ADB's project on Knowledge Management for the Coral Triangle Initiative (KM4CTI) aims to strengthen regional policy dialogue and coordination among CT6 stakeholders.
An overview of the Coral Triangle Initiative and why it is crucial to protect and sustain the world's most important fishery and marine resource.
Can we afford not to invest in the Coral Triangle? Investing in the Coral Triangle means investing in the plans of actions of six countries and the region - a plan focused on conserving coral reefs, sustainable fisheries, and climate change adaptation. For more information, contact the Regional Secretariat at www.coraltriangleinitiative.org.
WWF's video on the CTI discusses why the need for regional cooperation and a brief history of the six-country program.
Marvel at the diversity of life in the Coral Triangle in this video produced by WWF.
Video produced to celebrate the 1st Coral Triangle Day
ADB is working with national television broadcasters from five Coral Triangle nations -- Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Timor Leste -- to raise the public's awareness about the importance of protecting this irreplaceable natural treasure.
Marine protected areas (MPAs) and marine reserves are one way to help the sea replenish its resources. With a growing food security challenge, community members and local leaders in the Philippines speak about the importance of MPAs. Goal 3 of the Regional Plan of Action aims to establish and effectively manage MPAs.
David McCauley, Asian Development Bank and Paul Marshall from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority talk about the importance of the Coral Triangle and the pressures facing the region. This video talks about the importance of working together towards a common position to take to the 2009 Copenhagen climate negotiations. Video Produced for GEF IW:LEARN by The 20/20 Group
This video by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) discusses the impact of sea temperature rise to the coral reefs in the Coral Triangle.
Watch the Coral Triangle Initiative video presented at the CTI side-event at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, "Rio+20". It was held on 21 June 2012. To get more details about the side event, visit www.uncsd2012.org/index.php?page=view&type=1000&nr=454&menu=126. The Rio+20 conference was held on 20-22 Jun 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.