The Reef Resilience Toolkit provides the latest information, guidance, and resources to help managers address the impacts of climate change and local threats to coral reefs.

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The latest science and management guidance on resilience and coral reef fisheries.
Updated information on coral reef science and management and the Reef Resilience Program.

Network Forum

Our online community for coral reef practitioners to exchange ideas and share resources.
Learn from experts in coral reef and fisheries science, management, and communications as they discuss hot topics during live interactive webinars.

Time Change: May 10, 2016 at 6:00 PM HST, May 11 at 8:00 AM SCT (UTC +4:00)

Phanor transporting coral fragments3In 2010, the NGO Nature Seychelles launched the USAID/UNDP-GEF- funded Reef Rescuers: Restoring Reefs in the Face of Climate Change Project. This large-scale coral restoration project seeks to repair coral bleaching damage in selected sites around Praslin and Cousin islands, Republic of Seychelles. Dr. Phanor H Montoya-Maya, former Technical & Scientific Officer of the Reef Rescuers Project, discusses the effectiveness of this work on restoring coral reef ecosystem services, and building reef resilience and resistance to bleaching. This webinar highlights the need to consider large-scale coral reef restoration as a cost-effective tool to include in the MPA manager’s toolbox. Register.