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WHO WE ARE

The Coral Restoration Consortium (CRC) is a community of practice comprised of scientists, managers, coral restoration practitioners, and educators dedicated to enabling coral reef ecosystems to survive the 21st century and beyond.

 

The CRC’s mission is to foster collaboration and technology transfer among participants, and to facilitate scientific and practical ingenuity to demonstrate that restoration can achieve meaningful results at scales relevant to reefs in their roles of protecting coastlines, supporting fisheries, and serving as economic engines for coastal communities. 

OUR PRIORITIES

1

Restoration

Efficiency

4

Population

 Genetics

2

Larval-based Restoration

5

Standard Terms and Metrics

3

Holistic

Approaches

6

Capacity

Building

"Collaboration and communication among scientists and
practitioners is essential to test methods in various conditions
and regions, and to disseminate the results rapidly.
"

CRC Leadership Team, 2020

DO YOU WANT TO HELP GUIDE THE CRC?

We are now taking applications for the CRC Steering Committee and for three CRC Working Group Chairs.

 

Applications will be reviewed in January/February 2022 and elections held in accordance with the CRC Governance document.

 

For more information and to apply, follow these links: 

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