End of the Year Guam Year of the Reef Celebration!
Guam Year of the Reef 2018 is wrapping up, and we’d like to celebrate with all of our dedicated partners and community members.
Discover the treasures of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Discovering the Treasures of the Yucatan Peninsula is being hosted by the Laboratory of Ecology of Coral Reef Ecosystems (LEEAC) of CINVESTAV Mexico, within the framework of the International Year of the Reef 2018 at The Harbor Merida shopping mall, Yucatan, Mexico.
Coral reef presentation evening, Paris
The French Federation for Marine Underwater Studies and Sports (FFESSM) is a socio-professional consortium of actors whose work is directly […]
University of Sydney Marine Studies Showcase 2018
This year the Sydney Marine Studies Showcase will be centered around the body of work carried out by University of Sydney scientists on the Great Barrier Reef highlighting the One Tree Island Research Station.
Les coraux:des trésors en péril?
Le Palais de la découverte accueille 4 chercheuses de l’IRD pour des exposés animés sur le thème « Les coraux […]
Chasing Coral screening, England
As part of the International Year of the Reef 2018, the Cambridge University Marine Conservation Society, with CCF Marine, will be screening the award-winning film “Chasing Coral” which documents the current plight of the world’s coral reefs.
Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference
The Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference – Global Eco brings the world’s leading speakers on ecotourism, sustainability and responsible tourism.
Un día del Arrecife, Mexico
To commemorate the International Year of the Reef, a group of students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in the National School of Superior Studies (ENES) in Morelia decided to create a “Coral Day” to share and spread the work and importance of these organisms as creators of life.
Beneath tide, Running forest- An art and science exploration of Singapore’s marine biodiversity
Globally, marine biodiversity is under threat – pollution is on the rise and oceanic life is disappearing. Yet, marine life […]
Seychelles Ocean Festival
The Seychelles Tourism Board is proud to be once again spearheading the organisation of the 2018 Seychelles Ocean Festival, the successor to the iconic and long-running SUBIOS (Sub Indian Ocean Seychelles) which, for two decades, played an important role in raising the profile of diving in Seychelles and also sensitising generations of Seychellois and visitors alike concerning the beauty and fragility of the Seychelles marine environment.