I pledge to protect Guam’s natural environment. I pledge that I will not feed fish or other marine life, harass sea creatures, or litter. I will not touch, break, or stand on corals. I promise to encourage others to respect Guam’s coral reefs. In honor of the CHamoru people, I pledge to care for this island and its coral reefs for future generations.
The U.S. All Islands Coral Reef Committee posted a blog by Bureau of Statistics and Plans Coral Reef Resilience Coordinator, Whitney Hoot, on the 4th Guam Coral Reef Symposium March 27, 2018. Read the blog hereabout how scientists and managers work together to protect our coral reefs!
KUAM news highlighed the Bureau of Statistics and Plans' efforts to reduce impacts of tourism on Guam's coral reefs. National Coral Reef Management Fellow Mallory Morgan shared information with the Guam Hotel and Restaraunt Assoication about coral reefs and their value to our local economy. Check out the clip here!
The All Islands Committee (AIC) Blog is intended to share news and interesting information related to coral reefs and coral-related people, places, and projects in the U.S. and Freely Associated States: American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Florida, Guam, Hawai’i, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.