The Reef Resilience Network is a partnership effort led by opens in a new windowThe Nature Conservancy that builds the capacity of reef managers and practitioners around the world to better address the local impacts on coral reefs from climate change and other stressors.
The Reef Resilience Network has the following main components:
- Aggregation, translation and access to new coral reef science and management strategies for coral reef practitioners through opens in a new windowResilience, opens in a new windowCoral Reef, opens in a new windowCoral Reef Fisheries and opens in a new windowCommunity-Based Climate Adaptation modules.
- Communication to coral reef managers worldwide on new resources and tools for managing for resilience
- Virtual capacity-building that is implemented through the Reef Resilience opens in a new windowonline course, a opens in a new windowwebinar series, and the opens in a new windowReef Resilience Network
- Intensive, in-person trainings and experiences for coral reef managers in order to improve management techniques on the ground, through Training of Trainers Workshops and learning exchanges. This includes seed funding for on-the-ground trainings led by workshop participants.
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