The Largest Mangrove Restoration Project in the United States
In our latest newsletter, we’re highlighting updates from Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Mexico – including a 695-acre mangrove restoration project.
Restoration of the “Matita redonda” key in Salinas
Our BRI work in Salinas, Puerto Rico at Mata Redonda was featured on Telemundo Puerto Rico Digital.
Making an Impact at IMPAC5
IMPAC5 just concluded in Vancouver, Canada – bringing together 2,000 practitioners to advance our common goal of transboundary coastal and ocean restoration.
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Coral, Caribbean, and celebrations! Dive into our most recent Winter 2023 newsletter.
Saving a Small Mangrove Island
Check out the most recent updates from our Blue Resilience Initiative, including our work in Jobos Bay and Cuba.
Key Takeaways From Our Newest Annual Report: Our Initiatives
Read a few of our key conservation initiatives highlights from our latest annual report.
Blue carbon will be the next frontier of carbon crediting
BRI Program Officer Ben Scheelk was quoted in GreenBiz’s article about the financial and holistic benefits of blue carbon.
Climate Anxiety: The New Uncertainty Haunting Our Next Generation
Climate anxiety is very real. How we address it will be key in motivating future generations to not give up on the future of their planet.
Cutting carbon: Benefits must flow to communities, not just businesses, panellists say
BRI Program Officer Ben Scheelk was quoted in The Business Times’ article about the impact of offset projects on communities.
Committing to a Better Future: Why the Our Ocean Conference Makes Me Reevaluate a Vivid Childhood Memory
Established EHS thought leader Jessica Sarnowski discusses childhood memories of the ocean and the world’s ocean commitments at the Our Ocean Conference.
Breaking Ground on Expanded Restoration
Check out our most recent newsletter updates from our Blue Resilience Initiative, including our work in Jobos Bay, Vieques, St. Kitt’s, and Xcalak.
Looking Back to Move Forward: 2022 UN Ocean Conference
After the 2022 UN Ocean Conference, we hope to see continued progress toward ensuring the voices of those with the power to make change, and those who are most affected by climate change and ocean destruction, are heard.