3,000 corals transplanted, restored and protected
Caudalie is joining forces with CORAL GUARDIAN through a programme that restores and protects coral reefs. In 2019, more than 3,000 corals will be transplanted, restored and protected in Indonesia (Hatamin site) thanks to this partnership.
Antigua and Barbuda
Raising awareness and educating people about preserving the marine ecosystem
Caudalie is supporting REEF WORLD and helping to implement a certification programme named Green Fins, aimed at stakeholders in the diving and snorkelling industry. This code of conduct developed by UN Environment promotes best practices among stakeholders who may damage the marine ecosystem. This programme has led to a quantifiable reduction in the threats and damage to coral reefs in the face of a growing threat level due to climate change and pollution from the land. It has been successfully implemented in Antigua and Barbuda through diving practice that respects the environment.
Raising awareness and mobilising citizens around beach pollution
Caudalie has chosen to support SURFRIDER FOUNDATION EUROPE in rolling out the Initiatives Océanes (Ocean Initiatives) programme. This environmental awareness-raising programme aims to improve citizens’ behaviour by bringing them face-to-face with the impact humans have on nature. It operates through aquatic waste-collection networks organised by volunteers on beaches, lakes, rivers and seabeds.