OUR MISSION

Coralive is dedicated to protect and restore healthy oceans around the world. Our work includes restoring coral reef and coastal ecosystems, managing Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), conducting long-term environmental monitoring, creating livelihood solutions for coastal communities, and pairing all efforts with tailored environmental education programs. In each of our projects, we collaborate with local stakeholders from grassroot organizations to the private sector and governmental bodies so in colaboration we can achieve long-lasting results. We recognize the value of passing on knowledge and experience to activate communities and empower the next generation to invest in a sustainable future.
Marine Research Center
  • Spawning & Rearing lab
  • Microfragmenting coral husbandry
  • 3D printing facility & wetlab

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Updates from our Coral Research in the Seychelles

May 15, 2022 07:00:00

After months of meticulous work on Fregate Island, Seychelles, our 1 year-long coral restoration experiment comes to an end. Partnering on this project with Blancpain Ocean Commitment, we knew that Mineral Accretion Technology (MAT) would support the growth, health and survival of transplanted coral fragments.

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Coral Nursery at Soneva Fushi in the making

Mar 10, 2022 08:00:00

We have been busy initiating our latest project here in the Maldives. Located on the stunning island of Soneva Fushi in the Baa Atoll, we’ve partnered with Soneva and Ark2030 to build what will be one of the largest coral nurseries in the world powered by mineral accretion technology (MAT).

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Soneva and Coralive embark on Project to Launch One of the World’s Largest Coral Nurseries

Oct 29, 2021 10:00:00

October 27, 2021. Soneva has launched an ambitious programme to restore coral reef systems and create a coral hub for the Maldives. A partnership between the Soneva Foundation, the Swiss environmental organisation Coralive and the global ecosystem restoration organisation Ark2030, the project aims to protect and regenerate this vital marine habitat

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