Coral Reef Alliance

Working with people around the world — from fishermen to government leaders, divers to scientists, Californians to Fijians — the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) protects coral reefs, one of our most valuable and threatened ecosystem. CORAL leads partnership-based conservation programs that reduce local threats to reefs and that can be replicated and scaled globally. They are also spearheading new scientific research into how coral reefs adapt to climate change and applying this new knowledge conservation. By combining on-the-ground conservation with cutting edge scientific research, CORAL is addressing the severe threats affecting coral reef ecosystems and the human communities they support.

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Grantee Organizations

 
 
Showing 121 - 144 out of 657 results
title programs year grants amount
Conservation International Environmental Conservation 2005 23 $139,774,156
Conservation Law Foundation Environmental Conservation 2009 8 $4,556,241
Conservation Strategy Fund Environmental Conservation 2003 8 $5,200,361
Conservation X Labs Science 2017 2 $1,689,219
Consultative Group on Biological Diversity Environmental Conservation 2001 4 $400,000
Consumer Reports Patient Care 2013 1 $583,000
Continuum Analytics Science 2016 1 $700,000
Convergence Health Consulting Patient Care 2006 1 $357,196
Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) Environmental Conservation 2009 2 $1,116,363
Coral Reef Alliance Environmental Conservation 2012 3 $3,970,634
Cornell University Science, Environmental Conservation 2003 4 $6,994,347
Council for the Advancement of Science Writing 2015 1 $90,000
Crop Trust (Friends of Global Crop Diversity Ltd.) Environmental Conservation 2006 1 $200,000
Cultural Survival (formerly Global Response) Environmental Conservation 2001 1 $120,000
CuriOdyssey San Francisco Bay Area 2015 1 $250,000
Dalhousie University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Science 2016 2 $443,121
Daughters of Charity Health Systems Patient Care 2007 2 $4,004,000
David Suzuki Foundation Environmental Conservation 2003 8 $3,305,990
Delta County School District No. 50J Patient Care 2015 1 $10,000
Derecho Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (Environment and Natural Resources Law) Environmental Conservation 2013 3 $2,647,500
Dignity Health Patient Care 2005 12 $7,781,343
Discern Health 0 0 $0
Dominican University of California Patient Care 2004 1 $953,021
Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation Patient Care 2017 1 $400,000
 
 

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