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Coral Vita

Grows climate change resilient corals up to 50x faster to restore dying reefs

October 2020
Gallery Coral Vita 1
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Coral Vita’s land-based farms integrate new methods developed by our advisors to accelerate coral growth up to 50x (microfragmenting) while enhancing their resiliency to warming and acidifying oceans (assisted evolution).

One billion people and a quarter of all marine life depend on coral reefs, but half of the global reefs are dead and over 90% are on track to die by 2050. The solution consists of a land-based farm capable of potentially supplying an entire nation’s reefs with sufficient capital investment. Coral Vita innovative form of high-tech coral farming supports a for-profit business model to sustain large-scale restoration. Given reefs’ tremendous value, the technology favours the transition of the restoration space into a commercial industry. Implemented restoration projects directly benefit communities by sustaining biodiversity, increasing fish stocks, protecting shorelines from storm surges, boosting tourism, and creating jobs.

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Label Date October 30, 2020
From Bahamas
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility

The environmental benefits

  • Growing corals up to 50x faster than natural rates
  • Improving the state of natural ecosystems - 25% of marine life depends on reefs.

The Financial benefits

  • Stakeholders that depend on the tourism, fisheries, and coastal protection value of reefs can continue benefiting can obtain more impactful and affordable restoration through Coral Vita's solution.

Activity Region

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North america


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Coral Vita

Coral Vita grows resilient corals up to 50x faster to restore dying reefs. 2021 Revive Our Oceans Earthshot Prize winner

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Headquarters HC5P+23 Freeport, The Bahamas
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