Another day, another adventure!
We had the pleasure to spend a great time with locals kids of the Kul Kul Connexion & Green School planting corals in the island of Bali.
Planting corals benefits to the environment as they improve life under the surface providing habitats for diverse marine lives and protecting against coastline erosion.
Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world.
They are a seafood buffet sustaining complicated communities of predators, prey and plants ranging from microscopic zooxanthellae to people at the top of the food chain.
Coral reefs prevent coastal erosion by slowing down pounding waves. If they are healthy, reefs can maintain growth despite the beating they take; if not, they erode and wave action increasingly erodes the shoreline and damages properties. A strong, healthy reef also removes the necessity of building expensive, artificial breakwaters.
A fun and sustainable initiative.