Tag: corals

    In the United States, corals are printed on a 3D printer: this can save coral reefs

    The American company Objects and Ideograms has started printing corals from calcium carbonate on a 3D printer, Dezeen reports. This could save real coral reefs, 70% of which, according to the UN, are threatened with extinction (including due to global warming). Printed corals, like real ones, have a cylindrical shape and a porous surface. They […]

    Israeli environment minister says UAE oil deal poses an ecological risk

    An Israeli company’s deal with partners from the United Arab Emirates to transport oil from the Gulf to Europe through Israel poses ecological risks, Israel’s environment minister told Reuters on October 4 while visiting the Expo fair in Dubai. The Israeli government is assessing a request, which has outraged environmental advocates there, to substantially increase […]

    AD Ports Group, NYU Abu Dhabi advance coral relocation research efforts

    Building upon the highly successful Khalifa Port Coral Relocation project announced at the start of 2021, AD Ports Group, has made public its partnership with NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) for the creation of a research study on coral relocation, WAM reports. Spearheaded by Professor John A. Burt, Program Head of Environmental Studies and Associate Professor […]