Posted on 18 May 2023
Six human-centred stories share challenges met and progress made over 15 years
to protect and restore the epicentre of the world's marine biodiversity - the Coral Triangle.
The Coral Triangle is the beating heart of our planet’s marine biodiversity, home to more
coral species than anywhere else on Earth.
For the past 15 years, WWF has been working through the Coral Triangle Programme (WWF CTP) and offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and the Pacific to protect and restore the Coral Triangle so it can continue to provide for people and nature.
This report aims to tell the story of WWF's Coral Triangle Programme through the experiences of people who have given their valuable time, talent and resources to bring solutions to challenges in marine conservation and resource management.
Centred around six stories of human endeavour and collective action, our wish is to share with you the sense of awe, inspiration and hope that we’ve gained from working with our colleagues and partners – notably the indigenous peoples and local communities of the Coral Triangle – to whom this report is dedicated.
Join us as we look back on the past 15 years of conservation efforts in the Coral Triangle, with special focus on several positive developments currently underway.