Duikvaker 2018 was a great success for young and slightly less young. For both diving and active holiday enthusiasts. Apart from all the latest gadgets in diving, there were also other activities and even a world record breaking attempt.
CoralGardening will participate in the Coral Reef Engineering Lab, where two of our questions will be presented to all kinds of experts in order to find a solution together. Do you want to use your creativity to restore coral reefs?
If you are going on a trip then here are seven tips to contribute to a healthy coral reef.
Duikvaker 2018 (the biggest Diving Exhibition in the Netherlands) was a great success again for young and slightly less younger people.
The CoralGarden has grown with 2 flowers, at the same time. It was the first time an artificial reef was assembled under water by freedivers. Both scuba and freediving teams had great fun.
According to scientists, the sixth mass extinction is now in full swing. Over the last decades about 50% of all species have disappeared. This extinction wave is caused by humans. That means we can do something about it!
I wanted to go on holiday, so I visiting Frank and Vera on Koh Tao and enjoy diving.
Frank and Vera inspired people to think further. Building an artificial reef is cool and fun to do, but it is very small scale. In my opinion this is not the solution to solve bigger issues like coral bleaching and climate change. Inspired by the flower building project, I started thinking about what I can do to improve our ocean.
Would you like to do something small for us? Just a little effort great pleasure for us.
Here are 7 things you can do from home to contribute to a healthy coral reef.