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Saving Roatan: A Climate of Change Viewing of The Documentary May 2023

World Premiere of the Documentary about black Coral Inc creating economic opportunity through green tech and educational tourism for the Students of Boston Public Schools and the saving of Island resources and creation of green opportunities for indigenous people of the Island of Roatan, Honduras!

Saving Roatan: A Climate of Change Viewing of  The Documentary May 2023
Saving Roatan: A Climate of Change Viewing of  The Documentary May 2023

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About the event

Located near the Meso-American Great Barrier Reef, the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean Sea (second largest worldwide after Australia's Great Barrier Reef), Roatán has become an important cruise ship,  and eco-tourism destination in Honduras. Tourism is its most important economic sector, though fishing is also an important source of income for islanders where historically they grew their own food with ease and lived in a tropical paradise the rest of the world wants to package and sell. So the Islanders are faced with encroaching capitalism and loss of irreplaceable habitats and ways of life. Black coral was asked to help them find a balance between the two worlds so that all parties win! 

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