Find below the latest news and updates from our work and activity around the globe.

Soneva and Coralive embark on Project to Launch One of the World’s Largest Coral Nurseries

October 27, 2021. Soneva has launched an ambitious programme to restore coral reef systems and create a coral hub for the Maldives. A partnership between the Soneva Foundation, the Swiss environmental organisation Coralive and the global ecosystem restoration organisation Ark2030, the project aims to protect and regenerate this vital marine habitat, which has been decimated […]

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Scaling up coral restoration around Fregate Island

Fregate Island, Blancpain and are pleased to announce the release of the latest short film on their experimental coral restoration initiative, a project that is part of their long-standing Ocean Commitment program to restore and preserve the marine environment in the Seychelles. As the situation of corals continues to be challenging, the teams have found a way to take […]

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Novus Bank confirms Charity Partnership with Coralive

Innovative fintech app and debit card, Novus, has announced its partnership with a number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and charities as part of its mission to generate positive social and environmental impact from everyday spending. Carefully selected for their contributions within positive social, environmental and/or economic change, the 10 NGOs that will be working alongside […]

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Taking our Maldives project to a new dimension

With the project season 2020/21 coming to an end, our arrival in the Maldives is a synonym of an exciting event since our biggest coral project just evolved into the creation of our first marine education & research center. Three years ago… The first time we came to the Maadhunifaru lagoon located in the north […]

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Collecting data to design better coral restoration projects

We are back on Fregate Island in the Seychelles for the 3rd phase of our coral restoration project to continue our research and conservation work on the local reef supported by the Mineral Accretion Technology (MAT). This time we will focus on finding the most cost efficient way to power and maintain electrified reef structures. […]

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