Issue Area: Coral Reef Conservation

St. Croix Aquarium and Marine Education Center

The St. Croix Aquarium and Marine Education Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to coral reef conservation education. It is a unique facility providing progressive educational opportunites. Each visitor to the facility receives a lecture/lesson in coral reef conservation. The aquarium also conducts environmental research. Animals at the facility are …

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Studio of the Sea

Studio of the Sea is a floating film production platform, based on the Sailing Vessel Infinity. Its aim is to produce films which expose the state of our oceanic planet, the plight of our coral reefs and the life of island cultures around the world. Studio of the Sea also …

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Summit Foundation

ABOUT THE SUMMIT FOUNDATIONSince 1991, The Summit Foundation has supported organizations working to improve our world and the quality of life for its inhabitants. Underlying this commitment to global sustainability are three core values that reflect our foundersÂ’ philosophy: * Shifting the Context. Achieving a sustainable and healthy future for …

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Surfrider Foundation Charleston Chapter

The Surfrider Foundation was established in Southern California in 1984 as a grass-roots coastal watch dog group, with primary emphases on water quality and beach/surf access. Since then, the organization has grown tremendously, with over 65 chapters domestically as well as on the continents of Europe, Asia, Australia and South …

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Surfrider Foundation Malibu Chapter

The Surfrider Foundation is a nonprofit organization working to preserve our oceans, waves and beaches.The Malibu Chapter represents the (approximately 31 mile) coastal environment from the Los Angeles and Ventura County line to Ballona Creek, including all inland cities.Our chapter mission is to provide the environmental voice for recreational ocean …

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Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County Chapter

The Surfrider Foundation is a grassroots, non-profit, environmental organization that works to protect our oceans, waves, and beaches. Founded in 1984, Surfrider Foundation’s most important coastal environmental work is carried out by Surfrider Foundation’s 60 chapters located along the East, West, Gulf, Puerto Rican, and Hawaiian coasts.The Surfrider Foundation is …

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Surfrider Foundation Rincon Chapter

Our goal is permanent protection against massive development for the coastal area beginning at Little Malibu and going past Domes by establishing a Natural Reserve.These areas have been continuously threatened by developments and will continue to be threatened if we don’t create a permanent solution.

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Surfrider Foundation San Luis Bay Chapter

Access Issues: the hottest one is Pedras Blancas land swap between Cal-trans, and the Hearst Corp. which threatens our access to Point San Simeon and beaches north of there. Beach Clean-ups, we hold monthly two hour beach clean-ups throughout the year, including, formally adopting Avila Beach as part of the …

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Surfrider Foundation Virginia Beach Chapter

The Surfrider Foundation – A non-profit grassroots organization that is dedicated to the protection of the world’s oceans, beaches, and waves through conservation, activism, research, and education.The Surfrider Foundation was established in Southern California in 1984 as a grass-roots coastal watch dog group, with primary emphases on water quality and …

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