Uniting communities to save coral reefs
Headquartered in Oakland, California, and with field offices in Hawai'i, Fiji, Indonesia and Honduras, the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) unites communities to save coral reefs. Working with local people, communities and partners—from fishermen and government leaders to divers to scientists—CORAL protects one of our most valuable and threatened ecosystems. International teams design long-term and lasting conservation programs that reduce local threats to coral reefs and are replicated across the globe. For more information about CORAL or to make a donation to protect coral reefs, visit www.coral.org.Learn more
Coral reefs are home to more than 4,000 species of fish, 700 species of coral, and thousands of other species of plants and animals. Scientists estimate that, in total, more than one million species of plants and animals are associated with the coral reef ecosystem, but they also predict that all corals will be threatened by 2050, with 75 percent facing high to critical threat levels.
However, there is reason for hope; there are many clear-cut actions that can help coral reef ecosystems. The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) works at multiple scales from local to global to address reef threats. Act today to save coral reefs!
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