GCRA: 25 years of cutting-edge coral reef research and restoration

January 22 2016, St. Georges, Grenada.

The Global Coral Reef Alliance was founded 25 years ago as a global voluntary network to do cutting edge research and development on reversing the threats to coral reefs and developing new methods to restore coral reefs, fisheries, mangroves, sea grass, salt …



GCRA develops new projects in around 10 countries every year, but since we are constantly busy we never have time to keep the web page up to date, so it may seem we are up to nothing! Here is a list of some major projects done in 2015.


Indonesia continued to have most Biorock

Rogeliano Solis, In Memoriam: Panama Indigenous Environmental Leader

In Memorial

Rogeliano Solis

February 19 2014

Guna Environmental Leader


Rogge Solis

It is with the deepest sadness that the Global Coral Reef Alliance announces the death of Rogeliano Solis, the brilliant Guna Indian marine biologist and environmental leader from Panama. As Environmental Advisor to

Effects Of Rising Seawater Temperature On Coral Reefs

Effects Of Rising Seawater Temperature On Coral Reefs
Thomas J. Goreau, Global Coral Reef Alliance, Cambridge, MA, and Raymond L. Hayes, Howard University, Washington, DC

Abnormally high temperatures trigger physical, chemical, and biological changes in the oceans that affect coral …