Corals grow in the shallow waters around a small island in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. 

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Australian social scientist and reef researcher Joshua Cinner looks for “bright spots,” or reefs that are doing better than expected, to glean lessons for building resilience in the world's reefs, which are suffering from bleaching events.

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Corals grow in the shallow waters around a small island in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. 

 

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Tane Sinclair-Taylor 

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