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Making Sense of Climate Denial

Climate change is having a devastating impact on coral reef ecosystems around the world. Conserving these precious marine treasure troves requires a global agreement and a strong commitment to collaboration. Despite a clear scientific consensus on the existence and impact of human caused global warming and the need to act quickly, myths and misinformation are surprisingly widespread.

Coral reef
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Coral Reefs: Intro to Challenges and Solutions

As some of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, tropical coral reefs are home to approximately one quarter of all marine species, including fish, invertebrates, algae, and microorganisms. These ecosystems are also highly productive systems, providing food and income for millions of people.