The Nature Conservancy Commits to Protecting Coral Reefs in the Mexican Caribbean

Around the world, coral reefs, especially those adjacent to uncontrolled land development and pollution, are dying. Eighty percent of the living coral along Mexico’s Caribbean coast has been lost or degraded since 1980 by pollution, overfishing, and storms. In Quintana Roo, The Nature Conservancy has brought together fisherman, hotel owners, government representatives, developers, coral specialists, and university researchers to seek a solution to restore the state’s coral reefs.
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