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Surveying coral reefs in Malaysian Marine Parks

Surveying coral reefs in Malaysian Marine Parks Gerald Goeden As part of an effort to help protect and restore coral reefs in Malaysia, Fizzy Transition is collaborating with the Marine Parks Division of the Department of Fisheries Malaysia. We participate in surveying the quality of coral reefs in existing and potential Marine Parks. In this …

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ECO2Reef Systems. Enhancing Natural Carbon Sinks

ECO2Reef Systems. Enhancing Natural Carbon Sinks Anne-Mette Jørgensen & Gerald Goeden ECO2Reef Systems are designed to mimic natural marine ecosystems and store large amounts of carbon. By developing NEW Blue Carbon ecosystems like corals, mangroves, seagrass meadows and seaweeds in places where there is now only sand or mud, we can increase biodiversity and at …

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Natural Carbon Sequestration – Blue Carbon Solution

Natural Carbon Sequestration Blue Carbon Solution Would you like to know more about our initiatives? Feel free to contact us Schakel JavaScript in je browser in om dit formulier in te vullen.Naam *E-mail *SEND Address   Leonard Springerlaan 35   9727KB Groningen The Netherlands info@fizzytransition.com   © 2021 Fizzy Transition Ventures B.V.

Coral nursery in Perhentian Kecil – East Malaysia

Coral nursery in Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia Fizzy Transition Ventures runs an experimental Coral nursery at Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia to grow new corals for the restoration of damaged coral reef. This is where we also test our improved artificial reef materials. Operated in conjunction with the Department of Marine Parks Malaysia and supported by the Alunan …

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Stored CO2 are a great source of renewable energy

We wanted to assist natural recovery of coral reefs destroyed by “dynamite fishing” and the 2004 Tsunami More than 10 years after the destruction there had been no useful natural recolonization in this area and the substrate was too unstable to allow successful transplanting using popular methods. To overcome these problems, we developed “Coral Stars” …

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