Noble Caledonia, help repair the damaged reef and show real environmental stewardship

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In March 2017, the Caledonian Sky cruise ship ran aground in the protected waters of Raja Ampat National Marine Park in Indonesia, and destroyed a large section of prime reef.  Raja Ampat is considered the global epicenter of tropical marine bio-diversity and is referred to as The Crown Jewel of the Bird's Head Seascape -- this is serious damage to a very vulnerable area. Rather than negotiate a financial settlement, we ask Noble Caledonia to provide physical and financial support to repair the reef.  Noble Caledonia -- long a champion of the environment -- is asked to provide full support for an international reef specialist and his/her team to undertake a reef restoration project in collaboration with the local communities and Marine Park managers, including tracking growth over time.  If done properly, this could become a showcase for responsible environmental stewardship -- and repair the reef for the benefit of local communities.



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