Environment

New Report Spotlights Reef Damage

A new report by sister company Simularity reveals the correlation of chlorophyll to human activity and resulting reef damage in the South China Sea. A free pdf version of the report with higher resolution imagery and active hyperlinks can be accessed from our archive when you subscribe on our mailing list here.

New Report Targets Raw Sewage Damage In Spratlys

A new report by Simularity’s South China Sea Rapid Alert Platform puts the spotlight on how raw sewage from ships occupying the Spratlys is causing serious damage to the coral and fish ecosystem. Future reports are planned by the Simularity Foundation, and will address regions and issues identified by our sponsors. Consider donating today. You …

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