Indonesia coral reef partially restored in extensive project

Indonesia’s coral reef is being reborn, partially restored as part of a large environmental protection project.

Approximately 40,000 square meters of coral reefs have been restored as part of a collaboration between local groups, the conservation organization The Nature Conservancy and the animal brand Sheba.

The project is part of a plan to restore 185,000 square meters of the world’s coral reefs by 2029. The coral reef intervention off the coast of Indonesia has seen an increase in coral cover from 5% to 55%.

These projects strongly supported by marine scientists can protect coral reefs around the world from the continuing threat of the impact of climate change.

Our editorial staff includes people with different professional backgrounds who share a passion for writing and who want to create and develop a dialogue with their readers and with the world.

Related Posts

Bentley Home’s First Atelier is in Corso Venezia in Milan

The central space is crossed by cuts of light and reflections, which from the large windows radiate on the furnishings of the collection passing through a wall completely framed by mirrors

Relationship: Richard Avedon retrospective at Palazzo Reale in Milan

"Relationships", this is the title of the exhibition, will be visible at the Palazzo Reale in Milan until January 29, 2023

The noble floor of Palazzo Reale in Milan hosts the Max Ernest retrospective

Pictor doctus, profound connoisseur and visionary interpreter of the history of art, philosophy, science and alchemy, Max Ernst is presented in this context as a humanist in the neo-Renaissance sense