Amidst the spiky volcanic mountains and sandy beach islands of Moorea, a group of young individuals have joined hands to work on a project to make a difference. It is already been a year and Titouan and his friends from Moorea have already empowered thousands by conserving and restoring the Corals. Not just that, since most of them are surfers and divers, they are also organizing tours for everyone. Here’s a small peep into their story.
Titouan is a 19-year-old underwater photographer, surfer and a free-diver based out of Moorea and ever since he was a kid, oceans were something which fascinated him. Having said that, he couldn’t witness the plight of the coral deforestation due to pollution, global warming and most importantly, plastic waste. So, he and his friends started an initiative called the Moorea Coral Gardeners and over the last one year, they have successfully planted 500 corals and have also conducted awareness workshops in many schools and colleges. Thanks to their efforts, even the folks from the National Geographic covered their interesting story.
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