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  • published Meso-American Reef Day 2022 2022-03-10 09:51:54 -0600

    MesoAmerican Reef Day 2022



    MAR Day 2022 – Mesoamerican Reef Anniversary

    Our actions this year will help highlight the UNWOD theme; “Revitalization: Collective Action for the Ocean” and the Tulum Declaration. We’ll commemorate the Mesoamerican Reef Anniversary with a diverse, inclusive and impactful program composed of the following actions:


    Recognitions and awards

    • Reef Conservation Merit: Cozumel Island Citizen Collective (Merito a la Conservación del Arrecife: Colectivo Ciudadano Isla Cozumel) – March 10th – 11am GMT-6 – Virtual @ Restore Coral YouTube Channel 



    Innovation and Immersive Education




    • Coralize: Regenerative Snorkeling by Michel Abrao, Chief Regenerative Diver – March 12th & 13th – 3pm GMT-6 – Cozumel, Quintana Roo. RSVP [email protected]



    Impact and regeneration

    • Marine Ecology & Coral Restoration Course by Mahahual Coral Reef Restoration Project March – 15th 8am GMT-6 – Mahahual, Quintana Roo. RSVP [email protected]


    • Innovative Financial Mechanisms: Healing Coral NFT – Result Base Payment – March 16th, 3pm GMT-6 –
      @ Going beyond COP26: innovative instruments to accelerate climate finance in Latin America
      Hacienda Yaxcopoil – Merida, Yucatán.


    • Coral Transplantation by Mahahual Coral Reef Restoration Project March -18th -8am GMT-6 – Mahahual, Quintana Roo. RSVP [email protected]




    This action is brought to you by Mares Naturalia & Restore Coral, proud members of the Friends of the UN World Oceans Day (FOWOD)

    You’re invited! Celebrate #UNWorldOceansDay with us and @unworldoceansday, on 8 June and its Oceans Week!

    It is a hybrid event exploring oceanic biodiversity, new discoveries, innovative solutions for our changing ocean, and the economic opportunities that the ocean sustains.⁠ 

    Learn more & RSVP at!⁠

  • published UN World Ocean Day 2020 in Innovación social 2020-06-09 14:47:58 -0500

    UN World Ocean Day 2020

    Ocean Innovation Hub

    An Immersive and interactive digital platform

    for Sustainable Ocean Solutions

    June 12 (Fri) from 12:00 Noon - 7:00 PM EST

    Join us in this inspiring virtual conference space to learn more and exchange ideas about the most important issues today facing our oceans. The full day experience will include discussions, films , music and photography exhibitions about the world's oceans.

    This event will be the grand finale for the UN World Oceans week of events around the theme for 2020 - "Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean"

    Learn more about the Virtual space:


    Inside the Ocean Innovation Hub:

    - Conferences

    - Exhibitions

    - Artwork

    - Library / Educational space

    - Sustainable Fashion

    - Film Screenings

    - Music

    - Photography



    Restore Coral and Peace Boat US


    More information :

    UN World Oceans Day website

    About the UN Sustainable Development Goals


    Powered by:

    Laval Virtual & Metro New Media



    Join us on the livestream via youtube here:



    UN Ocean Innovation Hub

    Theater and Conference Room Schedule

    12:00 PM EST -  7:00 PM EST 

    Register at

    Streaming at


    [ Ocean Innovation Conference Room ]  

    12:00 PM Noon -  Opening 

    12:15 PM - Opening message  ( Laval Virtual CEO Laurent Chrétien / Restore Coral  Co-founder Roberto Cerda/ 2050 life investments Founder Jose Lindo) 

    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM  Sustainable Blue Economy: an opportunity for post-pandemic economic re-activation and well-being with OECD, CICESE, Global Coral Reef Alliance 

    3:00 PM -   Against the Tide: A Journey for Climate Hope -  Film Screening   (30 min) 

    3:30 PM -   Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassador short film ( 6 min )

    +  Q/A with Director Ryan Carl  (TBD)

    4:00 PM -  Innovation for the Resilience of the Mesoamerican Reef, cases of success, with Plan a Million Corals, Sea Shepherd México & Restore Coral

    5:00 PM -  Ecoship Presentation and Video - zoom or live with Peace 

    Boat US Director, Emilie McGlone 

    -Ziggy Livnat presentation live as in the space “For the Seas Productions”

    6:00 PM - Innovative financial mechanisms: José Lindo Solis, Ibero-America Focal point Climate Chain Coalition + closing message by Emilie McGlone.


    [ Ocean Films Theater Space ] 


    12:00 PM Noon -  Opening with film ANGEL AZUL by Marcelina Cravat

    1:00 PM -   Ocean Music Hour via soundcloud from Nhii  (DJ / Producer )

    2:00 PM -   Ocean Heroes Network  livestream via vimeo 

    2:30 PM -   FXB Climate Advocates Ocean Film Showcase  | Create 2030

    2:45 PM  - Basta la Plastica short film from Giada / Ecoshaker

    3:30 PM -  Christophe Bailhache from Underwater Earth - Deep Sea Exploration 

    4:00 PM -  PangeaSeed Foundation - Sea Walls and Color the Sea with Me 

    5:00 PM -  Earth X short Youth Film Screening   (30 min) 

    6:00 PM -  Ocean Music Hour via soundcloud with Melanie (DJ)


    Meet the Partners



  • Desafío "Viaja, Disfruta y Respeta"

    February 12, 2018
    Contact: Contact Restore Coral





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  • published Innovación social 2017-09-03 09:54:07 -0500

  • published Laboratorio de investigación in Restauración 2017-08-30 18:00:19 -0500

  • published Restauración 2017-08-29 12:31:10 -0500

  • published Home 2017-08-29 11:41:02 -0500

  • published Conoce al equipo in Nosotros 2017-08-29 00:11:16 -0500

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  • published Involúcrate 2016-07-11 07:40:59 -0500

  • published Adopta un coral in Involúcrate 2016-07-11 07:34:32 -0500

  • published Proyectos 2016-07-10 22:04:36 -0500

  • ¿Cómo se alimentan los corales?



    Los pólipos de los corales formadores de arrecifes tienen una relación simbiótica con ciertas algas unicelulares, llamadas zooxantelas. Esta relación beneficia tanto a las algas como al coral. Las zooxantelas viven dentro de los tejidos del coral y capturan la energía del sol a través de la fotosíntesis, proporcionando así los alimentos para el coral. Hasta el 90% de los nutrientes que obtiene un coral ocurre de esta forma. A cambio, el coral les proporciona protección, acceso a la luz solar y los nutrientes del plancton que es capturado por los pólipos.

    Al igual que las medusas y las anémonas, los pólipos de coral también tienen tentáculos urticantes que utilizan para atrapar comida. Los corales se alimentan principalmente de noche, extendiendo los tentáculos en el agua corriente para atrapar el plancton, las pequeñas partículas de alimentos e incluso a veces peces muy pequeños.

  • published Quiénes somos 2016-06-30 14:24:06 -0500

  • published Colaboradores in Nosotros 2016-06-30 11:39:27 -0500