Is it realistic to expect Asian landfills and il(legal) recycling plants to process our waste properly when we ourselves cannot? Act and use sustainable solutions.
Coral reefs are and have always been very fascinating. They are a wonderful world that is not accessible to everyone. This is why extra attention is now being given to coral at the Duikvaker Dive exhibition. We are, of course, present yet again!
CoralGardening has been asked to restore a, by dynamite fishing damaged reef, in Indonesia. During the inventory of the possibilities, we got a buddy .
Once a year, on Bangka Island, they Celebrate Coral Day!
The festival is organized in order to increase awareness of the importance of coral reefs. Every year a new section of artificial reef is deployed. This year the reef is the “The Domus Hippocampi,” it is designed by Teguh Ostenrik.
Last Month, October, CoralGardening made an appearance in a very colorful and fragrant place: the LUSH store located in Den Bosch.
Concrete is widely used under water, the surface of which is often very smooth. How can we adjust that surface to attract more marine life? We are experimenting to discover that.
On November 24 there is the fifth Coral Day. It is a big event where they celebrate the importance of coral reefs around Bangka Island.
They say we know more about the planets and the universe as…
CoralGardening will tell her story at a very peculiar place: the Lush shop in Den Bosch! A volunteer will tell you all the ins and outs of the work CoralGardening is doing and why this is necessary.
Ingrid van Beek of CoralGardening gave a lecture about coral reef restoration, at the Global Biodiversity Conservation Conference organised by the University of Life Sciences in Prague.