The content is a summary of a research paper about the impacts of climate change on coral reefs and how governments and local communities can better manage these fragile ecosystems. The research highlights that coral reefs are highly sensitive to changes in water temperature and quality, with climate change causing rising sea temperatures and ocean acidification. These changes have devastating effects on coral reefs, leading to bleaching, disease outbreaks, and loss of biodiversity. The paper emphasizes the importance of implementing effective management strategies to mitigate these impacts, such as establishing marine protected areas, regulating fishing practices, and reducing pollution. It also emphasizes the need for collaboration between governments, local communities, and scientists to develop and implement these strategies, as well as educating and involving the public in conservation efforts. The paper concludes that urgent action is required to protect and restore coral reefs, as they play a crucial role in supporting marine biodiversity and providing livelihoods for millions of people worldwide.

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