Species Extinction

Sea Of Change

Worldwide
  • Main problem:
    Species Extinction, climate change and loss of marine habitats
  • Subproblem:
    Ocean pollution, global warming and destruction of marine ecosystems
  • Consequence:
    Loss of biodiversity
  • Solution:
    Support of projects that actively protect animals and marine habitats

The Sea of Change Foundation

Globally, marine species including sharks, marine mammals, sea turtles and the largest fishes are facing increasing threats from climate change, pollution, overfishing, and habitat loss. Scientists have found a strong link between large body size and extinction threat in our oceans today. The Sea of Change Foundation is working to support projects that actively protect such marine animals for future generations. Sea of Change looks for industry related charities to partner with. With Sea Of Change, 100% of all money goes directly to marine education and conservation around the world to ensure others can enjoy the sea and its wonders as much our board members do. Sea Of Change is dedicated to marine conservation around the globe. Last year one of our big projects was funding remote cameras in Palau to help keep the new ‘Shark Park’ free of fishing and poaching. This year, we have started out with a bang funding the Cayman Islands Coral Nursery Program. Sea Of Change funded the trees, training and collection of corals to regrow the elk horn and stag horn corals that have been devastated in the Cayman Islands. With our help, Cayman will be the corner stone of creating new horn coral gardens in the entire Caribbean.

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