REEFS GO LIVE 2024 EPISODE 4 on WORLD OCEAN DAY: Corals in a Changing Climate

07jun10:00 am10:40 amREEFS GO LIVE 2024 EPISODE 4 on WORLD OCEAN DAY: Corals in a Changing Climate

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(Friday) 10:00 am - 10:40 am

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Register to attend in person: https://donate.reefresearch.org/WOD2024

Camana Bay Cinema (Virtual registrations also available)

As we look around us, the impacts of climate change are ever-present and increasing in severity, with 2023 being the hottest year on record. This broadcast takes a deep dive with CCMI’s researchers into how climate change affects our oceans and coral reefs, the impacts of last year’s increased water temperatures on Little Cayman’s reefs, how CCMI is working towards helping corals to survive these pressures, and how you can help too.

Reefs Go Live expands and enriches informal science learning in Cayman and offers new resources for teachers locally and globally. CCMI has a vision of a world with vibrant oceans and healthy coral reefs. To make this vision a reality we undertake cutting edge, impactful research and transform this research into conservation and education initiatives that bridge the gap between knowledge and action. Reefs Go Live has transformed the way CCMI teaches about ocean literacy and as a result, we are transforming how children learn and engage in ocean science.

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The 2024 season of live episodes concludes with our final broadcast on June 7, which can be attended virtually or in-person at the Camana Bay Cinema. Both options are FREE and open to the public; school groups are encouraged to attend at the Cinema.

Register to attend in person: https://donate.reefresearch.org/WOD2024.

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