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Coastal Restoration Society
by Coastal Restoration Society (Non-governmental organization (NGO))
Coastal Restoration Society (CRS) is strategically positioned as a global leader in marine habitat restoration.

Our quick response team is capable of handling pollution spill emergencies in the most demanding marine environments. CRS offers deployment response times of less than 24 hours for assets and personnel within Canada, and 48 - 72 hours for international locations. Air, marine, and land-based operations ensure complete logistical coverage for any emergency.

Non-emergency maintenance rehabilitation services include marine habitat remediation, petroleum product pollution mitigation, and aquaculture site deconstruction.

CRS offers a full compliment of marine rehabilitation services to ensure that industry, Indigenous cultures, and coastal communities maintain balanced relationships between the ecology and sustainable economic growth.
Progress reports
01/2019
Improving habitat and humanity in traditional First Nations territorial lands.
Staff / Technical expertise
Advanced technical experience and expertise in demanding marine environments. Marine pollution and petroleum spill response.
Other, please specify
Global marine pollution and petroleum spill response.
Basic information
Time-frame: October 2018 - January 2050
Partners
Ahousaht First Nation, Hesquiaht First Nation, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, Clayoquot CleanUp, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, BC Parks, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Sitka Society for Conservation, Cermaq, Ocean Legacy Foundation
Ocean Basins
  • Global
Beneficiary countries
Canada
Other beneficaries
Contact information
Capt Josh Temple, Founder, josh@coastrestore.com, 2502661987
Tofino, British Columbia Canada
Other SDGs
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