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Healthy Reef, Indonesia. Michael Webster, CORAL Photo by David Burdick, NOAA Photo by Claire Fackler, NOAA Stream gulch restoration in Wahikuli P:CORAL Staff

The Coral Reef Alliance

Org #4245
Vetted since 2010
1994
year founded
$17,156
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Healthy coral reefs are some of the most diverse and valuable ecosystems on the planet. Nearly a billion people live near coral reefs, with many relying on reefs for food, coastal protection from storms and erosion, and income from fishing, recreation, and tourism*. At a global scale, coral reefs have enormous intrinsic value as the ocean's richest biodiversity hotspot. In addition, coral reef biodiversity is increasingly becoming a primary source for the biological compounds used to develop new medicines. Yet coral reefs also represent one of the most imperiled biomes on the planet. An estimated 60 percent of the world's reefs are under immediate and direct threat from local activi... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Dory Gannes
Dory Gannes
Coral Reef Alliance
Coral Reef Alliance
Team
Michael Webster
Organization Information
1330 Broadway
Suite 1602
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
510-370-0500

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3913288751
Organization Information
1330 Broadway
Suite 1602
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
510-370-0500

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3913288751

Project Reports

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Dec 18, 2019
Raising Chickens and Bees to Save Coral Reefs
Coral reefs provide an important source of food and income for coastal and island communities around the world. But more than 55 percent of reefs are threatened by overfishing globally. Overfishing...
Oct 16, 2019
Hawaii Wai Ola Citizen Science Program Launches
"A`ohe hua o ka mai`a i ka la ho’okaahi — When a task is done together, no task is too big.” University of Hawaii – Hilo (UHH) students and alumni test water quality in...
Aug 16, 2019
CORAL Study Published in Nature Climate Change
In a pioneering peer-reviewed study, scientists from the Coral Reef Alliance demonstrate that coral reef management that takes evolution and adaptation into account can help rescue coral reefs...
 
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