The Conservancy is helping the Micronesia Challenge go further by supplying the scientific know-how and conservation creativity needed to develop new environmental approaches. Play a role in making a difference for lands and waters in places like Palau, Pohnpei and Guam.
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A day on the job with a coral reef scientist in Palau.
In July 2016, the Nature Conservancy and the University of Guam conducted a 3-week coral monitoring expedition in the atolls of Chuuk and Kuop in Micronesia. With 19 scientists studying 75 sites, it was the most extensive coral monitoring survey ever conducted in Micronesia. The large amount of collected data will help direct local and regional conservation to ensure coral reefs recover and thrive. At the same time, the information will guide management of local fisheries that support local communities’ livelihoods.
With stunning landscapes, beautiful under-water images, and interviews with key leaders from communities and the government, watch this introduction to the Micronesia Challenge.
Discover how partnerships with conservation groups such as The Nature Conservancy have made Palau a leader in conservation both regionally and globally.