Bay Area man uses 3D printer for good in hopes of restoring coral reefs impacted by climate change

OAKLAND, Calif. — A Bay Area design technologist is using 3D printing and calcium carbonate to help restore coral reefs and marine biodiversity that has been impacted by climate change.

Coral reefs are currently threatened by pollution, overfishing, and climate change.

According to SECORE International, fifty-percent of the world’s coral reefs have died in the past three decades. Ninety-percent of coral reefs could die within the next century.

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