Reviving coral reefs in Indonesia
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To make a rewarding personal contribution to marine biodiversity and the protection of sea life in Indonesia, visitors to the island of Nusa Penida can adopt a coral.
This helps to rehabilitate reefs in the Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area. The option exists to plant the coral directly while snorkelling around the coral garden. Alternatively, a diver can do it on the sponsor’s behalf. Participants will learn about rehabilitation techniques and receive a photo of the tagged coral and an ‘Adopt-A-Coral’ certificate. They will also receive an update about their planted baby coral’s state of growth.
The initiative has been created by the Nuansa Pulau Community Group, in conjunction with the Coral Triangle Centre, an independent, non-profit foundation focused on the sustainable management of marine and coastal resources across the Coral Triangle area.