Thanks to the construction of unique artificial reefs, dedicated to the rehabilitation of coral reefs in damaged areas, we make possible the return of lost biodiversity in this environment.
The reef-building corals are real carbon sink, giving the project a global scale, allowing the reduction of the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide present.
The project is organized in three phases. First preliminary study that evaluates the state of the area determines the positioning of the area of rehabilitation and its environmental impact. Then comes the phase of design, manufacture and disposal of structures and finally the monitoring of the biodiversity over five years.
The project’s success depends on several factors:
Artificial reefs are designed with the collaboration of our marine biologists, architects, engineers and designers, optimized for the development of biodiversity. Artificial reefs are colonized by pioneer species, providing an alternate environment to greater biodiversity. These are places where juveniles can better protect themselves against predators.