To target young audiences, Professor Kika Clearwater has her own page on MySpace that includes for links to international awareness campaigns about coral reefs and the environment in general. The campaign also engages community volunteers in several hands-on environmental activities throughout the island. Public support and community involvement have been an essential component of the CRI. One of the programs focuses on increasing public awareness of coral reef ecosystems and their relation to Guam’s watersheds through innovative environmental education and outreach efforts.
In June 2009, GCMP funded and produced "Clubhouse 12: A Kid's Show about the Enviroment." The series lasted 12 episodes on PBS Guam.
Preserve, and a host of fun-filled family events. One of the most notable accomplishments of the GCMP was through the efforts of former Administrator Michael Ham. Guam has taken a leadership role and has contributed significant language and direction in the development of the United States Coral Reef Initiative, the U.S. Coral Reef Initiative National Strategy, the International Coral Reef Initiative Call to Action and Framework for Action, and the Pacific Region Coral Reef Initiative Work Program, All Islands Coral Reef Committee. GCMP has played a major role in Guam’s development, including assistance in the areas of flood control, water quality and supply, recreation and related projects. Furthermore, the mission and accomplishments of GCMP have closely reflected the needs and wants of our growing, changing island, and has been in the forefront of community development while working not only to protect, but to preserve our fragile environment.