coral

A New Boost for Coral in St. Lucia

 The Sandals Foundation is partnering with CLEAR Caribbean in an effort to establish two coral nurseries aimed at restoring lost coral coverage in St. Lucia, as well as providing a habitat for marine life inside the Soufriere Marine Managed Area. …

How You Can Help in the Fight Against Coral Bleaching

 Projects Abroad is responding to a worldwide series of coral bleaching events through the efforts of its own Diving & Marine Conservation volunteering programs. Volunteers can join Projects Abroad in Belize to offer their help alleviating the effects of coral …

How Atlantis Is Helping Bahamian Coral

 Last week the Atlantis hotel completed a successful two-day harvesting and out planting of corals to three coral reefs off New Providence that were destroyed by 2016’s Hurricane Matthew. The ongoing project – an initiative of the nonprofit, Atlantis Blue Project …

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 The Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire expands By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire has named Eden Beach as a new partner in creating and rebuilding coral nursery. Over 80 Staghorn and Elkhorn coral colonies have been relocated to the …

 Above: saving corals in Bonaire By the Caribbean Journal staff A major Caribbean coral restoration project is expanding. The Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire has joined forces with the Coral Restoration Foundation to launch a similar project in Curacao. CRF Curacao …

 Above: coral in Bonaire By the Caribbean Journal staff When it comes to the protection of the environment, the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire is at the forefront of the region. And that’s exemplified in the work of the Bonaire Coral …

 Above: the newest coral nursery in Bonaire By the Caribbean Journal staff The threats facing coral reefs in the Caribbean are not new — neither is the reality of their dwindling numbers. But one island is doing something to save them: …

 Above: Outplanted staghorn (Acropora cervicornis) coral after one year of growth. (Photo: Kemit Amon Lewis) By Michael W Beck, PhDOp-Ed Contributor ELEUTHERA, Bahamas (25° 8′ 22″ N;  76° 8′ 59″ W) is one of my favourite islands. Unfortunately, storms seem to …

 Above: a Coral Reef (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Can coral reefs adapt to climate change? According to a new study from the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, coral reefs may be able to adapt to …