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Rising ocean temperature is leading to a mass coral bleaching

Bleaching is what occurs when corals are exposed to stressors such as raising water temperatures. When this happens globally, it is a threat to the ecosystem, both underwater and on land. 850 million people depend on corals for food, jobs and to protect coastlines from storms and erosion (WWF).

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To face today’s imminent challenges, new regulations are needed now. In addition to a global shift in our habits, it is necessary to implement new solutions especially in coastal areas. New materials, sustainable tourism, but also reef restoration solutions are blooming for the future.
Marine Hamelin, Blue economy expert
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Rising ocean temperature is leading to a mass coral bleaching

Bleaching is what occurs when corals are exposed to stressors such as raising water temperatures. When this happens globally, it is a threat to the ecosystem, both underwater and on land. 850 million people depend on corals for food, jobs and to protect coastlines from storms and erosion (WWF).

BLUMORPHO comment :

To face today’s imminent challenges, new regulations are needed now. In addition to a global shift in our habits, it is necessary to implement new solutions especially in coastal areas. New materials, sustainable tourism, but also reef restoration solutions are blooming for the future.
Marine Hamelin, Blue economy expert
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Rising ocean temperature is leading to a mass coral bleaching

Bleaching is what occurs when corals are exposed to stressors such as raising water temperatures. When this happens globally, it is a threat to the ecosystem, both underwater and on land. 850 million people depend on corals for food, jobs and to protect coastlines from storms and erosion (WWF).

BLUMORPHO comment :

To face today’s imminent challenges, new regulations are needed now. In addition to a global shift in our habits, it is necessary to implement new solutions especially in coastal areas. New materials, sustainable tourism, but also reef restoration solutions are blooming for the future.
Marine Hamelin, Blue economy expert
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