Living shorelines restoration Workshop sep 2021
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation
Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation

Living Shorelines: Green Engineering Methods for Coral Reef Rehabilitation

We will build the first pilot reef with rrreefs´ easy-to-handle 3D-printed stackable brick system. The bricks can be assembled in an infinite number of compositions, creating large reefs with customizable shapes, adapted to the natural environment and water flow conditions.

Without action, up to 95% of corals worldwide are expected to be dead by 2050

Coral reefs are one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth! By now we have lost more than 40% of the global coral reef system worldwide due to overfishing, coastal development, sedimentation, marine-based pollution, and climate change. Coral reefs provide a habitat for more than 25% of marine life, and reef structures protect coastlines from damaging storms and erosion, absorbing up to 97% of wave energy. In less than 30 years, more than 90% of all corals in the world could be dead (IPCC). When the coral cover dies, the reef often loses its three-dimensional framework, leaving coastlines vulnerable and local communities without food and income.

About the workshop

In partnership with rrreefs and Corales de Paz´s allies, we will build the first pilot reef with our easy-to-handle 3D-printed stackable brick system made from clay in this workshop. The bricks can be assembled in an infinite number of compositions, creating large reefs with customizable shapes, adapted to the natural environment and water flow conditions. We will showcase the feasibility of construction and customization with a subsequent multi-year monitoring program. This new approach of passive, structure-based reef regeneration will be combined with proven active reef restoration approaches such as coral fragmentation, gardening, and transplantation techniques perfected by Corales de Paz.

Become part of the team! A group of 12 international participants, 4 supervisors from rrreefs & Corales de Paz, and local expert lecturers

When & where?10.09.-20.09.2021 in San Andrés, Colombia
What?10-day intensive full-time 100 hours hands-on and in-water
practical workshop (incl. 14 SCUBA dives)
Who can
participate?
We look for 12 participants who are passionate about marine
life and coral protection, and have a recognized diving license
(>25 dives)
When to apply?Deadline: 15. July 2021
What are the costs?1.700€ for students / 1.800€ for non-students* (incl.
accommodation, 3 meals per day, all dives + equipment,
transportation to & from the airport)

*For local rates, please get in touch

More information needed?

You can find more information in our flyer y brochure!

THE APPLICATION IS OPEN UNTIL 15th JULY 2021!

Are you interested? Join our workshop team and submit your application using this link!

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Fechas

10 – 20 Sep 2021

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