REVITALIZE, RESTORE & PROTECT

MARINE ECOSYSTEMS THROUGH SCIENCE

Current Oceanic Challenges

Overfishing
Loss of Habitat 
Shoreline Protection
Dead Coral Reefs

50%  of the world's coral reefs have been lost in the last 30 years. We HAVE a solution. 

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Our SOLUTION

Reef Life Foundation’s artificial reef system, named IntelliReefs, acts as an enhanced substrate, specifically engineered to promote marine species biodiversity through site-specific material substrates called Oceanite.

Oceanite

Thriving reef systems demand a diverse set of habitat requirements, and the physical properties of regular cement substrates cannot accommodate these marine organism needs. Oceanite is a complex matrix of minerals, developed specifically for diverse coral growth and immediate integration with local eco-systems.

Intellireefs

IntelliReefs are bio-inspired marine structures made with Oceanite. They are formulated from twenty years of nano-materials expertise guided by leading coral laboratories.

Learn more about the benefits of IntelliReefs highlighted in our 2020 IntelliReef Scientific Report

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Reef Life Foundation supports coral science research globally as well as the divers planting corals. Every Purchase goes into the

Create Homes for Corals Campaign

100% of the purchase or donation goes to support coral reef conservation Beginning with The Nature Foundation SXM, St. Maarten island in the Caribbean,         Stay Tuned for next Reef Site!

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“Drastic changes must be made if we are to secure not only the future of the ocean and its inhabitants, but also subsequent generations of mankind.  The time has come to bring change to the ocean and to openly and honestly exhibit truly sustainable living for the future. Within the context of The Decade of Ocean Science,  said Ian Kellet, Global Project Bio-Tech Advisor for Reef Life

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