Conservation projects

  • Koh Mak Island
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    Oct 12
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    Koh Mak Conservation Project Koh Mak is one of the innumerous islands of Thailand that hosts coral reefs and a rich marine life. But just like most of the coral reefs, it has severely suffered 2010 hot weather event, leading to massive coral bleaching and the lost of marine diversity. In order to preserve the remaining corals, help future coral propagation [...]

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  • IMG_8072_modifié-1
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    Oct 12
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    SCR’s Beach Cleaning Events Physical pollution is a great threat to coral reefs and the whole beach ecosystem. This is why Save Coral Reefs organizes as many Beach Cleaning events as possible in order to act efficiently and alert the local communities. If you to believe that regular actions such as Beach Cleanings can conserve coral reefs and marine life [...]

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  • seagrass
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    Oct 12
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    SCR’s Seagrass Restauration Project Seagrasses are flowering plants that contribute to the maintenance and sustenance of aquatic life. These delicate green structures support hundreds of other underwater plants and animals. Seagrasses are globally rated as the third most valuable ecosystem. Save Coral Reefs takes part in this global challenge to protect seagrasses through local awareness and replanting programs. Join us! [...]

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  • MANGROVE REFORESTATION
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    Sep 12
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    SCR’s Mangrove Reforestation Program Mangroves play an essential part in the dynamic of coral reef ecosystems, costal protection and local sustainability. More than one third of the world’s mangroves area has been destroyed by human development /impact. Save Coral Reefs takes part in this global challenge to protect mangroves through local awareness and replanting programs. Join us! Join us!!! If [...]

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  • Igloo
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    May 12
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    Expansion of Koh Tao Coral Park Project After the success of Koh Tao’s Restoration Project, Save Coral Reefs is willing to carry out an Expansion Project in Haad Sai Daeng Bay. The more artificial reefs there are the more efficient will be the coral propagation and fish increase. The Expansion Project will assure the local economy and sustain marine biodiversity. [...]

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