News

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

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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Marine Biology Master Student Position on Fregate, Seychelles

CORAL RESTORATION STUDY SUPPORTED BY MINERAL ACCRETION TECHNOLOGY (CHARGING REEF STRUCTURES 24 HRS VS 12 HRS DAYTIME VS 12 HRS NIGHTTIME) Location: Fregate Island Private, Seychelles Renowned conservation retreat Fregate Island Private and Coralive.org are pleased to announce a year-long Master’s Research Position at Fregate Island Private in collaboration with luxury Swiss watchmaker, Blancpain. The […]

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Conservation around Fregate Island

Since 2018, Blancpain and Fregate Island Private have joined forces to study, restore and preserve the marine environment around the island. Coralive.org and BlueNomads.org led the field projects with additional support from the Green Islands Foundation, and the Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust. A new short film illustrates these efforts. Fregate Island is the […]

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Carbon Neutral Flights

As an international organization, we happen to fly quite a bit in order to get to our project locations. Often times we get confronted how we comprehend this rather contradictory fact of producing CO2 and help corals to regrow that are suffering due to elevated levels of CO2 in the atmosphere in the first place. […]

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Scientific Research on Mineral Accretion in Kenya

In December 2019, Coralive.org, in conjunction with the REEFolution foundation and Wageningen Research University, began the establishment of a scientific report to test the effects of the mineral accretion process. So far, the successes of the technique have been represented, primarily, through photographs taken in the Maldives and the Seychelles, and despite the seemingly positive […]

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