First-ever Eco-Audit of the Mesoamerican Reef Countries
By Katie Reytar and Witold Fraczek, Esri on January 19, 2012
This piece originally appeared in the Winter 2012 edition of Esri’s ArcUser Magazine. The full text, graphics, and GIS datasets are available here.
Recent news reports from Texas to Jamaica to the
”Reeling Reefs,” a feature story in the August 15th issue of American Way magazine, showcase
A new economic valuation shows what Jamaica’s economy stands to lose if its coral reefs decline further.
Despite their benefits to national economies, reefs around the world are at risk, including in the United States.
This week, WRI is joining Céline Cousteau to celebrate the life and legacy of Jacques Cousteau – a man who opened the world’s eyes to what lies beneath the sea.
A conversation with Céline Cousteau.
May 18 event at Sea Grill is a tribute to Captain Cousteau and our fragile ocean world
By The Hon. Al Gore on February 24, 2011
Reefs at Risk Revisited reveals a new reality about coral reefs and the increasing stresses they are under.
This piece originally appeared as the foreword to Reefs at Risk Revisited.
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