...

Wastewater 101

In Wastewater 101, Christopher Clapp of The Nature Conservancy provides an introduction to the basics of wastewater, including terminology, how septic systems work (and fail), and how wastewater is managed, treated, and discharged into our oceans directly and...

Global Fund for Coral Reefs

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!

pporno youjizz xmxx teacher xxx Sex