Countries Agree To Protect One-Third Of All Coral Reefs
Eco Friendly Daily
JANUARY 17, 2014
The countries agreeing to and impacted by the project include Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New guinea, East Timor, the Solomon Islands and the Philippines. This week at the World Oceans Conference in Indonesia, numerous countries made an agreement to protect coral reefs. The countries are agreeing to protect coral reefs, reduce pollution, stop over fishing and help coastal communities. The coral reefs included in the so called Coral Triangle account for a third of the world’s coral reefs.