Our coalition is not limited to these organizations, we have the support of professionals who collaborate on our activities and projects to develop concrete plans. We are extremely grateful that they have accepted the proposal by CRES Puerto Rico (CRESpr.org), and we hope to continue growing and winning allies along the way.
ARRECIFES PRO CIUDAD, INC.
The Isla Verde Reef Marine Reserve is a community effort that arises from the residents and users of the area in the effort to protect this beautiful natural resource. The initiative began in 2005 and in 2009 the Committee for the designation of the Marine Reserve was formalized and thus we were collecting endorsement signatures, participating in environmental events, making the idea known with presentations, creating a list of species that we were going identifying, studying the experience of other Marine Protected Areas until obtaining with the help of the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources and the Legislature the designation of Marine Reserve on September 26, 2012 Law # 274.
More information in: www.arrecifeislaverde.com
The Pterois Project is a collaborative effort that uses best practices to generate, collect, analyze, and disseminate information on the genus Pterois as an invasive species in the Caribbean, the Tropical Western Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico, carrying out field activities and establishing links with groups that have contact with Pterois.
More information in: www.ms-my.facebook.com/pg/ProyectoPterois/posts/
C.E.S.A.M. "La Sociedad Ambiente Marino"
As its student chapter, its vision is to raise awareness among Puerto Rican citizens about the conservation of our marine, coastal and terrestrial ecosystems. We focus on monitoring the state of the island's northern and eastern coral reefs, including Culebra. We also focus on conserving our coasts by conducting underwater collections and cleanups. "
S.A.M. "SOCIEDAD AMBIENTE MARINO"
Its purpose is to guide, educate and raise awareness through conferences, forums and symposia on the conservation of our marine resources. Coastal cleanups. Monitor fish and coral populations for the restoration of their habitats. Establish Marine Reserves.
More information in: www.sampr.org
FORD Company - "Fondos Ambientales FORD"
Since its establishment in 2001, the Ford Environmental Donation program has contributed more than $ 1.7 million to hundreds of environmental projects in Central America and the Caribbean. million dollars to hundreds of environmental projects in Central America and Car CRESpr.org was chosen as one of the FORD 2019 Environmental Donation Winners, by the "Bucaré Urban Garden Project (BUG), under the category of Food Security, Water Conservation and Wildlife.
More information in: www.me.ford.com/en/omn/about/environment/overview/
G.C.R.A.-"Global Coral Reef Alliance"
GCRA is a global coalition of volunteer scientists, divers, environmentalists, and other individuals and organizations, committed to the preservation of coral reefs. We focus primarily on coral reef restoration and cutting-edge research on the impacts of coral bleaching, global warming, marine diseases, sea level rise, and coral pollution.
GCRA scientists work with community groups, environmental organizations, foundations, governments, or private companies to build, restore, and maintain coral reefs, nurseries, and marine sanctuaries.
GCRA projects include restoring coral reefs and marine habitats for mariculture, tourism and coastal protection.
GCRA invented and developed Mineral Accretion Technology ™ and the Biorock ™ method of electrical restoration of coral reefs and marine ecosystems, the HotSpot ™ method to correctly predict coral bleaching from satellite sea surface temperatures and management nutrient integrated from across the basin and coastal zone (now commonly referred to as Ridge to Reef, or Hilltop to Ocean).
Founded in 1990, GCRA is the direct heir to a pioneering tradition of coral reef research that dates back to the 1920s, and has the world's largest collection of coral reef photographs from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960.
More information in: www.globalcoral.org/
This is a purely Puerto Rican company, entirely managed by personnel with innovative and fresh ideas, multidisciplinary in the environmental and agricultural areas. It is a corporation managed by trained professionals, with vast experience in the environmental field and created for the development of sustainable systems in water, bio-solids and vegetative materials, treatments, using the recycling and reuse of these resources, as well as the operation of these utilities. "
More information in: www.taispr.com
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB DE PUERTO RICO
Offer children and youth hope for a better future and opportunities for them to develop to their full potential. "
Boys and Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico provides children and youth with:
• A positive and safe place to learn and grow
• Ongoing relationship with dedicated professional adults committed to youth development
• Programs that help improve lifestyle and character-building experiences
• Hope and opportunities
More information in: www.bgcpr.org