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As coverage declined, this had impacts on the species that are supported by coral. The biodiversity of reefs was found to have declined by 63%, while the abundance of fish species fell by 60%. Those experiments showed that heat-adapted corals can thrive in new environments and could be an important source of reef regeneration. Thousands of people joined the celebrations in London, lining the streets to catch a glimpse of the new King and Queen The King is a dedicated champion of nature in our country. He spearheaded efforts to move to more environmentally friendly farming techniques and through his Prince’s Foundation has sought to highlight how education can foster responsible stewardship towards the planet and the natural environment. However, the efficacy of these steps varies, and so the researchers have called for a global effort to combat the mix of issues that affect coral reefs.

Steps are being taken to protect coral reefs, with efforts to restore them through transplanted corals grown elsewhere, or to artificially cool them with pumps. King’s Series of National Nature Reserves’ to be launched, with first to be declared in LincolnshireLisburn& Castlereagh City Council will mark the Coronation of King Charles III with a programme of events for the local community. In other words, it will depend on good reef management and whether humanity can get a handle on climate change. Given the scale of bleaching globally, it’s a brave prediction – let’s hope he’s right. Why are coral reefs so threatened by the climate crisis?

The England Coast Path renamed the ‘King Charles III England Coast Path’ leaving a lasting legacy to be enjoyed by walkers around the entire English coastline. The King Charles III England Coast Path will be a 2,700 mile long National Trail around the whole of the English coast, passing through some of our finest countryside and some of England’s most stunning, dynamic, and internationally famous coastal scenery. Natural England has worked in partnership with local access authorities to open 794 miles of the route so far and the trail will be fully walkable by the end of 2024 – connecting communities from Northumberland to Cumbria via Cornwall; One place to look would be the Gulf of Aqaba in the northern Red Sea. Due to a quirk of geology, the corals there have evolved adapted to harsh hot conditions, with the result that they are not simply heat-tolerant, they thrive better as the water heats, growing faster. Karine Kleinhaus, an associate professor at Stony Brook University, New York, says: “Most corals struggle to survive temperatures just 1C above the summer maximum, but Aqaba corals are super-thermally resilient, even in acidic waters, and cope with temperatures 6C – even 7C – hotter.” They’re not alternative livelihoods, because nobody’s going to fully give up fishing. But can we provide them with alternatives for when there’s a fisheries closure to protect the reef, so they can still provide food and an income for their families,” says Madhavi Colton, the director of the Coral Reef Alliance. “We’re building resilience in the human community and that translates to resilience in the coral reef community as well.” The Coronation Ceremony of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey will be livestreamed on the screen in Market Square, Lisburn. Please come along and watch this historic moment with friends, family and neighbours. The best horse to have been trained in Australia, he dominated their domestic racing for three seasons. In 1932 he was sent to America, and contested the prestigious Caliente Handicap in Mexico. Another win, another record, but soon afterwards he died from poisoning. His heart is preserved in the Australian National Museum.Coral exists in a mutually beneficial relationship with zooxanthellae algae, which live inside the coral’s polyps. The algae use the coral’s waste products and provide the nutrients to feed them both through photosynthesis. Higher sea temperatures force the coral to expel the colourful algae and, if this process is prolonged, the coral starves.

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