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2017 THE DEC 1- 3 STARFISH SUMMIT AMPLIFYING INTEGRITY IN THE POST-TRUTH AGE THE STARFISH SUMMIT A professional development program for trasnformational leaders BY ORI BRAFMAN &
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The UN Environment Programme estimates that their total economic value ranges from $100,000–600,000 per km2 per year.1 © Romy Chevallier, 2016 © Romy Chevallier, 2016 Healthy coral reef systems in Indonesia support abundant marine life 2 SAIIA POLICY INSIGHTS 46 Yet despite their importance, coral reefs are among the most endangered habitats on the planet.2 Recent studies indicate that at least 50% of reef-building corals in South-East Asia, Australia, the Western Pacific, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean have disappeared over the past 30 years as a result of diseases and coral bleaching,3 driven by elevated sea surface temperatures.4 At the current rates of sea temperature rise, oceans will become too warm for coral reefs by 2050, resulting in the loss of the world’s most biologically diverse marine ecosystem.5 At the same time, ocean acidification is expected to slow the ability of corals to bounce back from disturbances such as bleaching events, cyclones and crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks, further hastening their decline.6,7 The extinction risk of coral reefs is further exacerbated by local-scale human disturbances such as sedimentation, coral mining, agricultural and urban runoff, damaging fishing practices,8 unregulated tourism and the introduction of invasive species.
In this research, we also revisit previously profiled Starfish Retention Solutions, recently acquired by Hobsons, which positions it to leverage data across the spectrum K-20 and more to improve student recruitment, enrollment, engagement, and retention.