We need to scale up our restoration capability to match the rate of loss.
Reefgen is building the automation to make it possible.
Over the past 30 years, nearly half of all coral reefs in the world have disappeared. By 2040, continued rising temperatures, bleaching, and pollution will kill an estimated 75% of remaining reefs...
...unless we drastically reduce human impact on oceans AND accelerate innovative solutions to plant billions of healthy corals. In the life and death race to replace the nearly 2.5 acres of coral reef currently dying every minute...
Reefgen aims to plant massive seagrass meadows to reverse the unprecedented worldwide losses over the recent decades.
Seagrass beds provide habitat for thousands of species of fish and invertebrates. They are also emerging as one of the most efficient natural carbon sequestration systems.
But... Seagrasses worldwide are in a state of decline. Recent studies show that not only have we lost a major portion of the total seagrass in the world but that the rate of loss is actually increasing.
With the generous support of the National Science Foundation, Reefgen is working to support healthy marine ecosystems and help save the ocean’s biodiversity.
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