Bank Tabungan Negara (Bank BTN) support coral reef conservation through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program by funding a one-year reef restoration project in Nusa Dua. The project aims to restore damaged coral reefs by using sand-coated steel rod structures called Reef Stars. 710 coral fragments have been transplanted onto 55 Reef Stars and a BTN … Continue reading Bank BTN Support Coral Reef Conservation in Nusa Dua
Article by Arthur Masse and pictures by Agung Bayu On Friday the 29th of June, Nusa Dua Reef Foundation welcomes a group of around 40 people from the Postgraduate Program of Udayana University, Bali on Nusa Dua beach. This group included students in Environmental Sciences and Biology, lecturers and postgraduate office staffs, vice director and … Continue reading A Coral Transplantation with Postgraduate Udayana University
by Arthur Masse Planting coral on artificial reef structures in some areas needs to find the best source of coral fragments. Two solutions are set up here in our coral garden at Nusa Dua waters, Bali. The first one is collecting from cultivation in some coral farms, and the second one is from natural habitat … Continue reading WHERE DOES THE CORAL WE PLANT COME FROM?
Article by Arthur Masse Recent studies show that the world’s plastic production is not going to stop growing. From 1.5 million of tons in 1950, it reaches the critical number of 322 million of tons in 2015. Even if the increase is stabilized since 2012 (around 3.4% per year), the average year increase since 1950 … Continue reading Plastic Hurt Oceans But Not Only
Nusa Dua - PT Marsh Indonesia, in celebrating 35th anniversary the company, conducted a coral transplantation on spider’s artificial reef structure of Mars Accelerated Coral Reefs Rehabilitation System (MARRS). This activity has been done in conjunction to Corporate Training & Team Building 2018 at Taman Bhagawan, Nusa Dua Bali on March 4, 2018. Alistair Stewart … Continue reading Coral Transplantation in Celebrating 35th Anniversary of Marsh in Indonesia
Nusa Dua - Recently, together with stakeholders, we conducted coral transplantation on 60 spider’s artificial reefs structures donated by PT Angkasa Pura I, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport Bali, on Thursday (18/01/2018) in Coral Garden, Nusa Dua waters. This activity was attended by a number of parties such as representatives of PT Angkasa Pura … Continue reading Coral Transplantation, CSR Program of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero)
Nusa Dua - Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) conducted a coral transplantation as an effort to support the conservation of coastal and marine ecosystems in Bali. Coral transplantation was carried out at The Nusa Dua beach on Friday (15/12), involving staffs and volunteers. A number of foreign tourists who participated in watching this activity on … Continue reading Coral Transplantation with ITDC in Coral Garden, The Nusa Dua
The good progress of coral transplantation on 43 spider’s web structures at a pilot project of Coral Garden, Nusa Dua, Bali after a year. Some corals died, but the growth of live corals with its beautiful color prove that corals can grow well at the Garden. As a rehabilitation effort, Coral Garden needs to be … Continue reading SAVE OUR OCEAN!
Nusa Dua Reef Foundation initiated a coral rehabilitation project to restore degraded reefs around intertidal area of The Nusa Dua, located in Southeast coast of Bali Island. A massive coral mining in past decades has occurred, causing coral reefs disappear, while many corals recruitment has died as impact of mass coral bleaching event in 2016. … Continue reading Coral Transplantation to Saving Coral Reefs
The Nusa Dua Foundation initiate a crowdfuding campain, to get help from abroad to ensure its futurs projects. You can participate by going on the following website, click here >> https://ekosea.com/en/projet/189-programme-de-conservation-du-corail - You can choose a formula on the right side, with differents amonts and differents incentives. It's up to you ! - You … Continue reading Coral Conservation Program : The Ekosea Campain