The Coral Triangle contains 75 percent of all known coral species, shelters 40 percent of the world’s reef fish species and provides for millions of people.
It’s one of the world’s great marine nurseries, and the Conservancy is supporting the Coral Triangle Initiative — a trailblazing effort launched by local governments to advance conservation throughout the region — to help the region keep growing. Learn more.
We are helping an Indonesian village become a safe haven for the endangered green sea turtle.
Scientists are diving in the coral reefs of Raja Ampat right now, looking for new ways of saving the region's exotic marine life. Follow their blog posts!
Learn more as natives to Pere village in Papua New Guinea talk about traditional ways of their tribe.
Get to know the people and communities in the Coral Triangle who rely on and protect the region’s extraordinary natural resources.
A Snapshot of Life (and Celebration) in the Solomon Islands
View a slideshow showing the difference between healthy and unhealthy coral and what makes some coral resilient.
An overview of why sea turtles are important and how the Conservancy is working to protect them around the world.
The Titan people have been fishing the same reefs for over 40,000 years, and now for the first time ever they are running out of fish.
Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, the Hawksbill turtle swam through the southern oceans. But now, overfishing has brought the Hawksbill to the very brink of extinction.