Nature

Fabien Cousteau Visits Exuma to Study Damaged Reef

 Above: Fabien Cousteau with one of the Discovery Club members (BIS Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A recent incident that saw a boat run aground into a coral reef in Exuma led to a visit this weekend by noted …

A Bonaire Resort’s Plan to Save the Caribbean’s Coral Reefs

 Above: the coral nursery at the Buddy Dive Resort in Bonaire (Photo: Buddy Dive Resort) By Alexander Britell KRALENDIJK — From overfishing and pollution to disease and climate change, the Caribbean’s coral reefs are in serious jeopardy. But a dive …

Largest Coral Reef Research Facility in United States Set to Open in Florida

 Above: the new coral reef research facility at Nova Southeastern University (Photo: NSU) By the Caribbean Journal staff Nova Southeastern University in Florida will soon debut a $50 million facility that will be the largest coral reef research centre in …

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 Above: one of the reef units (Photo: GIS) By the Caribbean Journal staff Montserrat is into its second phase on a project building artificial reefs. The Montserrat Reef Project, which was initiated by Scuba Montserrat’s Andrew Myers and Emmy Aston, …

 Sir Thomas Moore, a lawyer in New York and longtime supporter of ocean renewal, donated $100,000 to help completely end all forms of trawling in Belize. Moore made the contribution as part of the Christie’s Green Auction last week. The …