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Livingseas Coral Reef Restoration

Livingseas Coral Reef Restoration

Livingseas has seen great success using the MARRS reef stars method at our site, and the modularity of the structure itself has helped us gain more flexibility in its placement. By building 5 hectares of reef, Livingseas will not only be giving back to the ocean and rebuilding the lost marine habitat and biodiversity in the area, but also impacting the local communities that depend on this reef for sustenance and tourism.
Project ID: LSCRS
Coral Reef Stars

Everclime's First Coral Reef Stars

Everclime is proud to partner with Livingseas in their coral reef star restoration initiative. Together, we are making a real impact on the health and resilience of coral reefs. Thanks to the support of Everclime customers, we have funded the planting of two coral reef stars off the coast of Bali, as shown in the photo. We believe in the power of collaboration and are thrilled to be working with Livingseas to create positive change for our oceans. Together, we are turning positive intent into tangible environmental action.
Everclime's First Coral Reef Stars

Reef Site

The Baung Penyu and Mimpang reef sites are located off the coast of Bali, Indonesia, and are known for their diverse and vibrant marine ecosystems. Baung Penyu, which means "turtle neck" in Indonesian, is a popular dive site with healthy coral reefs and a wide variety of fish and other marine creatures. Mimpang, on the other hand, is known for its strong currents and challenging diving conditions, but offers the chance to see larger marine animals like sharks and mola mola. Both sites are important for local tourism and provide economic benefits to the surrounding communities. However, like many coral reefs around the world, they are also threatened by human activities such as overfishing and pollution.
Reef Site

Reef Recovery

The marine ecosystem has fully rebounded, with an incredible amount of marine biodiversity coming back to live on the new reef.

With work continuing on the restoration site, any diver or even non-diver can come to learn about coral restoration by joining the project, and getting your hands dirty with some coral restoration!

United Nations: Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 interconnected goals established by the United Nations in 2015. The SDGs provide a comprehensive framework for addressing the world's most pressing economic, social, and environmental challenges.

Global impact groups play a crucial role in supporting the SDGs by creating mechanisms to mobilise resources, collaborate with stakeholders, and drive collective action toward achieving the goals. These groups have the capacity to leverage their expertise and resources to make a significant positive impact.