Marine Protection Prize Award
MCC is one of the 3 winners of the worldwide Marine Protection Prize created by the National Geographic Society.
"Conservation doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive; often the simplest solutions offer the most effective outcomes. Giving nature a break from anthropogenic stresses is all that is needed to allow nature to do what it does best, self-restoration. As a species, we need to reassess our priorities and remove ourselves from the consumer lifestyles we have adopted and return to a more balanced approach where we give nature the respect it so desperately needs." 
Ben Fogle: New Lives in The Wild
Discover Ben Fogle's visit on Koh Seh
Looking at this video will give you an idea of the life on our Island, and you will get to know a little more about Paul and his family!
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Reference Documents on Artificial Reefs

Can artificial reefs mimic natural reef communities?
Artificial reefs and fisheries exploitation:
Guidelines for the Placement of Artificial Reefs
Marine protected areas and artificial reefs
Office of National Marine Sanctuaries Science Review of Artificial Reefs
Understanding the Ecology of Artificial Reefs
Assessment of construction or placement of artificial reefs
Designing artificial reefs and cities - the shared principles
Reef Ball, Artificial Reef Guide
Artificial Reef/Acanthasia model substrate for coral reef
Artificial Reef/Underwater Heritage
Artificial Reef/UW cultural heritage
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Volunteering with MCC will give you the opportunity to have a visible impact and participate real conservation projects. After your training, you will help us look for the rare Irrawaddy dolphin, you will try to find the well-hidden seahorse, you will help us build and deploy anti-trawling structures, you will let your own mark on MCC.
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