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Changing the world - one coral at a time: Adopt a coral now!
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Supports our partner Coral Gardeners

With the adoption card you support our partner Coral Gardeners in the conservation of coral reefs.

Why corals?
Coral reefs are the second lunge of our planet, more than 25% of marine biodiversity directly depends on it.

However, coral reefs require immediate action:
50% have already been lost in the past 30 years (UNEP)
90% are threatened by 2050 (IPCC)

Donate directly or check out our GOT BAG X CORAL GARDENERS Collab Edition to support the 2022 reforestation program of our partner Coral Gardeners.


Who are the Coral Gardeners?

Coral Gardeners was founded in Mo’orea, the sister island of Tahiti, in French Polynesia.

In 2017, a small group of island kids witnessed the rapid degradation of their local reef and decided to act. They have grown into an international collective of advocates, scientists, engineers and creators determined to revolutionize ocean conservation. Since 2017, the team has expanded to more than 20 members, with a global movement of half a million people all committing to save the reefs. To date, Coral Gardeners has been able to plant over 15,700 corals around the island.

How do I adopt a coral and what happens next?

By purchasing a product of our COLLAB EDITION, you will automatically adopt a coral - a POCILLOPORA VERRUCOSA, which is one of the most iconic corals in Mo’orea’s reef. 

The Coral Gardeners have a specific method to grow and revive corals using resistant corals that will grow on a rope attached to a nursery table. Those corals “have proven to resist and survive extreme water temperatures and bleaching events.” The CG restoration team identified the resistant corals in the lagoon around their island during the last bleaching event. They can fragment about 10% of them to put on ropes. With your purchase, you will adopt a part of this coral, which will grow out on ropes until it is large enough to be transplanted onto the reef (this can take up to 1 ½ years). To fix the corals onto the reef, the team uses a mixture of marine cement and freshwater. The corals can grow over their cemented attachment point and fuse with the reef, hence reviving it. Throughout the process, you will be provided with updates.

Why does GOT BAG collaborate with Coral Gardners?

GOT BAG is partnering with French Polynesia based Coral Gardeners to create an even bigger impact. After collaborating for three years (the first was a coral planting promotion for Black Friday 2019), the two teams felt like manifesting their common spirit with a COLLAB EDITION of GOT BAGs showcasing the iconic Coral Gardeners logo. The collection consists of three pieces: ROLLTOP, ROLLTOP LITE and HIP BAG.

Why are corals so important?

Corals are the "rainforest" of the oceans. The second lung of our planet, on which more than 25% of marine species directly depend. However, coral reefs are dying at an alarming rate - as much as 50% have already been lost in the past 30 years (UNEP). The decline could reach up to 90% by 2050 if global warming is limited to an increase of 1.5°C, according to the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Report.

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By using recycled PET, we made the commitment to utilize an eco-friendly alternative to new plastic in our yarn production. The total amount of Ocean Impact Plastic we have collected already is documented with our Berlin-based start-up partner 'Cleanhub' – it is shown live via the tracker on our website.

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Providing environmentally and socially compatible products is not enough for us. We also organize training sessions on waste separation for the local community on Java, to create a collective awareness about plastic pollution. GOT BAG also helps to support the establishment of a waste infrastructure in rural areas. In the long term, we hope to persuade the local government to rethink the way it operates Indonesia’s waste management system.

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