the best it can be.” There were numerous talks every day of the three-day sail out of Miami, as well as performances, wellness activities, meetups, art showcases and more.
Halpern was one of the presenters and hosted a fascinating session with conservation-minded entrepreneurs. He delivered sobering statistics about the state of coral reefs today, explaining that “since the 1970s, half of the world’s reefs have already died.
And due to climate change, and other human impacts, it’s projected that over 90% of these ecosystems will be dead by 2050.”Halpern and his Coral Vita Co-founder Sam Teicher are determined to reverse that stat. “This is an existential crisis for the world,” Halpern told the concerned Summit audience. “But I’m not gonna leave you on the bad news, though, because there is something we can do to reverse this.Read more on success.com