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  • is hosting MARDay 2019 2019-02-13 12:46:48 -0600

    MesoAmerican Reef Anniversary 2019



    On June 5, 1997, the Presidents of Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras, and the Prime Minister of Belize met in Tulum, Mexico and signed an agreement known as the Tulum Declaration. This agreement promised to promote sustainable use of the reef system and promised to establish coordinated conservation efforts and cooperative programs and projects. In 2007, the leaders of these nations signed a renovation of the commitment to protect the MAR and to commemorate this agreement March 10th was declared the Mesoamerican Coral Reef System Day.

    The Mayan Reef Alliance, developed by our partners Restore Coral, is the integration of the latest assisted coral reproduction techniques and coral reef technology with a scalable market based solution that allows Academia, Civic Society, Private & Public Sectors to participate and collaborate on the coral restoration of the Mesoamerican Reef.

    By engaging these sectors through an Alliance for the purpose of mitigation, resilience and replanting corals we can achieve the following:

    • New stock of biodiverse Corals for the already naturally protected areas
    • Research and education of the best methods of replanting coral
    • Development of emerging technologies such as robotics and A.I for the landscaping of marine ecosystems on an industrial scale
    • A Coral resilience program that includes cryogenization and coral genomes R&D with the goal of ocean geo-engineering
    • The spread of this coral farming knowledge around the world
    • Participation of universities and students for coral restoration in professional practices
    • Local communities participating in the construction of coral farms and artificial coral reefs
    • The creation of cooperatives responsible for taking drivers to underwater farms
    • An educational and transformations experience for tourists 


    50% of the Meso American Reef is located in Mexico, receiving over 15 million visitors every year. With the new Mayan Train, this number will grow by several million people more. Restore Coral is paving the way for a shift from traditional tourism to sustainability tourism in order to protect the 2nd largest coral reef system of the planet.


    Get your tickets here

    ORDER OF EVENTS FOR MAR DAY (MesoAmerican Reef Day)

    From Monday 4th to Sunday 10th of March:
    - Virtual reef, installations & educational experience on the main plaza for the Kids

    March, Friday 8th
    - Radio Tulum (Love For Tulum Documentary on all the NGO ́s working on the 2030 agenda).
    - 5 minute presentations (Guests).
    - Networking
    - Tech Demonstration Alliance
    - Package deals

    March, Saturday 9th
    - Bring the kids
    - Engage community Diving certification (koox, PADI green)
    - Learn how to clean coral Impact investment (private room discussion) Aqua man showing
    - Free diving lessons Hedoné gathering

    March Sunday 10th
    - MAR Day. Spend time in the reef
    - Diving and Snorkeling at Cozumel
    FINALE Dinner Dance


    March 08, 2019 at 6pm - March 10, 2019 at 6pm
    MesoAmerican Reef Anniversary 2019
    Tulum Km 45 Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Zona Costera Tulum
    Tulum, Quintana Roo 77780
    Google map and directions

  • Desafío "Viaja, Disfruta y Respeta"

    February 12, 2018
    Contact: Contact Restore Coral





  • published Ciencia 2017-11-02 16:49:19 -0600

  • published Innovación social 2017-09-03 09:54:07 -0500

  • published Laboratorio de investigación in Restauración 2017-08-30 18:00:19 -0500

  • published Restauración 2017-08-29 12:31:10 -0500

  • published Home 2017-08-29 11:41:02 -0500

  • published Conoce al equipo in Nosotros 2017-08-29 00:11:16 -0500

  • published Nosotros 2017-08-29 00:09:32 -0500

  • published Involúcrate 2016-07-11 07:40:59 -0500

  • published Adopta un coral 2016-07-11 07:34:32 -0500

  • published Proyectos 2016-07-10 22:04:36 -0500

  • ¿Cómo se alimentan los corales?



    Los pólipos de los corales formadores de arrecifes tienen una relación simbiótica con ciertas algas unicelulares, llamadas zooxantelas. Esta relación beneficia tanto a las algas como al coral. Las zooxantelas viven dentro de los tejidos del coral y capturan la energía del sol a través de la fotosíntesis, proporcionando así los alimentos para el coral. Hasta el 90% de los nutrientes que obtiene un coral ocurre de esta forma. A cambio, el coral les proporciona protección, acceso a la luz solar y los nutrientes del plancton que es capturado por los pólipos.

    Al igual que las medusas y las anémonas, los pólipos de coral también tienen tentáculos urticantes que utilizan para atrapar comida. Los corales se alimentan principalmente de noche, extendiendo los tentáculos en el agua corriente para atrapar el plancton, las pequeñas partículas de alimentos e incluso a veces peces muy pequeños.

  • published Quiénes somos 2016-06-30 14:24:06 -0500

  • published Colaboradores in Nosotros 2016-06-30 11:39:27 -0500