Coral Reefs mortality is predicted to increase by 90% in 2030 and increase by 100% in 2050
The world’s coral reefs could be wiped out by 2050 unless urgent action is taken to stop threats posed to the “rainforests of the sea” by everything from overfishing to climate change. According to the report, which follows on from an earlier study on the health of the world’s coral reefs, more than 90 percent of reefs will be threatened by 2030 and nearly all reefs will be at risk by 2050
Biorock garden is an effort to restore coral reef rehabilitation with Biorock technology so that coral reefs are formed faster, stronger, and healthier in the face of threats from humans and climate change. Each baby coral will be nurtured by the gardener team in the nursery area for two months, then ready to be installed into the Biorock garden. Every day the gardener team will take care of the baby coral by cleaning up disturbing algae, and hunting for coral predators. In between diving activities, the gardener team also educated the surrounding community about the importance of conservation and always invited to participate. Within 3-5 years Biorock garden will usually grow well into a healthy ecosystem. However, it can take decades for coral reefs to recover as before. So that long-term assistance and commitment is indeed needed to save coral reefs so that the community and their children can smile and live well.