Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico - On August 30, an "unprecedented breakthrough" in restoring the rapidly disappearing coral from our warming oceans was confirmed at Puerto Vallarta's Technological Institute (IT) in Nayarit. It is thanks to the team of UN consultant Leonard Sonnenschein, president of the World Aquarium and its Conservation for the Oceans Foundation.
Coral reefs are essential to life on the planet because they host 85% of the marine nurseries of many fish and are the basis of tourism for many countries.
At the end of the presentation, the excited group committed to taking steps toward implementing this treatment throughout Banderas Bay by building platforms in 5 key locations to restore ecotourism and fish populations within a year.
The same day, Sonnenschein got word from government and university representatives of Australia, Jamaica, and Hawaii. They are now in discussion about restoring the coral and fisheries of their stunning Great Barrier Reef, Montego Bay and Hawaii's beaches.
Leonard Sonnenschein explained: "our Natural Nutrient Technology counteracts the negative affects of our warmer oceans, especially the El Niño, and brings back the plankton that feeds the whales and schools of fish, which then restores tourism. The plankton, in turn, transforms CO2 to oxygen, Mother Earth's lungs, more than our rain forests, which cools Her."
So this is awesome news for Vallarta's whales and tourism, and the world's youth.
Click HERE for a pdf download of the Coral reef and fisheries restoration study at Punta de Mita, Nayarit, Mexico. To learn more about the tests and the science, visit cfto.org, or contact Leonard Sonnenschein at info(at)worldaquarium.org, or call him in St Louis at (314) 609-2798.Snow-Riders.org or NAOTF.org.