Indonesia: Biorock Coral Reef Conservation by Fredrik Naumann

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A healthy part of a coral reef on the North coast of Bali, with lots of fish. Coral growth and marine life has made Tulamben a popular  tourist destiantion for divers. In turn creating business opportunities and jobs for locals who often used to practice destructive fishing methods.  The corals which are highly sensitive to environmental changes have faced adverse fishing methods as well as increased water temperatures. Scientists predict that more than haft the world's coral reefs may be gone by the year 2030 due to global warming and other threats..