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The objective of the work already completed and carried out over 18 months is to determine the feasibility of coral reef and seagrass recovery strategies.
According to official sources in Trinidad and Tobago, the coral and seagrass restoration project of the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA), MARIN, in collaboration with bpTT, has successfully completed its pilot phase and will now enter the main phase.
Based on the success of the project, bpTT has committed US$1 million in grant funding to support a five-year work programme with the IMA to further its restoration work across Tobago.
This will include working in partnership with NGOs, community groups, stakeholders and various government agencies.
The objective of the work already completed and carried out over 18 months is to determine the feasibility of coral reef and seagrass recovery strategies, taking into account their current ecological status, existing disturbances and management practices.