We made it our top mission to restore the coral reefs and create a healthy ecosystem in the surrounding waters and we are doing so by these following activities:
Clams: The Ocean Cleaner, Current Threats and Conservation Efforts
Clams are one of the mollusks in the bivalve class that are often found in coral reef ecosystems. They have...
Roles of Herbivorous Fishes in Restoring Damaged Coral Reef Ecosystem
Herbivorous fish have an important role in limiting the growth and dominance of algae, providing opportunities for coral recruitment to grow.
Combating Waste Problems in Anambas Villages
Educating the local communities to manage their waste responsibly and keeping the ocean clean.
Trash Talk: How Circular Economy Reduces Plastic Waste and Elevates Communities in Anambas
Circular economy is the opposite of the traditional linear economy (take-make-dispose) in which we utilize resources for as long as possible, extract their maximum values while they are usable and recover and regenerate when they reach their end life.
Why Wearing Sunscreen is Harmful to Marine Ecosystem
Healthy coral reefs are valuable natural resources that should be protected and utilised properly
Six Things to Know Before Going on a Beach Holiday
Indonesia, a nation with thousands of islands, is popular for its beach destinations and resorts.