Ocean Restoration

Protecting our Oceans

"No water, no life. No blue, no green."

- Sylvia Earle

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Why is this Cause Important?

  • The ocean is home to up to 80% of all life on earth.
  • Coral reefs are one of the most important marine ecosystems. Without them, the marine food web and the whole ocean would be in danger.
  • However, scientists say that nearly all coral reefs will disappear over the next 20 years as a result of warming ocean waters due to the climate crisis, ocean acidity, and pollution.

CarbonEthics is a not-for-profit organization that aims to decelerate the climate crisis through climate education and coastal conservation. They strongly believe in a community-based conservation model - placing Indonesian coastal communities at the heart of their conservation work. 

Their work includes conservation of coral reefs and blue carbon ecosystems, and protection of clean oceans.


Purposeful Objectives
Education

CarbonEthics believes that without awareness and education, people wouldn’t understand why they need to live a more sustainable lifestyle for our earth and our oceans. Through their education work, they have reached and impacted more than 100,000 people around the world.

Action

CarbonEthics makes it possible for people to take action by supporting their conservation work, and joining inspiring eco trips in order to have firsthand experience in planting trees and corals.

Community

When you conserve with CarbonEthics, you are not only creating positive environmental change, you are advancing social impact by directly enhancing the livelihoods of their coastal community partners.

How does that work?

When you join our coral crowdfunding, CarbonEthics coastal partners will transplant baby corals for you in the ocean, where they will grow strong to serve as protection and home to other marine creatures.

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Even though corals don't have a high rate of CO2 sequestration, they are essential to guarantee coastal protection and marine conservation. They are known as 'rainforests of the sea' because they are home to almost 25% of all known marine species. They are also natural coastal protectors because they can minimize wave impacts from storms.

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