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Coral Bleaching

With warming water temperatures and ocean acidification, our planet's corals are experiencing mass bleaching events at an alarming rate. The conditions necessary to sustain healthy coral ecosystems and foster coral colonies are becoming increasingly difficult to achieve amidst the changing climate. Consequently, we are confronted with new challenges in our efforts to sustain them. Initiatives worldwide are underway to combat coral bleaching, yet with the ever-growing impact of climate change, these efforts face formidable obstacles. Through technology and biological innovations, conservation groups and marine biologists are finding ways to save our corals, but is it too late?

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,  "the world has lost 30 to 50 percent of its coral reefs already. Without significant intervention, tropical reef ecosystems could face global extinction by the end of the century." With habitat loss this significant we have to take action and fins sustainable solutions to the climate crisis. Without our reefs all marine life will suffer, because of the symbiotic relationships provided by the species. 

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