Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Coral Vita Board Director Seth Teicher To Speak At Social Innovation Summit


Coral restoration company Coral Vita says its climate tech tech grows new reefs 50 times faster than in nature while boosting their resilience against climate change, to restore reefs in the most effective way possible.

The company’s Board Director Seth Teicher will be a featured speaker next month at the Social Innovation Summit in Los Angeles, California.

Coral reefs are one of the most vital ecosystems on earth but they’re dying, taking marine species with them and leaving coastal communities vulnerable to both storms and economic decline from losses of tourism, fishing and even potential lifesaving medications that might one day be discovered there.

In recent decades, half the earth’s coral reefs have been lost. Without intervention, 90% of the world’s reefs will die by 2050.

Coral Vita is working to stop global reef degradation and revive the world’s coral reefs by growing and transplanting reefs into oceans worldwide.

The company was founded by environmental entrepreneurs with a mission to preserve the ocean’s coral reefs. Find out more about them at coralvita.co.

(Featured image credit: Coral Vita via Facebook)

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