Approximately 50% of coral reefs around the world have bleached over the past three decades. This biodiverse species faces a true threat of extinction with the rise of global warming, and GVI’s work in Mexico directly contributes not only to studies in replicating and protecting surviving species, but also looks at longer term preservation and education strategies, in aid of protecting the species on a larger scale. Working with an international team, you will undergo extensive training, designed to improve your skills and further your knowledge of the marine ecosystem. This program also provides a fine balance between theoretical and practical learning, giving you a “hands on” experience, which will be of great benefit not only from a professional development point of view, but a

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