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Caribbean Islands Launch Region’s First Coral Reef Report Cards

As the globe celebrated World Oceans Day recently, six Caribbean countries marked their commitment to preserving the region’s extraordinary marine ecosystems by launching the first Eastern Caribbean coral reef report cards.Coral reefs are home to over 25 per cent of all marine species, protect the shore from waves and storms, and create tourism opportunities. Despite their economic and environmental importance, it is difficult to understand their health and status without searching through complex data or becoming a regular diver. It is for this reason that The Nature Conservancy combined existing data, collected by regional and international scientists, to create individual report cards for six countries.  Click here for the full story (Source: Jamaica Gleaner).

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