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Healthy coral reefs are good for tourism – and tourism can be good for reefs

Image: The Nature Conservancy/Ami Vitale

Robert Brumbaugh

Director of Ocean Planning & Protection, The Nature Conservancy

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Divers monitoring coral reefs in ocean waters off Kofiau island. Kofiau is part of the Raja Ampat Islands of Indonesia, located in the Coral Triangle, an area containing what may be the richest variety of marine species and corals in the world. Image: The Nature Conservancy/Jeff Yonover

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