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    Edit Title 1:KEVIN SPACEY IS
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    The life force of our ocean is under threat — how will we respond?

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    EditResult value:2 million
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    Lost coastal ecosystems
    Due to warmer and more acidic oceans, rising sea levels, overfishing and other threats, as many as 980,000 hectares of coastal ecosystems — an area larger than New York City — is destroyed each year. What’s worse, the 1-to-4-foot sea-level rise expected by 2100 will only intensify the storm surges and erosion ruining the planet’s coral reefs, shoreline forests and tidal wetlands. As these ecosystems are damaged and lost, island nations and coastal communities are most at risk.

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      Protectors under siege
      Coral reefs are vibrant metropolises under the sea, home to more than 25 percent of known marine species. They also help coastal communities resist storm surges: During major storm events, reefs act as protective shields for vulnerable shorelines. With the ocean continuing to absorb heat and human-generated carbon dioxide at such an alarming rate — and destructive fishing practices running rampant — virtually all coral reefs could be under threat in the next 30 years.

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        Human impact
        One out of every seven human beings on Earth lives in a low-lying coastal region, including approximately 500 million people who rely on food sourced from coral reefs. Each year, coral reefs create an estimated US$ 375 billion in tourism-related jobs, food, shoreline protection, even medicine. In the island waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste — a region known as the Coral Triangle — these valuable coastal waters provide a living for one-third of the people.

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        Guarding coastal ecosystems preserves the livelihoods of millions

        CI has made major strides in protecting coastal ecosystems in the tropics — and using the power of nature to help vulnerable coastal communities resist the effects of climate change. Working with governments and communities, we also work to reduce overfishing and destructive fishing practices that threaten local livelihoods and climate resilience.

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        EditImage Alt Text:Local fishermen launch their boat at Valu Beach in Nino Konis Santana National Park.
        EditCaption Title:The Coral Triangle Initiative
        EditCaption Description:The Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI) is an agreement forged between the governments of the Coral Triangle to work together to combat unsustainable fishing, rapid population growth and the effects of climate change.
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        EditImage Alt Text:Coral reef: hard corals, soft corals and tropical fish in Malaysia
        EditCaption Title:BLOG: Not Just a Rock: Why You Need Coral Reefs
        EditCaption Description:Six years ago, I attended the launch of the Kalabia Marine Conservation Education Program, a floating classroom that CI and our partners created in the Bird’s Head Seascape in eastern Indonesia. This area is home to the greatest coral diversity on the planet.
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        EditCaption Title:As Oceans Warm, Hazards and Hope for Coral Reefs
        EditCaption Description:Coral reefs in the Pacific and Indian oceans are showing early signs of suffering a mass bleaching event that was forecast earlier this year, experts say. But a remote strand of Pacific reefs represents an “experiment” in how coral reefs — among the largest and most biologically diverse living structures on Earth — can recover from widespread bleaching.
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        EditImage Alt Text:A scrawled filefish (Aluterus scriptus) pecks at a moon jelly (Aurelia aurita) above a healthy stand of elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) in shallow waters off Cuba’s Isle of Youth.
        EditCaption Title:‘One really sick reef’: To protect wildlife, Cuba faces tough challenges, choices
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          EditSection Title:INFOGRAPHIC: Coastal ecosystems, nature’s coast guard, under siege
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          Sea levels are rising due to climate change — bad news for the 1 billion people who live in low-lying coastal regions.

          Find out just how important coral reefs and mangrove forests are to helping curb climate change — and helping us adapt to it.

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          How can you help?

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          EditNewsletter Message:All around the world we are working to safeguard nature – dive in and join us. Sign up for our email list to receive regular updates about our efforts to protect coastal ecosystems.
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            EditTweet Text:Scarier than vampires? Oceans without coral? @iansomerhalder is #CoralReef #NatureIsSpeaking via @ConservationOrg
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