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Coral Vita Wins Earthshot Prize 2021

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA – From the shores of Grand Bahama, to the world, a non-profit growing coral at record speeds has received the first ever Earthshot prize – considered the most prestigious global environment prize in history.

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FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA – From the shores of Grand Bahama, to the world, a non-profit growing coral at record speeds has received the first ever Earthshot Prize – considered the most prestigious global environment prize in history.

 



Each of the five winners of the Earthshot Prize received one-million-pounds in prize money, and access to a global network to help scale their efforts.

Our News interviewed Coral Vita’s Chief Reef Officer, Sam Teicher back in July, as he explained what the organization has been doing to save the dead and dying reefs of The Bahamas and the world.

The Revive Our Oceans Prize was awarded to the most outstanding effort to meet the challenge to repair and preserve our oceans for future generations by 2030. That winner was Coral Vita.

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