“Reefs at Risk Revisited” report presents comprehensive analysis of threats to coral reefs
75% of coral reefs around the globe are under threat. How can the world respond?
Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Administrator, NOAA, and leading experts discuss “Reefs at Risk Revisited” report findings and solutions.
By Lauretta Burke and Katie Reytar on October 21, 2010
Three-quarters of Americans have not.
Nestled amid the concrete and steel of midtown Manhattan, the Ana Tzarev Gallery was recently abuzz with talk of a completely different kind of ecosystem: coral reefs.
The grounding of a freight vessel poses yet another challenge to the world’s most diverse marine habitat.
Reef ecosystems face both local and global threats. Here is what needs to be done to ensure the world’s corals and mangroves are preserved.
Lauretta Burke explains why President Bush’s recent designation of 195,000 square miles of coral rich marine habitat in the Pacific Ocean is important to global reef conservation efforts.
In recent decades, the giant Mesoamerican Barrier Reef has recovered from repeated bleaching events.
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