CORAL REEFS’ SURVIVAL, FACING THE BLEACHING THREAT
Welcome to the Coral Reefs’ Survival’s website !
The scientific community is extensively researching the causes which have already destroyed 25% of the corals on the planet.
Their studies indicate the probable corals’ extinction by the year 2050 with serious consequences to the marine life and to everyone who live in coastal regions.
We believe that the delay and neglect of how people are dealing with the global climate changing will cause the coral extinction, threatening marine biodiversity and the very existence of the human beings on Planet Earth.
We introduce here a solution which harmonizes and creates an energetically balanced environment, able to protect the corals from the harmful global climate change’s effects and to improve their resistance’s, tolerance’s and resilience’s ability.
The sooner this solution on a large scale is implemented the better are the chances to avoid the corals’ extinction. This gives the society and governments more time to act with measures to halt and reverse global climate imbalance.
My life's purpose is to help the Earth’s healing.
I’ve being using, for several years, skills and personal gifts to harmonize business and residential environments, turning them into healthier and more favorable for all living beings. Read more on environmental harmonization.
Starting a new step, we developed the marine environment harmonization, since January 2009, so that we can help preserving the coral and marine life. More details on historical and harmonizations.
To continue this work at the speed required for the corals on the planet, we are looking for partnerships with biologists, oceanographers and organizations that may collaborate and combine efforts to protect corals from the bleaching threat, especially in your regions of operation (MPAs).
Learn how to collaborate on the topic solution.
Only the partnership with individuals and organizations concerned with the corals and marine life preservation (especially in MPAs) will allow to spread this solution all over the Planet.
In short, any help is welcome and we are thankful to everyone who may join us to cooperate for corals’ survival.