Tourist boat operations suspended over coral reef destruction
The unconvenient truth about anchor damage in reefs and what you can do against this.
With your help, we will be able to set further moorings in 2018 and effectively prevent anchoring in coral reefs.
While the Save Nemo Team is on the way to Sulawesi to protect Nemo (see http://save-nemo.org/en/next-stop-sulavesi-102017/) and his reefs, some of our members took some time to do some education work to the locals and tourists about microplastic.
But what is microplastic about?
Let’s Go …
… and the Save Nemo e.V. will anchor in the north of Sulawesi in October 2017 🙂
Of course we do not anchor! in reefs but plant about 30 moorings which are already prepared: Continue reading “Next Stop – Sulawesi 10/2017”
A large piece of coral near the island of Curacao was severely damaged. The perpetrator is believed to be construction company BAM, who is currently building a pier for cruise ships and other large vessels on the island, NOS reports.
Data highlights opportunities for the tourism industry to support better conservation outcomes
Our survival — and, for that matter, the continued existence of all life on earth — may be bound up with the well-being of coral reefs.