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CORAL REEFS’ SURVIVAL, FACING THE BLEACHING THREAT

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We apologize by our English mistakes because it is not our native language and we gave urgency to information's dissemination. We appreciate all contributions for necessary corrections.


Welcome to the Coral Reefs’ Survival’s website !

 
Earth's Global Warming caused by CO2 accumulation, released into the atmosphere by human beings, is a known fact, and the IPCC is developing great effort for an agreement of governments to the limitation, stabilization and reversal of this imbalance. 

The consequence for the seas, has been the marine habitat's deterioration, which has caused the average loss of 50% of Earth's coral cover and scientists are warning to corals probable extinction until 2050, with serious consequence for marine biodiversity and socioeconomic balance of all who live in coastal regions.
Corals loss currently have ranged between 20% to 90% dependind on the region, we believe that many sites will reach total loss of corals, before that deadline, seeing that the Kyoto agreement had little effect and a new agreement is only expected for 2020.
 
We introduce here a solution which harmonizes and creates an energetically balanced environment, able to protect the corals from the harmful Global Warming effects and to improve their resistance’s, tolerance’s and resilience’s ability.
 
The rapid implentation of this solution on a large scale can help block the extinction of corals, expected until 2050, giving more time for the society and governments to deploy measures that allow stabilize and reverse global climate imbalance.
 
I have skills and personal "spiritual gifts" that allow me to create large harmonized marine regions, with the neutralization of all consequences caused by Global Warming. Bringing conditions for life to flow and resist to the stress that currently generates corals bleaching. Learn more at environmental harmonization and the details presented on this site.
 
Since January/2009 we are developing the harmonization in the marine environment, in order to help preserve the corals and all marine life. By visual observation we have identified excelente improvement on benthic cover and marine life, no new bleaching occurrences. More details at  historical and harmonizations.
 
To continue this work at the speed ,required for the Earth's corals, we are looking to partner with organizations that are attuned to the same goal of saving the corals and marine life. Our aim are to add to your projects, our ability to definitively eliminate the coral's bleaching threat.
 
We have at our disposal the energetic solution of environmental harmonization for the preservation of the corals in large regions, which we have done in Brazil, on its own initiative, within the limits of our resources. 
 
We believe that the partnership is the best way to gain synergy and to make feasible the energetic harmonization to the most important coralline regions, for the survival of corals and marine life in Brazil and in Earth.

Collaborate!, so we can in a joint effort save the corals and marine life of the impacts caused by Global Warming.

We are also interested in receiving information which might allow the identification and prioritization of regions that already have protection initiatives and conservation of corals and marine life.

You can also help us disseminating our site and the solution that we present through the means available to you, so that we can reach the most quantity of people attuned with the conservation of corals. Grateful for this help!.

Those who are interested in a partnership, please, contact us by email for exchange more information and analyse some project feasibility. 


Ricardo Haraguchi - email -
ricardo@coralsurvival.com.br
 

 



 

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